Beyoncé - Yep, Queen Bey got turned down. When she received an award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2016, she admitted that her mother made all the outfits for Destiny's Child.
Beyoncé - According to Bey, this was because the big brands didn't want to dress black curvy girls.
Bryce Dallas Howard - The actress told E! that she prefers to buy her own clothes in department stores.
Bryce Dallas Howard - This is because of the wide range of options she can find in her size, whereas in a stylist's showroom there's less to work with in her size.
Melania Trump - Melania's problems with big designers began when she became First Lady, as some stylists don't agree with Donald Trump's policies.
Melania Trump - Some of the brands who have refused to dress her include Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, Derek Lam and Tom Ford.
Christina Hendricks - Christina is another actress who has been turned down due to her figure.
Christina Hendricks - She said that designers only lend sizes 32 and 34, and that she always has difficulties finding dresses. However, she said that on 'Mad Men' they celebrated her figure.
Dascha Polanco - The 'Orange is the New Black' actress had a tough situation with a luxury brand of which she was a big fan and consumer.
Dascha Polanco - She told American 'Vogue' that she had her people get in touch with the brand, who told her that they had nothing in her size, but maybe in the future.
Khloe Kardashian - Kim's sister told 'Harper's Bazaar' that before losing weight there weren't many options for her at photo shoots.
Khloe Kardashian - She said stylists paid a lot of attention to Kourtney and Kim, but she was always a lot of work for them.
Leslie Jones - One of the stars of the new 'Ghostbusters' was turned down by designers for the premiere of the same film.
Leslie Jones - She complained on Twitter that nobody would help her, and that she would always remember that.