Kim Kardashian wants her SKIMS Solutionwear line to be fully inclusive. The 39-year-old mom of four tells E!: "I have been asked a lot about the men's question and I would love to do that and I hope that we're working on that soon. There's some fun stuff in the works."
Her current line of SKIMS for women is inclusive for women of all sizes and skin tones.
"It was really important for me because I'm not even that dark, but if I was tan, I could never find a color in my shade," she said about her line. "And so I would always find myself dyeing my shapewear in teabags and coffee bags to get a darker skin tone that would blend in more with my skin. So I could only imagine what an issue other people would have not finding their colors if I couldn't find mine. So I really wanted to come up with a solution for that."
Four new pieces, skips and skirts, were launched Wednesday.
ON KYLIE AND THAT BLINGY RING
Kardashian also reacted to her sister Kylie Jenner's move to sell 51% of her makeup to Coty, which snagged her $600 million.
She told ET: "I'm so proud of her. To think in her early 20s, she built a business off of something that she first was insecure about and finding confidence and, you know, just tapping into that and figuring out how to make an amazing product and just being true to herself and doing what she loves to do, that's so inspiring and so amazing and I'm so proud of her."
She also addressed fans who were confused by a massive engagement ring she wore in a recent KKW Fragrance ad. Did she get her $20 million ring back, stolen during the infamous Paris robber?
Nope: "I borrowed all jewelry from Lorraine Schwartz. It was nice to borrow it all and it was nice to give it back to her."