Selena Gomez Known for her work as an actress on shows like Wizards of Waverly Place and her career as a successful singer, Selena Gomez has become a household name. While singing and acting are what she’s most known for, Gomez has also had a successful career in fashion. Whether in collaborations or on her own line, here is a rundown on all her stylish collections.
4. Dream Out Loud (2010-2014)
In 2010, Gomez was only 17 and the lead of a hit Disney Channel show, Wizards of Waverly Place, when she started working on her first collection. Dream Out Loud was released in Kmart in August of 2010. Gomez worked with designers Tony Melillo and Sandra Campos. The clothes were inspired by the feminine and girly outfits the Disney star was known to wear. The clothing line included floral dresses, swimwear, mini skirts, jackets, scarves, jewelry, and a large arrange of tops.
Dream Out Loud even had a spring collection dedicated to Gomez’s supportive fans; the collection had clothes with her fandom’s name, ‘Selenators’, printed on the apparel. The actress told Teen Vogue in 2012, “I wanted to make a line that was versatile, but that looked adorable and a little expensive.”
3. Adidas Neo Collection (2014-2015)
In 2012, it was announced that Gomez would be collaborating with Adidas on a few collections. Most of the clothing was mainly sportswear like crop tops, leggings, sport bras, sweatpants, and track jackets. The collection was inspired by Gomez’s real life glamorous and cool style.
“The black jumpsuit I’m wearing is definitely one of them. I was just talking about going to dinner after this, and all I have to do is throw on a black heel and a leather jacket. It’s so comfortable, and I can dance in it—like, literally do dance rehearsals. I also love the camo jacket. It’s super comfortable and legitimately warm. The worst is when you buy a jacket that’s super cute but doesn’t fend off the cold at all—it serves no purpose!”, the singer told Teen Vogue about the collection.
2. Coach (2016-2018)
After being named brand ambassador for Coach in 2016, Gomez officially collaborated with the brand on her own line shortly there after. With the help of Coach Creative Director, Stuart Vevers, she created a line filled with sleek apparel like sweaters, hoodies, and slip dresses, accessories and — of course — stylish bags. There was even a secret message in some of the pieces that said “Not perfect, Always me.”
“I feel like when I met the team at Coach there was this shift, they’re constantly evolving and changing, yet still classic. When I came in it was really great because I was able to bring in my thoughts on the situation, on this bag specifically and all my accessories. It happened really organically. I think they wanted a different perspective on my generation and I feel like I’m really connected with my fans, and all of my friends, so I just worked like that.” Gomez told Elle in2017.
1. Puma (2017-2021)
The pop singer has released multiple collections with Puma since 2017. Each collection has their differences, but they all focus on comfort and accessibility. Most of her collections sold from $30 to $120. The collections aim at being effortlessly chic and versatile enough for all of their customers to find something they love.