Forbes shed light on two of our favorite things recently ... celebrity clothing lines and luxury rap. The business magazine highlights the release of Justin Timberlake's new single, in which Jay-Z name drops Alexander Wang, Tom Ford and AllSaints. I'm not going to fight the influx of luxury rap because the problematic aspect of the Forbes piece is really this: the "new [business] model for Timberlake and others: spend the bulk of your time focusing on the business and artistic ventures available to savvy musicians." Forbes then lists the top earning rappers, noting that the majority of them have clothing lines. On the list: Kanye West, Pharrell, Jay-Z and a bunch of others, who have very likely licensed their names to companies to produce their "collections." This brings me back to my recurring point when it comes to fashion design. Celebrities having their own clothing lines should not be a right of passage. If Rachel Zoe can't do it, neither can you. However, since it has apparently become a profitable (and thus, popular) venture for all kinds of celebs devoid of design talent, let's not encourage it any further.