Khloé Kardashian Tried To Sell A Loaned Christian Cowan Dress For Over A Thousand Dollars

July 21, 2020 / Posted by:

Khloé Kardashian got into a little spat about money with designer, Christian Cowan, over the Kardashian Kloset. The Kardashian Kloset sounds like a krypt where the Koven keeps the jars holding the souls of their victims, but it’s actually where they sell their hand-me-down designer clothes. But Christopher Cowan spit at Khloe after a dress he loaned her ended up for sale on the Kardashian Kloset. The Koven possibly pulling a grift. I never!

Page Six says that Christian hit at Khloé on his Instagram Stories and posted a screenshot of his dress up for sale on her site, adding the question:

“@khloekardashian why are my runway samples I loaned you being sold on your website? We’ve emailed 3 times and had no response.”

A similar dress from Cowan’s Spring 2020 collection retails for $1,950 and Khloé’s minions were selling this one, which was probably covered on the inside with lead-based orange point, for $1,300. What a bargain! Page Six soon heard from an insider (Kris Jenner should just use her name at this point) who told them it was all a misunderstanding, “The dress was gifted to her through her stylist without a mention of a loan and it was never asked to be returned.”

The Christian Cowan dress is now no longer on the site and a rep for the designer had no comment.

Us Weekly says that when the Kloset was launched it was said to be a way “to share a part of the Kardashian Jenner family lifestyle by offering you the opportunity to own one of a kind items, while promoting sustainability.

And it is sustaining… Khloé Kardashian’s face. All that face maintenance costs money. Like, Khloé Kardashian is probably the one person alive whose Madame Tussauds wax figure looks more like the real her than current Khloe.

She probably just sells her free clothes as part of her own personal series: Keeping Up With My Dermatology Bills.


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