T-shirts featuring Tupac with the celebrity sisters’ initials are being characterized as properly bought “vintage” goods.
The week’s legal maneuverings involved a lawsuit over a meme and Kendall and Kylie Jenners’ use of rock star photos, while patent filings jumped last year.
A photographer isn’t happy with his work showing up in one of the sisters’ many commercial endeavors.
The sisters reveal what they’ve learned two years after founding their contemporary line, what inspires them and how they like to shop.
Lipps said the timing seemed right to be on the West Coast.
“These designs were not well thought out [sic] and we deeply apologize to anyone that has been upset and/or offended, especially to the families of the artists,” the sisters wrote in a statement.
Social media users blasted the T-shirt offerings, which are for sale on the Kendall + Kylie web site, this afternoon.
The jewelry brand looks to combat the current retail slump with an emphasis on under $500 product and a Kardashian-Jenner clan member.
Nicole Kidman, Kendall Jenner, and Priyanka Chopra joined Nacho Figueras for the annual Champagne-soaked event, which featured a performance by Alicia Keys.
The model announced the news on Instagram this afternoon.
A battle between Hanes and a start-up, France’s Photoshopping law and class-action suits over Fyre Festival are the latest legal actions.
The criticized Vogue India cover is the third round of bad publicity Jenner has gotten in the past month.