Kylie Jenner Files A New Trademark For Potential Company Geared Toward Baby Products
According to a report from TMZ.com, Kylie Jenner is slowly moving into the business of baby gear. The reality star turned beauty mogul filed trademarks for "Kylie Baby," meaning she'll likely have products coming down the line for children and babies.
Among the things she'll sell, includes baby furniture like cribs, changing tables, baby walkers, and bouncers. The star also intends to move on to other products such as non-medicinal skin care preparation like skin moisturizers, lotions, and similar items.
In other words, the 20-year-old near-billionaire is gearing up to take over a few other key industries; not just reality television and makeup. As it was previously reported, Forbes Magazine dubbed Kylie as one of the youngest "self-made" billionaires during the summer of last year.
Many took issue with the use of the term "self-made," due to her already enormous status and privilege before first becoming a beauty/make-up mogul and social media icon.
Moreover, some users criticized the fact that she hadn't even reached the billion-dollar mark yet, as her company neared the number 1 billion, but didn't reach it exactly.
Kylie Jenner and her man, Travis Scott, the Astroworld rapper, had their baby last year following months of rumor and speculation. Since then, Kylie has continued her reign on social media along with her sisters, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kendall, and Kourtney.
There's no question, however, the Kardashians have their fair share of haters and critics, who frequently take it upon themselves to criticize whenever they find the chance. One such media figure is Jameela Jamil, who recently took Khloe to task on social media for supposedly failing to disclose all of the things the reality star does on the side to look beautiful; surgery, diet, nutrition, among them.
While Jameela's intentions are probably good, some people on social media suggested she came off a bit jealous. On the other hand, Jameela's comments reflect an often used criticism: that the Kardashian and Jenner family promote unrealistic standards of beauty in society.