Khloé Kardashian has been accused of selling a runway piece by Christian Cowan on Kardashian Kloset, her family’s clothing resell site.
Christian allowed Khloé to borrow the piece and expected it to be returned.
Since the call out, the piece has been removed.
Some of the coolest things about being a celebrity are (1) they have a sh*t ton of money to buy clothes whenever the hell they want and (2) fashion designers allow them to borrow clothes so they can look red carpet ready, even while we’re all home social distancing. The Kardashians are well aware of this, as they frequently wear designer clothing and other luxury items, but Khloé Kardashian is now running into trouble because she faulted on proper clothes-borrowing etiquette.
On Instagram, fashion designer Christian Cowan put Khloé on the spot for not returning a dress he loaned her to wear. And to make matters worse, Khloé put his garment on Kardashian Kloset, the Kardashian and Jenner’s fashion site where they list previously worn clothing for sale. Christian posted his findings to his Instagram Stories, writing, “@khloekardashian why are my runway samples I loaned you being sold on your website? We emailed 3 times and had no response.” Awk.
This isn’t the first time Khloé has faced clothing-related accusations. Back in 2017, she came under fire for stealing Destiney Bleu’s designs, the designer of the famous d.bleu.dazzled sheer rhinestone bodysuits.
Khloé started selling a replica of Destiney’s design in her Good American line, and Destiney later revealed she sent Khloé one of each item of hers with receipts from November 2016 to back up her claims. “When someone buys 1 of everything on your site, has you make them custom @dbleudazzled work, never posts it or wears it, then copies it,” Destiney wrote on Twitter.
As of right now, the Christian Cowan dress is nowhere to be seen on Kardashian Kloset, so it’s very likely that Khloé’s team took it down from the site. Now let’s see if she actually returns the dress!
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