KYLIE JENNER BRINGS HEAT TO INSTAGRAM
Kylie Jenner shared a sultry snap, in which she is only wearing a high cut bodysuit, with her many Instagram followers yesterday. The 22 year old did not just spend time posting never before seen hot pics to instagram, She has donated a million dollars to doctors fighting the coronavirus and will be having her Kylie Cosmetics factories producing hand sanitizer.
CHECK OUT PHILLIP LIM’S ARCHIVE SALE
Phillip Lim is having whats called an Archive sale, and its definitely worth it to check out their website. The designer has brought back both men and women collections and exclusive treasured pieces from the past at a discount rate of up to 75% for a limited time, which now gives you a chance to get an item that you might have missed or could not afford at the time. This definitely helps to build some spirits while we are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Phillip Lim started his label 3.1 Phillip Lim in 2005, Lim has remained at the forefront of the fashion conversation for a decade and a…
KIM KARDASHIAN ANNOUNCES THAT SKIMS DONATED $1 MILLION TO FAMILIES AFFECTED BY COVID -19
Kim Kardashian brand SKIMS announced yesterday a $1 million donation to families affected by COVID-19. SKIMS will restock the original collection they launched with on March 30th, and by doing so, will help assist families affected by the global pandemic. As reported Kim pulled in $2 million in just a few minutes after the launch of Skims. In addition to Skims, Kim also has KKW Beauty and KKW Fragrance, as well as a major player on the reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
THE FASHION WORLD HELPS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19
The fashion brands have also taken steps against fighting the coronavirus. Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation will be donating $10 million to coronavirus relief efforts, Ralph Lauren also announced on Instagram, adding that the brand is also starting the production of “250,000 masks and 25,000 isolation gowns. Christian Siriano the fashion designer revealed that he and his team “made 1,000 masks in three days to help with the shortage for medical workers. Luxury goods company LVMH, which owns some of the biggest fashion houses including Louis Vuitton, Dior and Givenchy, announced that they would dedicate their fragrance facilities in France to making free hand sanitizer for public health officials in…