One of Kim Kardashian West's new perfumes - the ones that put $5 mil in her pocket in just 5 minutes - uses a logo that belongs to a different company.at least according to a new lawsuit. Vibes Media alleges that KKW "has been marketing, promoting, and is now selling a Vibes perfume". Many of them promoted the product on their own social media.
Kim's Kimoji perfumes retail for $45 per bottle and are expected to sell out quickly, although sources tell TMZ she ensured there was more than enough to go around for the second line after her first perfume launch a year ago sold out nearly instantly, netting $10 million of sales in a day.
Kim Kardashian West can literally smell the money.
Kim's perfume bottle left and the Vibes Media logo right
Kardashian's company has been accused of stealing the logo for the Vibes fragrance from a marketing firm, according to documents obtained by the Blast. "The Vibes perfume comes in a bottle that is a close facsimile of the Registered Vibes Logo". Only Vibes is being targeted by Vibes Media in their court appeal.
Vibes Media's lawsuit, however, focused specifically on the Kimoji perfume, seeking both unspecified damages and an injunction to keep KKW Fragrance from continuing to sell the fragrance. As usual, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star relied on social media marketing for her product and didn't spend a dime on advertising.
Uhh, that's an interesting take for a family that shares just about everything!
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