August 5th is National Underwear Day, but celebrities can celebrate this holiday in different ways. They can wear their own underwear collection. From models to musicians, some stars have begun to design their own underwear, bras and more.

Rihanna’s almost everything is amazing, so it’s no surprise that her Savage x Fenty lingerie collection started selling when it was released earlier this year. The singer and the “Ocean 8″ actress have included everything you expected for the lingerie collection. In addition to bras, panties and pajamas, the collection also includes fuzzy handkerchiefs, whip and nipple pies.

Heidi Klum can also spend the National Underwear Day on her underwear. She launched her Heidi Klum Intimates in 2015. This range of products is suitable for a variety of occasions, from everyday cotton bikinis to maternity bras.

“Besides spending most of my professional underwear, I am also a woman who has changed her body for many years. I am the mother of four children, so I really understand the importance of finding the right underwear. I hope every woman in every place. You can feel sexy, empowered and confident when you wear it,” Klum said on the brand website.

Elle MacPherson launched her lingerie collection in 1990. Now known as the Elle MacPherson Body, this line is still strong in nearly three decades. The collection includes bras, panties and pajamas.

Dita Von Teese’s love of vintage style inspired her glamorous lingerie collection. Although burlesques like corsets and garters, there are also many items that are suitable for everyday wear.

Ashley Graham has an XL lingerie collection. Some retailers only offer some basic knowledge of the largest size, and designs are usually more functional than pretty. The XL model is designed to make other women feel sexy in underwear, even if they far exceed DD.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has owned her Rosie for Autograph collection for over five years, some of which is her lingerie collection. The “shorts” are priced at £10 and the bras are priced at £25, which is a fairly affordable product line. Unfortunately, British retailer Marks and Spencer has not yet begun selling Huntington-Whiteley production lines in the United States.