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

Posted November 16, 2017

Kim Kardashian's brand new KKW Crystal Gardenia by KKW Fragrances just launched, but the beauty mogul won't stop putting out new products anytime soon. 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 fragrance bottle imitates the crystal and the line is said to be about "being calm and healing".

Kimmie will be launching three gardenia scents later this afternoon - Crystal Gardenia, Gardenia Citrus and Gardenia Oud. It's a limited item, with only 300,000 units being sold.

We're told if Kim's fragrance sells like her makeup line.it could haul in more than $14 million in minutes. "I hope we're doing a good job of describing what it will smell like, that's always a little bit tricky".

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While there won't be a relaunch for this product, Kardashian reportedly plans to release another trinity of perfumes for Valentine's Day.

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Kim Kardashian's new perfume bottle looks like a sex toy, some people said. And last night in Los Angeles at the launch dinner for KKW Fragrance (it's out today), Kardashian West stepped out in a deceptively simple white dress with clever design cues hinting at that old world style. The star advised fans to act fast because once they are gone they are gone.

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The reality star confirmed that she is "coming out with her [her] own lipsticks", People reports.

She said: "Obviously I'm in the celebrity category, but I just wanted a bottle that was so simple that can look like it's something sitting on your counter and be a attractive object".

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