Kardashian sisters shunned as just TWO people queue up for their new clothing range

November 8, 2012 | by | 0 Comments
Kim Kardashian's new clothing range didn't get off to a great start in Glasgow

Kim Kardashian’s new clothing range didn’t get off to a great start in Glasgow

The Kardashian sisters were given the bum’s rush – after just two people queued for the launch of their new clothing range.

The Kardashian Kollection, designed by reality TV sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney, went on sale to the public at Dorothy Perkins in Glasgow at 8am.

They had a red carpet rolled out in anticipation of the event but the launch failed to create a buzz amongst shoppers on the opening day.

Sisters Nina and Ruskana Din, from the West End of Glasgow, showed up early expecting a lengthy queue – but were stunned to discover they were the only people there.

Nina, 30, said: “We came here early because we thought there would be a big queue but we were surprised there wasn’t a bigger crowd.

“Usually the launch of a range gets a crazy turnout.”

Ruskana, 29, added: “We love the Kardashian style. It’s different from what you would normally get on the high street. The clothes are quite classy and stand out more.

“We bought bags and blouses and spent around £200 each.”

Coming in sizes 8 to 16, the range features ‘bodycon’ dresses, clutch bags, pencil skirts and high heels priced between £30 and £75.

The three sisters star in fly-on-the-wall show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which has helped them become one of the biggest brands in America.

Kim, 32, is believed to have a personal fortune of £22 million and recently started dating rapper Kanye West.

Shopper Lauren Anderson, 23, who arrived later, said: “I love the Kardashians and I think their style is fabulous. I watch the TV programme all the time.

“I bought the leopard print dress because it is lovely on your figure and makes you look slim. It cost #40 which I think is very cheap for such good quality.”

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