Kylie Jenner’s brand-new clothing line, Khy, sold $1 million worth of clothes in just one hour.
A 26-year-old woman launched her new clothing line this week. Her brand sold out of its fake leather trench, gloves, and mini dress lines, which means she will become even richer.
The Khy trench coat and long-sleeved mini are no longer available. “Thank you so much for all the love on Khy,” she wrote on social media.
“Shop the rest of the first Khy drop now before it’s too late,” she told her fans. I am excited for you to see this collection.
The first drop, which was made in partnership with Namilia, had 12 sleek black pieces that ranged in price from $48 to $198.
The brand’s website says it will give “edited collections that seamlessly blend luxury with everyday style” so that “everyone” can “afford incredible fashion.”
Jenner was recently accused of taking ideas for her new clothesline Khy from designer Betsy Johnson.
Johnson (not the same person as American fashion icon Betsey Johnson) says the ideas came from her line, Products.
Johnson criticized Jenner on Instagram, writing, “We emailed Kylie and all her team @products.”ltd idea, wording, and a line sheet SIX MONTHS AGO,
“INTERESTING IDEA, KYLIE: That’s interesting. Thanks for the co-sign, but go away with your help.
Johnson mocks Jenner for student loan debt, despite her family’s wealth
Johnson also made fun of Jenner’s family’s wealth when she posted a screenshot of her £50,000 ($60,000) student loan debt and wrote, “While I stare @ my student loan debt.”
“I worked hard on this.” Like a lot of other working-class kids who work hard to get skills, they weren’t born with to make their dreams come true.
For Khy’s first collection, Jenner worked with Namilia’s founders Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl. Johnson called both Jenner and Namilia’s claimed copying of her ideas a “trash move.”
According to people who know Jenner’s brand, she is “looking forward to continuing to partner Khy with designers and brands as she did with her first collection with European brand Namilia – and bringing more people beautiful original designs with that brand’s aesthetic.”
The DailyMail.com has asked Jenner’s rep for a response.
Jenner posed in a $198 faux leather trench coat for a photo shoot to promote her brand. Products also made an oversized trench, and Namilia sells a $290 fake leather “Underworld” trench that looks a lot like Jenner’s.
Beginning November 1, Kylie will sell Khy goods on the brand’s website.
In a hot Instagram post on Tuesday, the makeup queen announced her new fashion project with the words “meet khy.”