Kylie Jenner twins with Stassie Karanikolaou in SKIMS waist trainer

Kylie Jenner and Stassie Karanikolaou twinned in nude catsuits as they showcased the SKIMS waist trainer on social media.The longtime best friends have ramped up their identical looks in recent weeks, and the duo took to Instagram to debut a racier loo…

Kylie Jenner and Stassie Karanikolaou twinned in nude catsuits as they showcased the SKIMS waist trainer on social media.

The longtime best friends have ramped up their identical looks in recent weeks, and the duo took to Instagram to debut a racier look in sleek figure-hugging bodysuits.

“aaand we’re back,” Kylie captioned the snap, which showed her and her lookalike friend with similar hip-length brunette hair and a waist trainer, from Kylie’s older sister Kim Kardashian’s shapewear line SKIMS.

The reality star’s famous family heaped praise on the pair in the comments, as Khloe Kardashian wrote, “Twinning!!!!”, while Kim added: “twins in skims!!!”

Kylie later shared more shots from the at-home impromptu SKIMS shoot, and said she and Stassie had been dressing the same since they were teenagers.

“fun fact: we’ve been twinning since we were in middle school. we used to never leave the house unless we had a matching outfit on… so get ready for a lifetime of more twin pics,” she wrote, seemingly touching on the criticism the duo have faced for purposefully wearing similar outfits.

Model and influencer Stassie revealed the reason she and the Kylie Cosmetics founder love to rock matching looks, and said it was simply because they thought it would be fun.

“We love to twin,” she told People. “It’s a cute, fun thing we started and now we just run with it. The twinning never stops!”

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Khloe Kardashian accused of selling loaned dress

Fashion designer Christian Cowan has accused Khloe Kardashian of selling a dress he loaned her on her family’s resale website. The fashion designer, who boosts clients such as Lizzo, Ariana Grande, and Meghan Trainor, posted a screengrab of an electri…

Fashion designer Christian Cowan has accused Khloe Kardashian of selling a dress he loaned her on her family’s resale website.

The fashion designer, who boosts clients such as Lizzo, Ariana Grande, and Meghan Trainor, posted a screengrab of an electric blue midi dress from his brand listed on Kardashian Kloset, the Kardashian-Jenner family’s designer resale site, on his Instagram Stories on Sunday and questioned why she was selling borrowed samples instead of returning them.

“@khloekardashian why are my runway samples I loaned you being sold on your website?” Cowan wrote besides the image, before adding that his team had reached out privately before he went public with the issue. “We’ve emailed 3 times and had no response.”

Khloe has yet to comment publicly on the designer’s comments, but the item, which was initially listed on the resale website for $1,300 (£1,000), was removed on Monday afternoon.

However, a source has told Page Six Style that it was simply a misunderstanding, as the 36-year-old hadn’t been told it was a loaned piece.

“The dress was gifted to her through her stylist without a mention of a loan and it was never asked to be returned,” an insider told the publication.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars launched Kardashian Kloset, where they sell their pre-owned items, in October last year. Khloe’s current offerings include pieces by designers such as Balmain, Mugler, Alexander Wang, and Alexander McQueen.

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Kanye West’s Yeezy brand received $5 million Covid-19 bailout

Kanye West’s Yeezy brand received $5 million in Covid-19 aid from the U.S. government, despite the rapper’s personal wealth.Hundreds of thousands of businesses across the country accepted help from a federal fund that was launched by President Donald T…

Kanye West’s Yeezy brand received $5 million in Covid-19 aid from the U.S. government, despite the rapper’s personal wealth.

Hundreds of thousands of businesses across the country accepted help from a federal fund that was launched by President Donald Trump in an effort to help firms during the coronavirus pandemic.

The $2 trillion (£1.6 trillion) stimulus plan was aimed at helping cash-strapped businesses keep afloat, particularly as lockdown restrictions hampered trading and supply chains, with the loans capped at $10 million (£8 million).

After pressure to disclose the recipients of the funds, the U.S. Treasury’s Small Business Administration released public records documenting every business who received a loan.

