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Kim Kardashian made $10 million from her new Kimoji Hearts fragrance

Posted: 6 February 2018 10:42 am


Kim Kardashian is making it rain as she just made $10 million in four days!

It was only four days ago that Kim Kardashian released her three new scents for her emoji hearts fragrance line. The KKW Fragrance Kimoji Heart perfumes were the new additions to Kim's already existing line but it's safe to say fans were pretty excited. We know this because in just four days, the entire range has sold out, making our favourite reality start and business queen a whopping $10 million.

According to TMZ, KKW Fragrance sold out of its 300K plus stock in the four days after it's launch on the 1st of February. They reported that "sources associated with the launch tell us total revenue for the 3 new fragrances -- Bae, Ride or Die & BFF -- topped the $10 million mark."

Kim was broadcasting these fragrances on social media relentlessly and we guess it paid off. She sent PR Packages to multiple celebrities, including some that weren't her biggest fans like Lindsey Lohan, Taylor Swift and Blac Chyna. The three new scents called, Bae, BFF and Ride or Die all featured signature fruity and floral scents different from each other.

Bae was the first fragrance to sell out with its mandarin and kiwi fruit inspired scent and jasmine Sambac and gardenia blossom under layer that got people keen. Ride or Die sold out soon after leaving Bae as the final scent which didn't take long to run out of stick either. The perfumes retailed for $30 US and after the amount of stock she reportedly sold, Kim made a killing. However as such an inspiring business woman we don't think she deserves anything but success!

Whilst this collection is sold out, fans and shoppers can still get their hands on KKW Fragrance's signature scent Crystal Gardenia. Whilst the site doesn't ship to Australia, consumers can use a freight forwarding service such as Shop Mate to have the product delivered.


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