Spanx unveils a new celeb-inspired line with this celebrity in mind

Before you go, we thought you'd like these...
Before you go close icon
19 PHOTOS
History of Shapewear
See Gallery
Spanx unveils a new celeb-inspired line with this celebrity in mind
A Trousseau corset of embroidered silk satin, with ribbon and lace detailing.
An elegant window display of Scandale corsets and suspenders. 
In the movie 'Gone with the Wind,' Scarlett O'Hara has her corset tightened by Mammy.
A woman models a girdle and garter belt.
A woman in a bra and girdle for a 1950s advertisement.
A strapless basque with suspenders and muslin underskirt attatched. 
A French advertisement for girdles by Rosy.
Wonder Woman, played by Lynda Carter, wearing the costume that closely resembles a corset.
A model displays an evening dress on the runway for Christian Lacroix's Fall/Winter haute couture collection, with a red velvet corset top.
Christina Aguilera wears a sheer corset top to the 2001 MTV Movie Awards, with lace-up pants to match.
A display of the Spanx shapewear brand.
Company founder Sara Blakely attends the launch of Haute Contour by Spanx at Saks Fifth Avenue in NYC.
Spanx "superheroes" pose together to promote the Spanx for Men launch in the UK.
A model walks the runway in a design by Dr. Rey's Shapewear in Sydney, Australia. The modern shapewear can double as lingerie.
Jill Zarin poses with models wearing her shapewear line Skweez at Macy's in Herald Square, New York.
Madonna wears a corset-inspired metal caging over her top, a throwback to her '80s style.
Nina Dobrev wears a corsetted Monique Lhullier gown to the PUNK: Chaos to Couture Costume Institute Gala.
During the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Jessica Chastain shows off, if by accident, her purple shapewear under her gown.  We love that she had it dyed the right color, and she looked stunning!
of
SEE ALL
BACK TO SLIDE
SHOW CAPTION +
HIDE CAPTION

We all know that celebrities like Katy Perry and Kim Kardashian don't look the same without their makeup on, and we also know that celebs have a little help to accentuate their curves and show off a slim figure!

Loved by celebs and fashionistas everywhere, Spanx has unveiled a new famous fan-inspired line of shapewear. The line, called 'Star Power', makes its debut with 38 new items with stylish choices ranging from $48 for a Tout & About Seemless Shaping Skirt to Dress to Slimpress Leather Look leggings priced at $82.

Invented by billionaire Sara Blakely, Spanx has drawn controversy and even a lawsuit as its grown to become one of the most powerful new fashion companies on the planet.

All of the famous styles are now available on Spanx's website and we can't wait to try out the new slimming staples.

Click through the gallery above to discover the history of shapewear, from girdles to Spanx!

Read Full Story

From Our Partners