Khloé Kardashian was “nervous” about launching her denim line for Good American.
The 32-year-old television personality unveiled her size-inclusive range for the fashion house in October 2016 and has since expanded her capsule to include additional styles of clothing, including skirts and shorts, but the star has revealed she feared her project would disappoint investors and her business partner, Emma Grede, if she didn’t sell 150,000 pairs of jeans before the end of the year.
Speaking about her feelings ahead of the launch in a forthcoming episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which is set to air on Sunday (02.04.17), the golden-haired beauty said: “There is so much stuff to do to prep for the launch of Good American and [business partner] Emma [Grede] made me really nervous telling about this number and how hard it is to get to that number. Now, I’m nervous that I’m not going to make my investors and my business partner happy.”
However, the Strong looks Better Naked author’s older sister Kourtney, 37, gave her some words of encouragement and promised her sibling she would make “denim history” with her line.
The raven-haired beauty said: “You’re going to sell that many units. We’re going to make denim history.”
But the former Kocktails with Khloé host has hinted she put extra pressure on herself because she wanted to be as successful as her youngest half-sister Kylie Jenner who launched her beauty empire Kylie Cosmetics last year, and has since founded The Kylie Shop, and didn’t want to be known as the “failing sister”.
She explained: “I feel so nervous. Kylie Jenner sells hundreds of thousands of units in like, what? Three minutes.
“I know we’re not necessarily competing against each other, but still, I have always been known as the fat sister and now that I’m over that I don’t want to be known as the failing sister.”
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