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Kim Kardashian is collaborating with Winnie Harlow on a new collection


TextAlex Peters

However, not everyone is pleased with the new KKW Beauty collab

Say what you will about Kim Kardashian – the woman works hard. It seems like every week there’s a new KKW Beauty collection, with the controversial Body CollectionSooo Fire collection and the 90s collection all coming in quick succession. Now, the reality star has just announced her next batch of products – and this time it’s a collab with model Winnie Harlow. 

Taking to Instagram to make the big reveal, Kardashian announced that she has teamed up with the model on a collection that includes an eye shadow palette, highlighter duo, and lip glosses. “I’m so excited to announce my new KKW x WINNIE Collab!!!” Kardashian wrote. “@winnieharlow is someone I admire and respect so much. She’s the definition of a true beauty.”

However, the collection has been causing some drama among fans, many of whom are not pleased with Kardashian’s choice in collaboration.

"I couldn’t think of anyone more undeserving," commented one follower. “Kim you could’ve collaborated with anyone OTHER than her... ugh,” said another.

“I don’t support Winnie so this will be the one collection I won’t get”

“We don’t even like her, sis. This gonna be the least sold palette you’ve made.”

“She’s not a nice person why is everyone supporting her? kim i love u but no”

“Winnie Harlow is such a horrific model to work with. So rude and ungracious.”

Of course, many other fans are excited about the upcoming collection. “Winnie is my baby! Absolutely Beautiful & I’m so proud of her GROWTH” wrote one follower, while another simply said “This is gonna be ICONIC.” 

The collection will launch on Friday 13 September and will be available on kkwbeauty.com

In other KKW Beauty news, it was recently announced that the brand will soon be available in at Ulta stores around the US this autumn, thus joining sister brand Kylie Cosmetics and marking the first time the brand has a permanent physical outlet.

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