Thalia, Prince Royce, Jennifer Lopez & More Latin Artists With Clothing Lines

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Thalia Sodi poses at the Macy's One Year Anniversary of the Thalia Sodi Collection on March 8, 2016 in New York City. 

Prince Royce recently ventured into the fashion world by partnering with Ecko to curate a signature limited-edition collection for the brand. From casual wear to formal apparel, the bachata singer's line includes sweatpants, hoodies, jeans and suits.

Royce joins other Latin musicians like Jennifer Lopez, who in 2011 launched a collection for department store Kohl's, and Thalía, whose Thalia Sodi clothing line is available at Macy's.

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Below, find other Latin acts who have given the fashion world a go:

Thalía: The Mexican singer debuted her Thalía Sodi collection line at Macy's in 2015. Her colorful and eye-catching print pieces include casual blouses, jeans and formal dresses. Her collection also includes jewelry and shoes.

 

Selena Gomez: The "Hands to Myself" singer launched her limited-edition line Dream Out Loud for K-Mart juniors in 2009 that included apparel and jewelry. In 2015, Gomez partnered with Adidas Neo to release her collection of sportswear with jogging suits, sports bras and sweaters. 

 

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Jennifer Lopez: The multi-hyphenate artist debuted her Kohl's collection back in 2011. Her line includes women's apparel, bedding and home decor. 

Carlos Santana: Carlos by Carlos Santana, launched by the Mexican musician in 2000, includes shoes, hats, apparel and jewelry.

 

Paulina Rubio: In 2013, the "Chica Dorada (Golden Girl)" launched her collection of shoes and handbags on JustFab.com. Her unique designs featured more than 10 different styles. 

Prince Royce: Royce, whose Ecko collection will launch this upcoming holiday season, told Billboard that his designs represent him as an artist and as a person. "I wanted to make sure that the clothes represented me ... clothes that I feel good in when going to the airport, playing basketball and/or even wear onstage."