Kim Kardashian and her sisters have reportedly been tapped to star in a Calvin Klein campaign. Perhaps one of the most famous set of siblings in the world, Kim and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, and younger half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, have risen to fame since their reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians first aired in 2007. Now, the blended family are all set to appear in a major project for Calvin Klein, which is helmed by one of Kim's go-to fashion designers - Raf Simons.
According to WWD, the Kardashians and Jenners have been photographed in underwear for the marketing imagery, with the shots due to appear online and in magazines from January. Insider sources also revealed that the girls' mother Kris Jenner may appear in the campaign, with it likely that the photographs will fit within Klein's ongoing Our Family. #MyCalvins theme.
Representatives for the Kardashian and Jenners have yet to comment on the report. However, the Hollywood stars would make a logical fit for the American brand, thanks to their interest in various fashion ventures and enormous online following, with each woman boasting millions of fans on social media.
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Introduced in November, the first chapter of the Our Family. #MyCalvins campaign was shot by photographer Willy Vanderperre. The imagery featured singer-songwriter Solange Knowles alongside her personally curated cast of performers, including Kelela, Dev Hynes, Caroline Polachek and Adam Bainbridge of Kindness.
"The talent featured will represent the bridging of several generations stylistically, musically and culturally. They will bring their stories to life as 'Our Family' with family and community at the epicentre of the conversation," Klein representatives said of the original concept behind the shoot.
The cast is featured wearing core styles of Calvin Klein Underwear and Calvin Klein Jeans, with the photographs running through the holiday 2017 season until the spring 2018 collections drop.