Among the big name recipients included Yeezy LLC, whose owner Kanye was declared a billionaire in April, Valentino USA Inc., Oscar de la Renta LLC and Vera Wang Group LLC. Good American, the clothing label co-founded by Khloe Kardashian, was also listed.

The documents state that the $2 to $5 million (£1.6 to £4 million) loan to Kanye’s footwear and clothing firm also led to 106 jobs being saved, while the financial boost helped Valentino salvage 281 jobs, Oscar de la Renta saved 42, and Vera Wang preserved 197 roles.

Khloe’s Good American brand, which she co-founded with Emma Grede, received $1.2 million (£960,000), according to People magazine, with 57 jobs subsequently saved by the bailout.

“We have a large wholesale footprint and all of our partners were forced to close their stores, with many shutting down warehouses and cancelling orders,” a Good American rep told the outlet. “Applying for and receiving the PPP loan was a necessary step we had to take to ensure the long-term survival of our brand and business.”

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Khloe Kardashian trusted Yousef Al-Jasmi to create stunning sheer birthday dress

Khloe Kardashian gave designer Yousef Al-Jasmi free rein to create the stunning crystal dress she wore for her recent birthday celebrations.The Good American co-founder spared no expense as she celebrated her 36th birthday at home with an intimate bash…

Khloe Kardashian gave designer Yousef Al-Jasmi free rein to create the stunning crystal dress she wore for her recent birthday celebrations.

The Good American co-founder spared no expense as she celebrated her 36th birthday at home with an intimate bash attended by her close friends and famous family last weekend.

Khloe shared images from the pink-themed party on social media, as she posed alongside sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, brother Rob Kardashian, best friend Malika Haqq, Scott Disick, and ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson.

And the mother-of-one stunned in a long sleeved sheer gold minidress, created by Al-Jasmi, which was covered in more than 3,000 crystals and worth over $2,500 (£2,000).

The Kuwait-based designer told Page Six Style that he was trusted implicitly by the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star to create a dress perfect for her special day, and even designed a matching dress for her two-year-old daughter True Thompson.

“Khloe’s team gave me free rein to custom-create a look, which is why I love working with them,” Al-Jasmi explained. “They really trust me to create a bespoke piece.”

He said Khloe was “was super involved throughout the whole design process,” and even sent photos to the designer to use as a reference.

Al-Jasmi was also the brains behind Khloe’s show-stopping dress and matching headpiece for her sister Kourtney’s 40th birthday celebration last year, and created her 1920s-inspired gown for mother Kris Jenner’s Great Gatsby-themed 60th birthday bash in 2015.

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Don O’Neill steps away from THEIA label

Don O’Neill is no longer the creative director of THEIA. The Irish fashion designer launched the New York-based eveningwear and bridal label in 2009 and some of his creations became famous for being worn by the likes of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Opra…

Don O’Neill is no longer the creative director of THEIA.

The Irish fashion designer launched the New York-based eveningwear and bridal label in 2009 and some of his creations became famous for being worn by the likes of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift, and Khloe Kardashian.

Over the weekend, O’Neill took to Instagram to reveal that THEIA was being restructured as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and he would subsequently no longer serve as creative director.

“All of our lives have been greatly impacted by the global pandemic of Covid-19, and It is with a heavy heart that I announce, THEIA is being re-structured and I, and many others will no longer be part of it,” he wrote.

“I created the brand from a flash of inspiration when THEIA, The goddess of light sparked in my mind 11 years ago. It has been an extraordinary journey… I set forth to design luxurious evening and bridal dresses, that would be cut and shaped to flatter all women, so that they would feel beautiful and confident, allowing their inner light to shine brightly, which I achieved with the love, support and guidance of so many many amazing people.”

The 54-year-old concluded his post by insisting he was remaining positive about the “new exciting chapter” in his life and revealing he was in the process of writing a memoir.

“During the lock down I began writing a book on my life story, it has been quite the journey so far and I look forward to seeing how the story continues,” he teased.

