Kylie Jenner's new Khy clothing line made $1million in sales within first ... trends now
Kylie Jenner's new clothing line, Khy, made $1million in sales within its first hour after launch.
'The Khy trench & long sleeve mini sold out. Thank you thank you for all the love on Khy,' she announced on social media.
She invited fans to 'shop the rest of the first Khy drop now before it’s too late. I can’t wait for you to experience this collection.
The first drop - in collaboration with Namilia - featured 12 sleek, black pieces ranging in price from $48 to $198.
Golden touch: Kylie Jenner 's new clothing line, Khy, made $1million in sales within its first hour after launch
The brand website indicates it will offer 'edited collections that seamlessly blend luxury with everyday style,' to deliver 'access to incredible fashion for everyone.'
Jenner was recently accused of copying designer Betsy Johnson's ideas for her new clothing line Khy.
Johnson - not to be confused with American fashion icon Betsey Johnson - claims the concepts were copied from her label, Products.
Taking to Instagram to blast Jenner, Johnson wrote: 'We emailed Kylie and all her team @products.ltd concept and language and a line sheet 6 MONTHS AGO,
'INTERESTING CONCEPT KYLIE:… INTERESTING. Thanks for the co-sign … F**k your support.'
Johnson also took a swipe at Jenner's privileged upbringing as she shared a screengrab of her current £50,000 ($60,000) student debt and penned: 'While I stare @ my student debt.
'Worked my ass off for this. Like so many other working class kids who bust their ass for expertise they weren’t born into to realise their ideas.'
Claim: Jenner was recently accused of copying designer Betsy Johnson's ideas for her new clothing line Khy
Post: Johnson - claims the concepts were copied from her label, Products
Jenner partnered with independent label Namilia's founders Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl for Khy's first collection, with Johnson slamming both Jenner and Namilia's alleged copying of her ideas as a 'trash move.'
Sources familiar with Jenner’s brand told DailyMail.com that she is 'looking forward to continuing to partner Khy with designers and brands like she did with her first collection with European brand Namilia – and bringing beautiful original designs with that brand's aesthetic to more people.'
DailyMail.com has contacted Jenner's representative for comment.