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The Kardashian sister’s partnership with clothing company, bebe is coming to a close and they don’t have too many other fashion clothing company’s on board so will we see an end to Kardashian fashion and clothing. I think its getting harder to relate to the girls as they get more famous and in the public eyes…it feels as the the girls used to be more accessible and now they aren’t plus the clothes they wear are super expensive…how can a fan really relate! Plus the NYTimes didn’t give the best review on the new NYC Dash store.
First, UsMagazine.com reports that the Kim, Khloe and Kourtney’s collaboration with clothing line Bebe is coming to an end.
“We are very pleased with the performance of the ‘Kardashians for bebe’ apparel collection and have immensely enjoyed our design collaboration with Kim, Khloe and Kourtney. They are terrific brand ambassadors and resonate really well with our clients,” an official statement from Bebe said.
“Our original ready to wear agreement with the Kardashians began last February and will conclude with the upcoming Resort Delivery,” it continued.
The statement came just says after Bebe president, Emilia Fabricant, gave an interview to WWD where she admitted to rethinking the partnership. “The sisters do still have relevance. We need to move with fashion and we want to be first in the fashion world with everybody else and not fall behind. We are definitely assessing the situation,” Fabricant said.
In addition to the Bebe situation, a column in Thursday’s New York Times gave a scathing review of the Kardashian sister’s NYC boutique, Dash.
“Dash is a fashion desert, just oodles of drippy cowl necks and embellished cap sleeves and synthetic fibers,” the story reported. “Clothes are essentially split into two categories of fit: vacuum-sealed and hot-air balloon.”
“As in most theme parks, there wasn’t anything worth carrying away but memories.” Times writer Jon Caramanica concluded.
Do you think the Kardashian sister’s will just bounce back and find a new collaborator to partner with?
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