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Khloe Kardashian launches Good American swimwear

Khloe Kardashian is expanding her Good American brand by launching a swimwear line.The reality TV star teamed up with Emma Grede to launch the size-inclusive brand in 2016 with a range of denim and have since expanded to offer activewear and other piec…

Khloe Kardashian is expanding her Good American brand by launching a swimwear line.

The reality TV star teamed up with Emma Grede to launch the size-inclusive brand in 2016 with a range of denim and have since expanded to offer activewear and other pieces of clothing. They have now introduced a swimwear line called Good Swim, with the 30-piece collection featuring a line of bikinis, one-piece swimsuits, and beachwear in sizes XS to 5X.

In an interview with People, the 35-year-old explained the business partners spent two years creating Good Swim because they wanted to get it exactly right.

“Swim has been in the works for nearly two years — it was our most requested category,” she said. “Like everything at Good American, we listen to our customers to understand their wants and needs as a way to inform our launches and that holds true with Good Swim.

“It can be extremely frustrating and challenging to find swimwear that fits right and makes you look and feel sexy. It is for that exact reason that we spent the time and resources into making this a strong collection so women can feel confident and beautiful, always.”

A diverse range of models appear alongside Khloe in the marketing campaign for Good Swim, which has the same core values of inclusivity and representation as the rest of Good American.

To achieve that goal, they developed pieces with double drawstrings and wider straps to provide full coverage and support, plus belts that flatter waistlines and high-rise bottoms with tummy-tucking technology.

“We want our customers to know that with Good American, they’ll always find the very best fit, period,” Emma told the publication. “Every style in our swim collection was created with a fit-first philosophy and designed specifically for women of all shapes and sizes, because we know how tough it can be to shop for swimwear.”

Good Swim is available via the Good American website now.

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Khloe Kardashian sued over Good American bodysuit designs

Khloe Kardashian and her Good American team are being sued by a Los Angeles-based designer over a collection of embellished bodysuits.According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, Destiney Bleu Lewis has accused the reality TV star of copying her…

Khloe Kardashian and her Good American team are being sued by a Los Angeles-based designer over a collection of embellished bodysuits.

According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, Destiney Bleu Lewis has accused the reality TV star of copying her designs.

“This case is about d.bleu.dazzled, a small and independent women’s clothing company whose designs and trade dress were copied by Defendants Khloe Kardashian and her clothing company Good American,” lawyers for Lewis state.

The lawyers allege that Kardashian’s assistants “repeatedly contacted” her to order custom-made bodysuits.

“From November 2016 through May 2017, Kardashian, through her assistants, repeatedly contacted Ms. Lewis and others at d.bleu.dazzled to order at least sixteen made-to-measure garments under the false pretense that these garments were for Kardashian’s personal use…” the legal missive states.

“At no time did they disclose to Ms. Lewis or anyone at d.bleu.dazzled that they were planning to create their own clothing line with similar designs. Good American decided it would be easier to knock off the proven designs of an independent designer.”

They also claim that their client’s efforts to work out an agreement with the mother-of-one prompted lawyers for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star to send a cease-and-desist letter, in which her legal team called Lewis’ complaint a “cheap publicity stunt”.

In the suit, Lewis claims her d.bleu.dazzled designs, which retail from $100 (£81) to $300 (£242), have been worn by celebrities like Beyonce, Lady Gaga, and Mariah Carey.

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Kylie Jenner gifts sisters and mother luxury purses

Kylie Jenner has gifted the women of her family luxury purses for U.S. Mother’s Day.The youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner family clan spared no expense for the annual celebration on Sunday, sending her sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian…

Kylie Jenner has gifted the women of her family luxury purses for U.S. Mother’s Day.

The youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner family clan spared no expense for the annual celebration on Sunday, sending her sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, and Khloe Kardashian, as well as her mother Kris Jenner, each a different coloured crystal-studded clutch in the shape of a cheetah.

Made by luxury fashion house Judith Leiber Couture, the purses cost more than $5,000 (£4,050) each.

Kylie is an avid collector of high-end bags and owns several Judith Leiber clutches herself, including one that resembles a stack of cash and another fashioned to look like a tube of lipstick.

