Kim Kardashian is making waves in the fashion world, and this time the beauty mogul partnered up with Fendi to create a line that was extremely successful.
SKIMS has always done relatively well during their launches, but this is by far the most well-received of Kardashian's launches to date.
Kim Kardashian makes history for SKIMS
The 41-year-old reality TV personality has made history after her launch with Fendi hit the virtual shelves this Tuesday. The mom of four proudly showed off her collection to Instagram and sold out of the collab within minutes, and made a whopping $1 million dollars in one singular minute. Talk about impressive!
Kardashian announced last month she'd be working with the Italian clothing brand ahead of her Wall Street Journal cover story. Artistic director for Fendi, Kim Jones said that he got the idea when the women in his office commented on how much they liked Kardashian's garments.
She ended up "sending a bunch" of pieces to Jones, and the two met in Mexico this past March to try on their designs.
"I really like to be a fit model. I need to feel it," she said to the magazine. "I probably do so much more work than people assume, that might not even be necessary at this point. But I do it."
Kardashian launched SKIMS in 2019 and has now become a powerhouse in the shapewear world. SKIMS is now worth $1.9 billion and has earned the TV personality an Innovator Award.
Kardashian stepped out of the awards wearing one of her pieces and said that she couldn't have ever imagined she'd be there today.
"Fifteen years ago when I was starting my career I could have never dreamed that I would have been getting an innovator award for brands," she said.
"Back in the day I would have been the face of any brand if they would have asked me," she continued. "I did cupcakes to weight loss pills all at the same time. I'm just so grateful that I have my own brand now."
The launch features form-fitting dresses that start at $950, leggings for$1,100, and a winter puffer jacket for $2,950. All of the usual SKIMS garments were revamped with the Fendi logo.