According to a report from Page Six, Kylie Jenner is now showing support for her parent, Caitlyn Jenner, except not with words, with fashion. The 21-year-old reality star finished off her Fourth Of July weekend the other night with new leisurewear.
In the video she posted on her social media, Kylie shows off her pink, blue, and purple sweatpants as well as her Uggs with the Pride Fluff Year slides, which cost around $100. Moreover, the slides feature the colors of the transgender flag. Jenner captioned the video with, “I need all the colors.”
As it was previously reported, Caitlyn first came out regarding her transgender status in April 2015 and conducted an interview with Diane Sawyer which subsequently became a national phenomenon. Moreover, just a few months after, she made her debut on the cover of Vanity Fair.
Apparently, Kylie isn’t the only one who rocks this style, as Selena Gomez and the Hadid sisters have been spotted wearing them as well. There’s no question that if Kylie is wearing them, there’s a good chance they’ll soon become a popular item.
With over 100,000,000 followers on her Instagram, Kylie Jenner has established herself as one of the most influential figures in the world, along with the rest of the family, including Kris, Kim, Kendall, Khloe, and Kourtney.
Last year, Kylie inadvertently sparked controversy when she was featured on Forbes Magazine listed as the first and youngest ever, female, “self-made billionaire,” a term that many people online weren’t happy with, considering the Kardashian family brand existed long before Kylie ever started building her Kylie Cosmetics company.
In other words, Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner were the ones to first launch the family into stardom back in the late 2000s with the rise in popularity of their E! Online series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which grew in ratings partially due to Kim Kardashian’s sex tape with Ray J.
After years of starring in a successful reality series, some social media users argue that Kylie merely leveraged the Kardashian brand and her massive exposure, which she never created.