The siblings were delighted by the gifts, which Kylie had shipped to their homes while the family practices social distancing due to the Covid-19 crisis.

Taking to Instagram, Kim posted a video showing off her sapphire blue purse to her feed, commenting, “I mean, seriously Kylie? For Mother’s Day? How beautiful.”

While Khloe expressed similar gratitude for her exotic clutch, posting a picture of the sparkling yellow bag and captioning it: “Awww, I love you my sissy @kyliejenner.”

The family’s lavish Mother’s Day festivities did not stop there, however, as Kourtney and Kim proudly shared updates of gifts from Khloe, which included a blue Christian Dior make-up bag and a “Mommy’s Little Quarantine Kit” – a bag which appeared to contain some Tom Ford fragrance and cannabis products, among other items.

Not to be outdone, Kris Jenner sent all of her children boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts, a move which prompted Kourtney to post to Instagram in mock horror: “Omg @krisjenner is sabotaging my summer body.”

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Kendall Jenner credits mother Kris Jenner for teaching her about business

Kendall Jenner has credited her mother Kris Jenner for moulding her into such a savvy businesswoman.The 24-year-old has gone from a young reality star on Keeping Up with the Kardashians to one of the world’s most famous models, and has starred in campa…

Kendall Jenner has credited her mother Kris Jenner for moulding her into such a savvy businesswoman.

The 24-year-old has gone from a young reality star on Keeping Up with the Kardashians to one of the world’s most famous models, and has starred in campaigns for brands including Balmain, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, Karl Lagerfeld, and Chanel.

In a new Q&A session on YouTube, Kendall opened up about the biggest inspirations in her life – with the 64-year-old family matriarch coming out on top of her list.

“I have learned so much from my mom, consciously and subconsciously,” she said. “I was very lucky to have a businesswoman (Kris) helping me become a businesswoman… and older sisters who became businesswomen.”

Another trait Kris instilled in her children is the way they “open their doors” to others.

As for other major influences in her life, Kendall admitted her older sisters – Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian – as well as her younger sister Kylie Jenner, have all helped her in more ways than one.

“The best thing about having so many sisters is (that) you always have a friend. And, also, if you ever need advice, there are tonnes of people to call… even if one of them doesn’t answer,” the brunette beauty smiled. “I think I am, specifically, very lucky because not only do I have sisters and a big family, but they all live in this world with me, so they understand the things that I go through and I understand the things they go through.”

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Kendall Jenner thanks sisters and mother for helping her develop confidence

Kendall Jenner credits her famous sisters and mother Kris Jenner with helping her develop confidence.The 24-year-old model, who has been open about her struggle with anxiety, revealed during an interview with Vogue Australia that while her journey to s…

Kendall Jenner credits her famous sisters and mother Kris Jenner with helping her develop confidence.

The 24-year-old model, who has been open about her struggle with anxiety, revealed during an interview with Vogue Australia that while her journey to self-love hasn’t been easy, her sisters Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian, and younger sibling Kylie Jenner, have inspired her to be more confident.

“Growing up in a household of really independent and successful women has been key to developing my confidence,” Kendall explained. “I am so fortunate to have sisters who have gone through life ahead of me (and) I’ve also learned so much from my mom.”

The model said the unwavering support of her family has helped her to feel more self-assured, but noted that she still needs time to look after herself.

“I feel like I’ve been able to find a new perspective on confidence and a comfort being myself,” she shared. “I have also found that so as long as I take the time for self-love and self-care moments, confidence comes more naturally.”

Kendall confessed her perfect day off would be spent at home, probably in bed, and binge-watching her favourite TV shows.

“I think my ideal day would be spent in bed for the first half and then doing something low key with friends and family,” she said. “In my spare time, I love watching movies, reading and binging whatever TV shows I can.”

And while Kendall is used to travelling a lot for work, she’s shared that comfort is key when she’s flying long-haul.

“I like to keep it pretty simple. A nice pair of vintage jeans and either a tank top or white tee is my go-to! I’m also into monochrome sweats – it’s the best excuse to travel in PJs and still feel kind of stylish,” she added.

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