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The 10 Best & Most Famous Celebrity Curated Subscription Boxes

Celebrities love to expand their influence to different ventures. That’s why we have celebrity skincare brands, clothing lines, and even liquor endeavors. Years ago, celebrity subscription boxes were all the hype, and your favorite A-stars jumped on the trend left and right. Not all of them survived the hype, but some of these celebrity-curated subscription boxes proved to be more than a star-studded name and found their spot in the subscription box hall of fame. 

If you’re a celebrity fanatic and want to get on the latest celeb-curated subscription box, this list is for you! 

The Best and (Most Famous) Celebrity Curated Subscription Boxes Worth Trying Out

1. The Honest Box - Jessica Alba

Honest Diapers Bundle

Back in the day, The Honest Box was a subscription that sent monthly household cleaning and personal care items straight to your doorstep. Following Alba’s philosophy for clean and environmentally-friendly products, the box was highly successful. Fast-forward to today, The Honest Company no longer ships household items. Instead, they shifted their attention to a particular product – diapers. 

The Honest Diaper Subscription ships parents premium diapers and wipes in a bundle subscription. Parents get to choose the size, prints, and printed wipes they want to receive every month. It’s a great subscription box for new parents who want to simplify their diaper shopping schedule. 

The Cost: $79.95 per bundle (one month supply that includes 7 diaper packs, 4 wipes packs)

Check out our Honest Diapers Bundle details and reviews to learn more. 

2. Savage x Fenty – Rihanna

Sultry black lingerie from the NSFW subscription Savage X Fenty.

Image from our review.

Whenever Rihanna does something, the world listens. The singer and businesswoman has grown an empire with a net worth of $1.7 billion. Her Savage X Fenty subscription box is more than a lingerie line. The subscription or membership program sends exclusive limited-edition lingerie sets, discounts, and anything from sleepwear to bralettes. New pieces are added to their size-and-skin-tone-inclusive catalog monthly, which features a wide array of options, comfy everyday underwear to super sexy specialty lingerie, and more. There is a wide range of styles, colors, and skintone-matching hues available. Bra sizes range from 30A-44DDD, and undies and other apparel run from XS to 3X.

The Cost: $49.95 per month, applied as a credit to use toward exclusive sets and deals.

Check out our Savage X Fenty details and reviews to learn more. 

3. CURATEUR – Rachel Zoe

curateur fall 2021 box and poncho, candle, and other items around it

Style maven, celebrity stylist, and designer Rachel Zoe is no stranger to the world of subscription boxes. In 2018, she had Box Of Style By The Zoe Report. Now it has evolved to become CURATEUR. This quarterly subscription box gets you 5 statement staples that every fashionista must have in their life with a overall value estimated at $400 per box. The box pairs fashion, beauty, and lifestyle items curated by Rachel Zoe herself. 

The Cost: $99 per quarter

ACTIVE DEAL: Use code SPRING25 to save $25 off your first box

Check out our CURATEUR details and reviews to learn more. 

4. Foodstirs – Sarah Michelle Gellar

Maybe the name Sarah Michelle Gellar doesn’t ring a bell to you. How about Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Yes! The Buffy actress has a baking subscription box designed to help families create memories in the kitchen. Every two months, Foodstirs subscribers receive a box with everything they need to learn basic baking skills. From the ingredients to the molds and recipes, you’ll receive themed baking challenges every month that is so easy to do, the whole family can participate. 

The Cost: $34.98 every other month

Check out our Foodstirs details and reviews to learn more. 

5. Fabletics – Kate Hudson

Did you know that Fabletics is backed by Kate Hudson? More than a subscription box, this is an entry to Hudson’s active-lifestyle brand designed with every body in mind. Every month you receive high-performance fitness wear, coupons for healthy meal kit services, and anything you’ll need to make the most of your active lifestyle. Fabletics is one of the brands that offer premium quality activewear at amazing prices, and this subscription box makes it even more affordable. 

The Cost: $50 per month

Check out our Fabletics details and reviews to learn more.

6. Marley & Spoon – Martha Stewart

In all seriousness, there’s nothing Martha Stewart can’t do. As the TV chef of a generation, Stewart had to jump on the subscription box craze, so she created Marley & Spoon. Her subscription box delivers pre-portioned ingredients with Martha’s most delicious recipes, so you can (finally) cook like Martha Stewart from home! You get to choose from dozens of recipes, delivery schedules, and more to get your chef hat on and maybe start your Martha Stewart-inspired YouTube channel?

