While Kris Jenner’s children, Kim and Khloé Kardashian, are making millions from their clothing lines, their mother has yet to enter the fashion world — but that may change soon.
According to a US Patent and Trademark Office application obtained by TSZ Newz, the 67-year-old “Kardashians” star has registered to trademark her name for use on goods such as sweatshirts, sweatpants, socks, jackets, and loungewear.
Apart from her house cleaning brand, Safely, Jenner has successfully applied for numerous comparable trademarks in various areas, including skincare and textile businesses.
However, it was previously reported in 2018 that the reality star had her sights set on the fashion industry after telling Vogue about her prospective ambitions.
“I would love to do something in the near future,” she told the magazine when asked if she’d be interested in launching a fashion or beauty line, adding, “I really am thinking about it.”
Jenner also indicated an interest in the expanding menopause market, telling Vogue, “Menopause is a bitch.” Let me start with that.”
Kardashian fans would not be surprised if she entered the fashion industry, as the business genius helped develop many of her children’s lucrative companies, including Khloé’s Good American clothing line and Kim’s $4 billion Skims brand.
The mother of six is also involved in the cosmetics industry with her daughter Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics line and Kourtney Kardashian’s Lemme wellness brand.
Aside from her trademark news, Kris spent the last days of summer with her beau on a PDA-filled Italian vacation, followed by a wonderful night out at a Beyoncé event.
Keep an eye out for her prospective apparel line.