Everything you need to know about Kim Kardashian’s upcoming fragrance

Alexandra Hourigan 13 November 2017 NEWS

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What's it called? And when's it coming? Here's everything we know so far.

UPDATE: Boy, oh boy, you're in for a treat! Kim has revealed her upcoming fragrance in not one but three new scents!

Kim definitely kept the details pretty hush-hush when it came to her upcoming KKW fragrance launching. We got a few sneak peeks here and there but now we have the full reveal and it's better than we ever imagined!

The fragrances will be launching this week on 15 November in the US so the 16th here in Australia. The best part? There are three scents coming and we are seriously overwhelmed. We already picked up on the crystal hint Kim was dropping us before and it makes all the more sense now. The new scents are Crystal Gardenia, Crystal Gardenia Citrus, and Crystal Gardenia Oud, showing that Kim's definitely a fan girl of the famous white flower.

The perfume will also come in two sizes of 75ml and 30ml in a stunning and sturdy crystal inspired packaging. We don't think these will hang around for long so get ready to set those alarm clocks, ladies!

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Kim, please, we're waiting in angst over here. You're dropping a new fragrance and we will literally kill to get our hands on it so please just put us out of our misery! The Kardashian Kween has been teasing us for the upcoming launch of her new fragrance coming soon and we're oh so ready. The perfume will be a part of her already existing KKW Beauty line, including her contour and highlighter kits. Details have been somewhat limited on the new perfume's arrival but here is what we do know!

When can you buy it?

The fragrance is set to launch this month on the 15 November so we don't have to wait too long to get our hands on it, but we still don't know a lot about the upcoming fragrance. She originally showcased the idea with a cheeky lil' throwback to her "first fragrance launch" and a couple of behind the scenes snippets of the development process. She posted a campaign pic to her Instagram of a sleek and simple black and white photo, fitting into Kim's totally "cool" new style she rocks these days (yeah, we see you Kanye). She encouraged fans to head to kkwfragrance.com and hot damn, we are on our way.

Where can you buy it?

For now, it looks as though the perfume will be dropping exclusively to the KKW Fragrance website. The website consists of one homepage and the option to sign up for email to get the latest scoop and updates first!

What will it be?

In terms of name and scent, everything is still fairly hush-hush. The video posted on the @kkwfragrance Instagram depicts crystal rose quartz, maybe hinting at a potential name for the perfume. Past products in her beauty line feature a matte baby pink packaging so the rose quartz tones definitely fit into the existing theme.

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Kim Kardashian's Perfume History

This isn't Kim's first rodeo when it comes to perfumes as she already has seven. However many of these have been previous collaborations and none of them under the high-end nature of her new beauty brand. The Instagram for her fragrances, @kkwfragrance already has over 7,000 followers and some more sneak-peek snippets.

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