Kim Kardashian Files Four Trademarks For Skincare And Toy Lines Under North West’s Name

March 27, 2023 / Posted by:

Nepo babies aren’t just getting roles they don’t deserve in Hollywood movies or record deals their vocal cords don’t back up. They also get LLCs, bitch! Kim Kardashian has filed four trademarks for her 9-year-old daughter, North West, who is, I guess, going to be selling skincare to the people. I mean, if you think a CHILD knows anything about skincare, you are an idiot and deserve to have the Kardashian Koven siphon away your money.

The Sun says Kim has been holding onto some trademarks for her kids for a while. She’s had trademarks for the kids since at least 2019, when she filed trademarks for North and 3-year-old Psalm. Kim also shares two other children with Kanye West; 5-year-old Chicago and 7-year-old Saint. Unclear if she has trademarks for them as well, but Chicago will be hard since it’s a city (didn’t think about the marketing aspect when they named her, silly choice, Kris Jenner is probably displeased).

But not with North, who is big business on TikTok and thus can reach a broader audience than any of Kim’s other children. Kim has filed four new trademarks, which may mean she’s ready for North to start earning her keep enter into the family business. The family business is, of course, selling people useless and overpriced shit that is already produced by other companies.

Kim has been prepping North for her successful future as she filed four new trademarks in her daughter’s name all on March 10, 2023.

The first trademark filed is for “non-medicated skin preparations, skin moisturizers, skin lotions, skin creams, skin cleansers.”North’s beauty line also plans to expand into: “Skin serums, facial oils, body oils, bath and shower gels, bubble bath, body powders, cosmetics, fragrances, hair care preparations,” and more.

The Hulu star also plans for North to build her own toy business empire, as a second trademark details “toy figures, doll accessories, dolls, drawing toys, infant toys, mechanical action toys, play sets for action figures, soft sculpture toys, bath toys,” and more.

Her toy company may also include: “Children’s educational toys for developing fine motor and cognitive skills, musical toys, toy food, toy cookware, baby gyms, playground balls, and sport balls.”

North’s third trademark promises advertising services and her fourth includes “entertainment in the nature of providing information in means of a global computer network in the fields of entertainment and pop culture.”

SERUMS?! Bitch, this is so problematic. Either it’s problematic because a 9-year-old is allegedly selling grown people skincare like she knows fuck all. And if this is not the case, then what, she’s selling skincare to CHILDREN?! Kids don’t need skincare serums–they still have active collagen pumping through their bodies!

Kim also re-upped a bunch of Psalm’s trademarks from 2019 at the end of last year, filing 12 trademarks (TWELVE!) for a whole plethora of bullshit:

The reality star’s first of 12 trademarks announced “non-medicated skin care preparations; skin moisturizers; skin lotions; skin creams; skin cleansers” and other various cosmetics.

The second filing included: “Probiotic supplements; nutritional supplements; vitamins; baby diapers; baby cloth diapers; anti-inflammatory ointments; baby food; infant formula.”

Psalm’s third trademark contains: “Strollers; stroller covers; children’s car seats; fitted covers for children’s car seats.”

The fourth promised “clocks; jewelry; watches; keychains” while the fifth dabbled in “calendars; books; magazines and periodicals in the fields of music; entertainment” and more.

The sixth trademark stated Psalm’s business future could include “baby carriers worn on the body; all-purpose carrying bags; backpacks; handbags; tote bags; purses; wallets; bags for carrying babies’ accessories; diaper bags” and more.

Psalm’s seventh trademark branched out into “furniture; cribs; baby bouncers; baby changing mats; baby walkers; mattresses; cushions; nursing pillows; foot stools; mirrors” and more.

Similarly, the eighth filing revealed: “Textiles for home furnishings, namely, household linens, bath linens, bed linens, kitchen linens, and table linens; drapery; afghans; throws; comforters; bed blankets; baby bedding, namely, swaddling blankets, crib bumpers” and more.

However, Kim’s ninth trademark for her son included various clothing items such as “coats; dresses; footwear; headwear; jackets; jumpers; loungewear; rompers; scarves; shirts” and more.

The tenth included “toy figures; doll accessories; puzzles; party games; toy jewelry; puppets; hand-held units for playing electronic games; children’s educational toys for developing fine motor and cognitive skills” and more.

Psalm’s eleventh and twelfth filings promised “advertising services, namely, promoting the brands, goods, and services of others; endorsement services” and “entertainment in the nature of providing information by means of a global computer network in the fields of entertainment and pop culture; entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by a celebrity.”

Obviously, Kim is not the only Kardashian-Jenner who is out here filing trademarks for their kids. Kylie Jenner has also had trademarks on Stormi for years and filed three new ones for “Stormi World” last August.

I don’t know why I’m actually so shocked that North could be starting work at the tender age of 9–she has a whole mall in her backyard. She’s had the retail industry injected into her blood at birth.

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