The 39-year-old Kardashian Group will retool a line of clothing line on Monday, March 23, with 20% of the profits going to Baby2Baby and Corona’s emergency response program.
The fund provides the essentials for children and families affected by the outbreak, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.
On Thursday, actress Jessica Alba also pledged to donate 3 million diapers, in addition to tens of thousands of other baby items.
“Over the past five days, Baby2Baby has distributed over 1.3 million items including diapers, infant formula, hygiene, clothing, blankets and more,” the fund’s press release said.
Last week, Kim shared several photos to promote the restocking of her FIT Everybody SKIMS series, which ranges from XS to 4X.
Kim always shows pictures of her collection’s font she is wearing, and last week she posted a photo of the same set, writing: “So excited to announce that skims Fits Everybody Collection will be available soon!”.
“Our most sought-after lingerie has returned for the first time since its launch, every piece of fabric has been made of very soft and extends to twice the size, and was designed to fit every body.”
She added that the new range is available in 9 shades of XXS – 4X colors and sizes, starting on Wednesday, March 11 at 9 AM PST / 12 PM EST.
It is noteworthy that the reality TV star Kim Kardashian made an estimated two million dollars within minutes of the launch of her new clothes line in September last year.
The American star launched her new underwear line, SKIMS Solutionwear, on September 10, after angry claims that prompted him to change his name instead of “kimono”.
The new Kardashian group made huge sums within moments of its launch, and sources claim that the first day sales exceeded those of other well-established brands, and the official website of the new group was disrupted due to the massive traffic to the site.
Kim changed the new group’s name after being attacked by the Japanese for choosing a kimono, which they considered an insult to their culture, although she stated that her intentions were innocent when choosing the name.