Can it really be only days ago that anticipation for the launch of Beyoncé’s Ivy Park athleisure line was reaching a fever pitch? The astute business woman is not alone in recognizing that star power and design flair can lure women into buying activewear. So what if you never get around to working out? You’ll look cute doing everything else.

Take a peek at the list of celebs who have ventured into designing workout clothes. Elle pulled together this compendium.

Ivy Park, a joint 50-50 venture with Topshop’s Sir Philip Green, is a powerful demonstration of Beyoncé’s fierce commitment to valuing strength above beauty. Here is powerful style that’s up to meeting the challenge of the most strenuous workout. The ultra-cool collection is now available at Topshop and Nordstrom.

Model Heidi Klum started a collaboration with New Balance in 2010 based on the premise that women want activewear that is stylish, comfortable and hip. The price runs between $32 and $168. Selena Gomez introduced her first collection for the Adidas NEO label in 2013 and continued as a guest designer through 2015. The teen-oriented line, which was priced between $25 and $85, is no longer available. Adidas followed up in 2014 asking Rita Ora to revisit the design of their classic tracksuits. The singer’s Adidas collaboration will extend through 2017. Cost is between $50 and $90.

Actress and TV host Brooke Burke-Charvet created Caelum in 2013 so that fashionable women could move from their fitness routines to the rest of their day in style without a wardrobe change. Her line is priced under $100.

Actress Kate Hudson co-founded her Fabletics sportswear line with Just Fab in 2013 to give all women with all body types hip styles and quality at reasonable prices under $100.

Singer Carrie Underwood offers a workout line that encourages women to stay on the path of pursing an active lifestyle. Dick’s Sporting Goods began carrying Underwood’s Calia designs that cost between $30 and $105 in 2015.

Kohl‘s has sold out Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell’s athleisure line for juniors that was priced between $24 and $48. Her Fit to Wander line personified her philosophy of embracing all that life offers.

Adding activewear in 2015 to her Macy’s line seemed like a natural for Jessica Simpson. She believes her styles must be cute and versatile as well as functional for workouts. The prices run between $24 and $59.

Toss a blazer over workout clothes from the Jules by Julianne Hough collection, and you’re on the way to a business meeting with no one the wiser that you’ll be heading for a workout after. These designs from dancer Julianne Hough are available from under $60 at MPG Sport.

This month Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo rolled out her revamped Juicy Couture tracksuit inspired by the ‘70s roller skate and skateboard culture.

Reality star Whitney Port will introduce her line Whitney Eve at Target in September. Ballet touches, feminine and soft pink are the bywords for activewear priced between $20 and $50.

Abs and gluts never looked better. See all the details at Elle’s Celebrity Athleisure Collections.