Khloé Kardashian's Good American denim brand is raking in a lot of Benjamins. We mean, a lot.
The reality star claims to have broken some serious records with the launch of her apparel company this past October, selling an insane number of jeans in a single day. According to a December 6 release from the label, Good American raked in $1 million dollars within 24 hours of launching. If you do the back-of-the-envelope math, at an average price of $169 a pair, that comes to nearly 6,000 pairs sold on day one. Not bad, Khlo.
“After just over one month in the market, the pair [Kardashian and business partner Emma Grede] have proven Good American is the biggest denim launch in apparel history,” the statement reads.
But this is just the beginning, according to the reality star: "I'm so happy with the success we have had in the last month, but we have so far to go. This is only the beginning," the reality star, 32, said. "What's really encouraging is the customer response. When people try the jeans they fall in love. The reviews speak for themselves and that's something I am really proud of. We've created a product that works on a girl who's size 00 and looks equally great in a size 24."
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