With the collection of fragrances called Diamond. Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe collaborated for the first time with 3 fragrances inspired by their fetish aromas and made by their care, distilled in bottles with clean lines.


While Kris and Kylie Jenner are putting a spotlight on their "Rise and Shine" meme as much as possible, the Kardashian sisters — Kim, Khloe and Kourtney— are working to promote their new product: fragrances! The three sisters partnered with Kim's KKW Beauty company to create a series of three fragrances, each reflecting the different styles and personalities of the women.

This collection is really special because it’s the first fragrance collaboration I’ve done with Kourtney and Khloe for my line. Each of the fragrances really capture us individually, Kim wrote on Instagram.

Three fragrances inspired by their favorite scents are personal mark of each Kardashian girls, from beginning to end as Kourtney Kardashian says on his Instagram. It is also on their respective Instagram that each of the sisters wanted to leave a note to share the inspiration of their own perfume.


Described as a "fresh white floral bouquet," Diamond - Kim's fragrance has a base of coconut milk cream, celestial white musk and solar white floral; it opens with a signature, tropical floral facing with wild armoise notes and sugar-coated ginger. There is a bouquet of ylang, orange flower and sampaguita bloom in the heart of the fragrance.

Khloe's, a pink hue, is defined as a transparent floral bouquet, "pink diamond lights us a room with hues of soft, romantic pink and nuances of sheer sensuality." Khloe said hers was "feminine, sexy and powerful" and was a mix of sweet flowers and musk while Kourtney's is a combination of golden berries, jasmine and vanilla that perfectly matches "my cheerful mood". All three wrapped in packagings with clean lines all in transparency and pastel colors in the image of diamonds.

KKW Fragrance's Kylie Jenner perfumes $40 each retail, or $110 each for a bundle of all three, and launches at 12 p.m. on Friday, August 23.

(Cover photo by Harper's BAZAAR Arabia)