Kim Kardashian New Fragrance Bottles Inspired by Paris Robbery

Kim Kardashian New Fragrance Bottles Inspired by Paris Robbery

Kim Kardashian New Fragrance Bottles Inspired by Paris Robbery

On the same day her new scent was slated to launch, Kardashian confirmed the gender of her third child on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Most will remember the shocking robbery that Kim endured in Paris past year, where multiple armed robbers entered her hotel and held her at gunpoint while they took her jewellery.

Kim was traumatized by the ordeal and said a friend bought her healing crystals which helped her recover from the horrific incident.

The crystal-shaped perfume bottles in boxes surrounded by smaller rose quartz-like pieces will go on sale tomorrow on her site, kkwfragrance.com, for $35-60 a bottle.

Kimmie will be launching three gardenia scents later this afternoon - Crystal Gardenia, Gardenia Citrus and Gardenia Oud.

The scents, she says, have been developed to be "calm and healing", so that users can experience the same effect that crystals had on Kim, on themselves.

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The Fragrances will be available in two sizes and only 300k units will be sold.

The launch could amass $14 million if it sells like her KKW Beauty makeup line, an insider told TMZ on Wednesday.

"Fragrance is harder [to sell], but makeup is difficult, too, because you don't really test the product". And last night in Los Angeles at the launch dinner for KKW Fragrance (it's out today), Kardashian West stepped out in a deceptively simple white dress with clever design cues hinting at that old world style.

But Kardashian's massive Instagram following must act fast.

Kardashian West slipped into Dolce & Gabbana's curve-hugging dress for her big night. "At the baby shower, I was like, 'I just want everyone to write a name on a little tile and see if there is something that sticks, '" she said.

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