Watch out, Skims.
While Kris Jenner’s daughters Kim and Khloé Kardashian are raking in millions with their respective clothing lines, their mom has yet to break into the fashion world — but that could change soon enough.
According to an application filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and viewed by Page Six Style, the 67-year-old “Kardashians” star has applied to trademark her name for use on articles such as sweatshirts, sweatpants, socks, jackets and loungewear.
Even though Jenner has successfully registered many similar trademarks in various fields, including skincare and clothing, nothing concrete has ever emerged in the fashion and beauty industry aside from her cleaning line domestic, Safely.
However, Page Six reported in 2018 that the reality star had her eye on the fashion industry after revealing her potential plans to Vogue.
“I would love to do something in the near future,” she told the magazine when asked if she would be interested in launching a fashion or beauty line, adding: “I really think.”
Jenner also hinted that she might be interested in the growing menopause market, also telling Vogue: “Menopause is a b***h. Let me start with that.
Her potential foray into fashion certainly wouldn’t surprise Kardashian fans, with the business genius having helped build many of her children’s successful businesses, such as Khloé’s Good American clothing line and Kim’s Skims brand, worth $4 billion.
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The mom of six also has her share in the beauty industry with her daughter Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics line and Kourtney Kardashian’s wellness brand Lemme.
In addition to her milestone news, Kris made the most of the last days of summer with a PDA-filled Italian vacation, followed by a fun night at the Beyoncé concert with her family.
As for her potential clothing line, watch this space.