Her shapewear was widely criticised because of its name ‘Kimono’
Kim Kardashian was forced to change the name of her clothing line ‘Kimono’ after much criticism. The criticism arose accusing Kim of disrespecting Japanese culture. But now that the deal is done and the name is taken back, Kim is left with approximately 2 million garments.
Kim Kardashian is now left with 2 million garments which need to be re-labeled
It was earlier in June, that the makeup mogul was backlashed for the name of her clothing line. Later, Kim addressed the backlash and stated that indeed she respects the country’s culture. And she had no intentions whatsoever to dishonour the traditional garment of Japan. In fact, she also declared that her line would no longer be called ‘Kimono’
But as of now, Kim Kardashian has not revealed the changed name
More recently, on Friday, she shared a video on her Twitter handle in which she disclosed that there are nearly two million garments that bear the name ‘Kimono.’ And Kim being eco-friendly, is trying to think of ways to re-label the whole lot without having to dump them.
Kim Kardashian explains, “Because I wanted everything to be really seamless and feel really good, we printed everything inside all of the garments. So now I have to come up with a solution and not be wasteful because we have printed almost two million garments so far with the Kimono name.”