Kris Jenner files trademark for her OWN clothing line called 'Kristan' featuring caftans after launching kids' careers
KRIS Jenner has filed a trademark for her own clothing line called “Kristan,” featuring caftans and loungewear after launching her kids’ careers.
The Sun can exclusively reveal Kris, 66, filed a trademark for Kristan on February 25, 2022.
According to the United States Trademark and Patent Office, the mark covers “tops as clothing, bottoms as clothing, caftans and loungewear.”
The name of the company appears to be a combination of Kris’ birth name, Kristen, and caftan, a clothing item The Kardashians star often wears.
The trademark has been accepted by the office.
Kris launching her own clothing brand comes after years of the momager managing her children’s various brands.
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Some of the most successful brands Kris has helped launch include Kim Kardashian’s company SKIMS, Kylie’s Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Skin and Kylie Baby, Khloe’s Good American, Kendall Jenner’s 818 Tequila, Kourtney’s Poosh and Rob’s Arthur George.
Kris has even helped her young grandchildren set up their futures.
The Sun previously reported five trademarks in Rob and Blac Chyna’s daughter Dream’s name were filed in February 2019 under “Kardashian Incorporated.”
One of the trademarks is for “non-medicated skin care preparations” including “skin moisturizers, skin lotions, skin creams, skin cleansers, skin serums, facial oils, body oils, bath and shower gels, bubble bath and body powders,” according to United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Cosmetics is also under the trademark and include “fragrances, hair care preparations, hair styling preparations, nail polish, nail polish remover and nail care preparations.”
The second trademark covers clothes including “coats, dresses, footwear, headwear, jackets, jumpers, loungewear, rompers, scarves, shirts, sweaters, undergarments, socks, hosiery, swimwear, cloth bibs, gloves, sleepwear, one piece garment for infants and toddlers and costumes for use in children's dress up play.”
The third trademark covers advertising services such as promoting and endorsing the brands.
The trademark also includes: “Retail store services featuring gifts, general consumer merchandise, apparel, apparel accessories, toys, sporting goods, skincare and fragrances.”
The fourth trademark under the Dream Kardashian name includes “entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by a celebrity.”
The fifth trademark for the 5-year-old covers toy products.
The goods and services for the trademark include toy figures, doll accessories, dolls, playsets for action figures, bath toys, puzzles, party games, toy jewelery, puppets, children’s educational toys for developing fine motor and cognitive skills, musical toys, toy food, toy cookware, toy cameras, baby gyms, playground balls, sport balls and more.
Rob gave consent as the “parent of Dream Kardashian, a minor” for the “registration of Dream Kardashian’s name and/or nickname to Kardashian Incorporated.”
As The Sun has extensively reported, Chyna, 33, went to trial against Kris and Kylie, and Kim and Khloe after she sued the famous family for $100million in lost earnings.
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Chyna sued the reality stars for defamation and contract interference after claiming they had her E! show, Rob & Chyna, canceled after one season.
The jury sided with the Kardashians and Jenners after the trial, as Chyna was awarded no damages and vowed to appeal the decision.
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