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These are the MiC cast members who have landed the biggest fashion brand deals

Toff just released a collection with Shein

Made in Chelsea cast members are used to promoting fashion brands on their Instagrams, but a select few have gone one step further and been able to create their own fashion collections with high profile brands.

Millie Mackintosh, Louise Thompson and many others have created collections with brands such as In The Style and Shein.

Since 2012 the most popular Made in Chelsea girls have managed to turn their fame into money by collaborating with certain brands and this year alone two of them have created collections with two massive fast fashion brands.

These are the Made in Chelsea cast members who bagged big deals with fashion brands:


Toff is the latest Made in Chelsea cast member to have a fashion collection. She’s collaborated with TikTok’s favourite brand Shein on a 28 piece collection.

It features co-ords, skirts, dresses and tops. Toff has been working with Shein for the last year promoting the products on her Instagram, but this is first proper collection with them.

Toff first appeared on Made in Chelsea in 2014 and has since gone onto win I’m A Celebrity and become a published fiction author.



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Binky created collections with In The Style since 2015 and worked with the brand for a number of years. She created designs year round and was one of the first celebrities to launch a collection with the brand.

At Christmas she created a “Your grotto or mine” and in the summer she would design wrap dresses and jumpsuits. However she has not worked with the brand for a while.

Since then In The Style has worked with Billie Faiers, Stacey Solomon and Saffron Barker.

Louise Thompson


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Ngl this is a pretty big deal, Louise collaborated with Kate Hudson’s athletic wear brand Fabletics all the way back in 2017.

Each month she selected a number of her favourite pieces from the brand’s new range, she would also posts videos of herself working out in the gear.

Louise hasn’t worked with the brand for a while as she’s been busy creating her own gym wear range called Pocket Sport.

And that’s not the only big deal Louise has had over the years. In 2012 she created a collection with Goddiva of 37 pieces that ranged from £27 to £60.

Zara McDermott


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Next up is Zara McDermott who has followed in her boyfriend’s sister steps by working on an activewear line.

Zara announced her gym wear collection with Missguided earlier this year and more recently she’s released a summer line with the brand that has 55 items.

It includes bikinis, shorts and dresses, with prices ranging from £6.40 to £35.

Steph Pratt


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God remember the time Steph Pratt was on Made in Chelsea? Feels like a lifetime ago. Thanks to her appearance on the show she managed to get a collaboration with formal dress brand Goddiva a few years after Louise.

She created a number of heavily sequinned dresses and jumpsuits that are actually still available to buy on the site.

They range from £19 to £95 if you’re into wearing a ball gown.

Millie Mackintosh


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After she left Made in Chelsea Millie launched her own brand however it closed after four years due to money issues.

More recently however she’s back in the fashion world doing a collaboration collection with Pitusa.

Millie created a number of boho inspired dresses for the US brand that ranged from £46 to £153. The collection also included baby clothes, scrunchies and bags.

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