KIM Kardashian has flaunted her tiny waist in skin-tight pants, showing off a $7,000 bag and a brand new hairdo in NYC.
Kim, 41, is currently in NYC to promote her new skincare line, SKKN, which launched today.
The SKIMS founder was photographed out and about in the Big Apple.
Kim showed off her slim figure and stunning curves in skinny red, white and blue Balenciaga pants.
The TV personality also debuted a brand new ‘do’ when she rocked a classic blonde bob.
She even posted a selfie on her Instagram showing Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour showcasing her matching bobs.
Kim captioned the post “BOBBSEY TWINS” as the Par Peace sign flashed at the camera.
It has to be mentioned that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star also accessorised with a $7,000 glittery rhinestone and calfskin Balenciaga shoulder bag as she commuted across town.
Kim rocked the designer fit while visiting NBC’s Today Show.
During the interview, the reality star revealed her candid thoughts about her siblings while playing the ‘Sip or Spill’ game.
The game involved presenters Hoda Kotb and Jenna Busch Hager asking Kim a series of questions to which she chose to either answer the question or sip her drink.
The SKIMS founder was very silent when asked about her boyfriend Pete Davidson, but she didn’t hold back when topics turned to her friends and family.
When talk show hosts asked Kim which three friends she would bring to a “wild girls night out,” Kim made it clear who hadn’t been invited.
“I’ll bring Tracy with me [Romulus]Stephen Shep [Shepherd]Khloë [Kardashian]or Lala [Anthony] – there should be four,” she replied.
Referring to the TV star’s inclusion of her sister Khloe, 37, Jenna asked, “So you would bring Khloe, your sister, but not your other sisters?”
Kim stood by her reply: “No, it’s just Khloe. It’s just Khloe, Steph and Tracy and Lala.”
The author, curious about the subject, asked, “Is she your favorite switch?”
The beauty mogul replied with a laugh: “She’s on it right now. That’s the name of our bat chat. It’s like a bat phone; all our secrets are in my bat chat.”
SKKN BY KIM
Kim joined Hoda and Jenna to promote their latest of their many business ventures, skincare line SKKN BY KIM.
The skincare line launched today, June 21, 2022, debuting nine products.
According to the website, SKKN “was born out of Kim’s dream of bridging the gap between the world’s most renowned dermatologists and people at home looking for quality skincare.”
Skincare lovers can make a one-time purchase or subscribe to the products they love and get discounts on products.
Some of the products that fans can buy include face cream, toner, eye cream, cleanser, scrub and more.
Yesterday, the shapewear mogul made her final sales pitch before releasing her new SKKN cosmetics line with another revealing preview video.
The 41-year-old shared her own version of an unboxing video, cutting open the “molded packaging” that houses her nine-piece set.
Kim continued to show how comfortable she is in the skin she’s in, wearing a previously seen nude bra and leggings combo and revealing her natural skin, blemishes and all.
After speaking about the packaging of her products, the designer revealed a major price drop for the product line, which has been slammed for its cost since it was announced.
The “Complete Collection” of all nine products is now priced at $575, down from the originally announced retail value of $673.
THE PRICE IS WRONG
That’s still a pretty penny for many consumers, who let the star know in the comments.
“Only $600? LOL,” one person explained, while another added, “That’s a tank of gas now!”
A third fan lamented: “Okay, only for wealthy people. It stands out. What was I thinking about being ‘affordable’?”
While one person felt left out: “For some of us, this is not affordable! This is a pity. I was super excited about this collection!”
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