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Khloe Kardashian Net Worth

Khloe Kardashian is one of the most well-known celebrities in the world. She has starred in several reality TV shows, including Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami. In addition to her television work, Kardashian has also ventured into business, launching a clothing line and appearing as a spokesperson for various brands.

Net Worth

As of 2022, Khloe Kardashian’s net worth is $50 million. She has earned her fortune through her work in television and fashion, as well as through endorsement deals and other business ventures.

Kardashian is one of the wealthiest members of the Kardashian-Jenner family, with a net worth that trails only her sister Kim.

Early Life

KhloeKardashian was born in 1984 in Los Angeles, California. She has two older sisters, Kourtney and Kim, and one younger brother, Rob. Her parents divorced when she was young, and she was raised by her mother, Kris Jenner. Kardashian attended the all-girls Catholic school, Marymount High School. After graduating from high school, she enrolled at the University of Arizona but dropped out after one semester to pursue a career in television.

Career

Khloe Kardashian first gained public attention when she and her family starred in the reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which debuted on E! in 2007. The show chronicles the everyday lives of the Kardashian-Jenner family. In 2009, she and her sister Kourtney starred in their own reality show, Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami. The following year, she launched her own clothing line called “Kardashian Kollection.”

In addition to her work on television and in fashion, Kardashian has also appeared as a spokesperson for various brands, including Skechers and Sugar Factory.

In 2015, Kardashian debuted her own talk show, Kocktails with Khloe. The following year, she became the executive producer of the reality TV show Rob & Chyna. In 2018, she launched her own beauty line, called “Good American.”

She has won several awards for her work on television, including a People’s Choice Award and a Teen Choice Award.

Kardashian has also written two books: a novel called Dollhouse (2011) and a self-help book called Strong Looks Better Naked (2015).

Personal Life

Khloe Kardashian was married to NBA player Lamar Odom from 2009 to 2016. The couple has no children together.

In April 2019, Kardashian welcomed her first child, a daughter named True Thompson, with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson.

Kardashian has also been open about her struggles with fertility and has been candid about her use of IVF to conceive her daughter.

Kardashian has said that she would like to have more children in the future.

Spending Habits

Khloe Kardashian is known for her love of luxury brands. She has been spotted carrying bags from Gucci, Hermes, and Louis Vuitton.

Among her expensive purchases are a Toy Bently, and $12,500 Playhouse for her daughter True.

Her luxury car collection includes $350,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith, $450,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan, and $450,000 Lamborghini Aventador LP 740 Roadster.

In 2014 she spent $7.2M to purchase Bieber’s home in The Oaks, a gated community in Calabasas.

Cultural Appropriation Controversy

In 2016 fashion designer Marc Jacobs sent a group of models down the runway for his Spring fashion show in multicolored rainbow dreadlocks.

There was backlash that Jacobs had styled his — mostly white — models in the traditional black hairstyle, and jumped to accuse him of cultural appropriation.

Critics questioned why Jacobs didn’t just use black models on the runway, as they wouldn’t have needed the fake dreads and would redress some of the perceived racial bias in the fashion industry.

Khloe’s sister Kendall also walked in the Marc Jacobs show, wearing the controversial dreadlocks.

And then Khloe joined in, posting a photo of herself with the rainbow hairstyle to promote her fashion blog article about Spring’s “hottest” beauty trends.

And many people were furious that, despite the backlash against the hairstyle in Marc Jacobs’ fashion show, Khloe brazenly repackaged an important part of black culture as a kind of novelty to promote herself.

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