Making A Splash! Kim Kardashian Basically Just Confirmed She's Working On A Line Of Bathing Suits
After expanding her shapewear line Skims to include loungewear and everyday clothing, Kim Kardashian hinted that her next venture will be bathing suits!
When a fan tweeted the phrase, "S W I M B E R L Y," the reality star responded, "S O O N C O M E."
The official Twitter account for Skims added to the speculation by commenting three black heart emojis.
According to reports, when the mom-of-four filed a trademark for the Skims name, it included categories like swimwear, beach cover-ups and swim caps.
Younger sister Khloé Karadashian recently added swimsuits to her Good American line, but as we've seen, the siblings don't mind sharing space in the same industry, as both Kim and Kylie Jenner have found success in the makeup business.
Last month, Kardashian's company KKW Beauty announced they would be temporarily shutting down in order to rebrand. Some believe the change is to remove the "W" from the name as she filed for divorce from Kanye West in February.
"To our loyal customers, it all started with a contour kit and expanded to eyes, lips, body, and many incredible collections over the past four years," a message from the company stated. "On August 1st at 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."
In April, Forbes declared that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was officially a billionaire, in large part due to her makeup brand and Skims line.
The year prior, she sold a 20 percent stake of her cosmetics line to Coty for $200 million.
Next on the businesswoman's list is opening up her own law firm — though first, she has to pass the "baby bar" exam, which she failed the last time she took it.
"I just hope that one day I can start a firm that will help with prison reform," she explained. "I would love to hire these men and women that are behind bars because they know the law better than most lawyers."