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Monday, August 30, 2010

ARE THE KARDASHIAN'S DESIGNING A CLOTHING LINE FOR CURVY GIRLS?

With the success of their BeBe line the unstoppable Kardashian sisters are set to take on another big fashion project. According to NYMAG's The Cut,  the Kardashians will be designing a clothing line specifically for QVC the most popular place for celebrities to hock their goods.

According to The Cut
Kardashian sisters Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney are working on a clothing line for QVC with Mad Men's brilliant costume designer, Janie Bryant. The line, which is for curvy women, is called K-Dash and will launch at FNO on September 10.

According to the New York Post
Kim yesterday complained she hadn't yet found a dress to fit her famous booty for Sunday night's Emmy's, saying, "My stylist Monica has some amazing choices . . . I haven't fit into anything yet."
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/kards_do_curves_7qg3XOu36DXrxlgGGtaFPO#ixzz0y6EFjMw2

So, does this mean that curvy girls above a size 14 will be able to dress like Kardashian look a likes? I think so. Whenever designers or celebrities do a QVC or HSN line they almost always include plus sizes up to 3X. So many girls love Kim's personal style that consists of body con dresses and tailored blazers. My hope is that the clothes will be just as cute as the BeBe line and not a bunch of skimpy Play Boy Bunny looking threads? Luckily Janie Bryant is on their side to help guide the entrepreneurial sisters. I do hope the designs are fresh and not BeBe knocks offs. Can't wait to see what they come up with.

For those of you in the NYC area you will be able to get your hands on the collection at a QVC pop up store in Rockefeller Center on Fashion's Night Out. There will also be a live broadcast.

SC readers, what are your thoughts on the Kardashian clothing line. Sound off!

3 comments:

xtina the great said...

clearly i need to hit this up on FNO!

Monique said...

Yay! I can't wait to see it!

Goody said...

from what i saw last week, this is what they are "supposedly" bringing...

http://community.qvc.com/DiscussionDetail/tabid/73/CatID/6/TypeID/1/Recent/1/ThreadID/92279/Default.aspx

fingers crossed on the sizing because Curvy means different things to different people

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