The Cost: $60 per week

ACTIVE DEAL: $100 Off For Your First 4 Boxes (40/20/20/20). No coupon needed - just use this link.

Check out our Marley & Spoon details and reviews to learn more.

7. JustFab – Kimora Lee Simmons

Is it possible to say this was one of the OG subscription boxes? JustFab by Kimora Lee Simmons dates back to 2010! Back then, these were membership-based programs that gave you access to new arrivals every month. Your membership fee is applied to your monthly purchases, so you save on your picks. JustFab has every pair of shoes you can think of, and VIP members can get some of the latest styles for as little as $10!

The Cost: $39.95 per month

ACTIVE DEAL: Get your first pair of shoes for $10! No coupon needed - just use this link.

Check out our JustFab details and reviews to learn more. 

8. Be Kind by Ellen – Ellen DeGeneres

Be Kind by Ellen

Talk show legend Ellen DeGeneres is always looking for ways to give back and connect with her fan base. Be Kind by Ellen is a quarterly subscription box that curates products with a purpose. Curated by Ellen herself, the box gets you socially conscious products that support small businesses and organizations across the world. She’ll also include a Golden Ticket in many of her boxes, which is essentially a ticket to win a trip to see Ellen’s shows and giveaways. 

The Cost: $54.99 per quarter

ACTIVE DEAL: Only for Quarterly & One-Time Purchases

Check out some of our Be Kind by Ellen details and reviews to learn more. 

9. ShoeDazzle – Kim Kardashian

Before subscription boxes were a thing, Kim Kardashian launched ShoeDazzle, a membership-based shoe and fashion retailer that will give members the chance to purchase beautiful shoes each month. Eventually, ShoeDazzle got bought by TechStyle Fashion Group, but you can still see the celebrity influence in this membership-based box. Unlike other shoe subscription boxes, here, you get to take a style quiz and receive personalized picks to go with your distinct style. 

The Cost: $39.95 per month

Check out our ShoeDazzle details and reviews to learn more. 

10. The JoJo Siwa Box – JoJo Siwa

Singer, dancer, and pop-phenomenon JoJo Siwa has her very own subscription box. And, yes, it comes with a massive colorful box. The JoJo Siwa subscription box in collaboration with Nickelodeon includes t-shirts, bracelets, stickers, and Jojo’s signature bows. Members also get access to spoilers and announcements and the opportunity to shop new products before they even launch. 

The Cost: $30 per quarter

Check out some of our JoJo Siwa Box details and reviews to learn more. 

What’s a celebrity subscription box you’d want to see? I really wish Poosh came out with an affordable subscription box that looks similar to what friends and celebrities get all the time! 

Geraldine Orentas
Geraldine Orentas

I'm a Miami-based copywriter and content creator, deeply passionate about skincare and wellness. Through my Instagram platform, I candidly share my acne-healing journey, provide genuine brand reviews, and let you in on my vibrant life in the city. In the midst of running a creative marketing agency, I'm constantly experimenting with sunscreens and new healthy recipes, occasionally indulging in a hearty meal. When the screens go off, it's time for adventures with my trusty German Shepherd, Cora.

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I believe Giuliana Rancic was a co founder of FabFitFun!

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I couldn’t find her as a founder! Only Daniel Broukhim, Katie Rosen Kitchens, and Michael Broukhim. But I do know she has A LOT of businesses in beauty, fashion, even Prosecco!

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Interesting, didn’t know some of these famous people were behind these brands. Seems like more than ever people in the entertainment industry are branding themselves and branching themselves out into new territories. Some succeed quite well like the Honest Company, while others (ahem, slutbox) seem to tank. Makeup and skincare seem to be pretty popular launches as well. In fact there are so many it kind of makes my head spin. That’s why I appreciate the reviews here at MSA because they dive deeper into products than anything else I can get online (plus, I love the photographs 💙)

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Geraldine Orentas

I was amazed at some of these myself. But the early 2000s-2010s boom of celebrity subscription boxes faded away quickly! I found so many ones that just tanked. Maybe we could also do a roundup on those! It could be a “Subscription Box History Lesson” hahaha

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