A secondary licensee of the famed reality TV sisters’ names is fighting to sell a line of beauty products, despite ongoing licensing litigation.
The letters were meant to educate influencers and brands on FTC’s endorsement guidelines.
The ladies’ watch, which was discontinued in 2004, will be reintroduced at the SIHH trade fair in Geneva and go on sale in June.
The magazine features a video and photos of Kardashian mom, Kris Jenner’s 2016 Christmas decorations at her Calabasas home.
The sisters’ arrival prompted protesters to come out of hiding.
The collaboration is social media-fueled Kylie Cosmetics’ first.
Assuming it isn’t overturned on appeal, the decision frees up the famous sisters to pursue another beauty licensee to produce cosmetics capitalizing on their fame.
The famous sisters assert they never signed off on the brand’s new Fierce collection set to enter Ulta Beauty next month.
Shaking off legal woes, Kardashian Beauty is back with a five-item collection rolling out to Ulta Beauty next month.
Adrienne Landau started her business in 1980, but it was only Friday that she launched an e-commerce site.
Of all the Kardashians, eldest sister Kourtney has been the most vocal about health, wellness and clean beauty.
Alice + Olivia and Neiman Marcus’ runway show drew Kourtney Kardashian, Emily Ratajkowski and a slew of actresses to NeueHouse Los Angeles.
The legal kerfuffle over Kardashian Beauty hasn’t stopped Kourtney Kardashian from inking beauty deals.