Kim Kardashian's New Fragance is Inspired by Paris Robbery

16 November, 2017, 02:23 | Author: Miranda Cannon
  • Kim Kardashian new fragrance allegedly inspired by Paris robbery

The photo in question shows Kim sporting a nude lip, which means her collection may include a few different versions of her signature shade (you may remember that her KKW x Kylie Lip Kit collab featured four different nude glosses).

Most will remember the shocking robbery that Kim endured in Paris previous year, where multiple armed robbers entered her hotel and held her at gunpoint while they took her jewellery. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star's "very L.A." friends brought her healing crystals after she was held at gunpoint in her hotel room-and had millions of dollars in jewels stolen from her.

The crystal-shaped perfume bottles in boxes surrounded by smaller rose quartz-like pieces will go on sale tomorrow on her site, kkwfragrance.com, for $35-60 a bottle.

Her new scent, which is gardenia-inspired, is about "being calm and healing", she told WWD. Only 300,000 units will be sold.

Kim Kardashian's New Perfume was Inspired by Paris Robbery
How the Paris Robbery Aftermath Inspired Kim Kardashian's New Fragrance

We assumed that this was purely a business move, as the Kardashian family has had huge success with perfumes in the past, but in a recent interview with WWD, Kim has revealed that her new scents mean much more to her than that.

"Fragrance is harder [to sell], but makeup is difficult, too, because you don't really test the product". Above, the KKW Beauty mogul is pictured on November 4 in Los Angeles.

Kardashian West slipped into Dolce & Gabbana's curve-hugging dress for her big night.

Kim Kardashian's new perfume bottle looks like a sex toy, some people said. These will have an entirely new concept and bottles, but that was all she would say about upcoming fragrances. The star advised fans to act fast because once they are gone they are gone. "We're freaking out-we have no name".


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