Kim Kardashian has suggested that she may have a swimwear range in the pipeline, sparking excitement from her fans.
In a reply to a fan who tweeted “S W I M B E R L Y”, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star replied “S O O N C O M E”.
The official Twitter account for SKIMS, Kardashian’s underwear and shapewear brand, appeared to firm up the theory when it replied her tweet with a series of black heart emojis.
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Launching her own swimwear is not far out of the realm of possibility for Kardashian, as her trademark application for SKIMS in 2019 included swimwear, swim caps and beach cover-ups.
Fans reacted swiftly to her tweet to show their excitement. One person said: “I was seriously thinking about how I wish ya’ll had swimwear.”
Another said that a swimwear line by Kardashian would be “so fire”, while others suggested the name “SWIM by KIM”.
The tweet comes as the businesswoman is in the middle of rebranding her beauty line, KKW Beauty.
She announced that the brand would temporarily stop operations in August to relaunch “a completely new brand with new formulas”.
“On 1 August midnight we will be shutting down the KKWBeauty.com site so that we can come back to you under a completely new brand with new formulas that are more modern, innovative, and packaged in an elevated and sustainable new look,” she wrote on Twitter in July.
Kardashian added that the product range for KKW Beauty would be expanded and that her team was “hard at work to improve the customer shopping experience”.
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Earlier this year, reports suggested that Kylie Jenner may be thinking of launching a swimwear collection after the 23-year-old filed legal documents to trademark “Kylie Swim” and “Kylie Swim by Kylie Jenner”.
The documents, reportedly encompassed bikinis, cover-ups, footwear, swim goggles, floats, and towels. Beach bags and backpacks were also included in the trademark application.
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