Amidst Caitlyn Jenner’s groundbreaking Vanity Fair cover and Kim Kardashian West’s second pregnancy announcement, Khloe Kardashian is set to escape the family – jetting Down Under next month.
According to the dailymail, the 30-year-old fashionista will be visiting Australia in July to promote the children’s clothing range, Kardashian Kids, which she has designed with sisters Kim and Kourtney.
‘I couldn’t be more excited to announce @kardashiankids is coming to Australia at @bigwaustralia in August!! I’ll be heading down under next month to celebrate the launch! See you soon, Sydney!’ Khloe wrote on her Instagram account on Saturday.
She will indeed be coming to Sydney to help launch the young apparel collection as it expands its market to Woolworths’ Big W stores within Australia.
Kardashian Kids also made a similar announcement shortly after Khloe, in an Instagram statement that read: ‘ BIG NEWS!! Kardashian Kids is coming to AUSTRALIA, exclusively to @bigwaustralia this August! We’re so excited to bring the line down under. The collection for girls ranges from newborn to age 7!! More info to come!’.
Accompanied was a photo in which an Australian flag was laid out with a cute white embroidered blouse and matching shorts placed on top of it, next to furry kangaroo and koala merchandise.
Last month fashion designer Bruno Schiavi, who teamed up with the sisters five years ago to assist producing their Kardashian Kollections, told the Australian Financial Review the release of the children’s line Down Under is a positive for the business partners because he believes, ‘Australia has a real appetite for the girls [Kim, Kourtney and Khloe].’
‘The girls are real girls – they’ve grown up with them on TV and they feel they know them,’ he continued.
The designer added that it was an amazing feeling being able to share his ideas and branch out to his heritage.
‘To me Australia is a very important market,’ he added.
‘It’s obviously my home and I think there’s an appetite for the brand.’