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ECAS Cinema: Kim Kardashian's new company accused of stealing the logo

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New Delhi, India: Since its launch, Kim Kardashian’s cosmetics company, KKW Beauty, has been compared to Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty. But despite them being both ran by the celebrities, the beauty brands are vastly different, with vastly different products, models, and marketing—until now.

Last week, Kim teased her latest KKW Beauty Product, her Ultralight Beams lip gloss in Peach, with a Twitter video of a model with gap teeth applying the gloss on her lips. The video was immediately compared to a Fenty Beauty commercial from December featuring the brand’s signature model, Slick Woods, who also has a gap in her teeth. The commercial featured Woods applying lipstick in a similar way as KKW Beauty’s model while giving the camera kisses and pouts.

Chicago's marketing company has accused America's reality TV star Kim Kardashian West's perfume company of stealing the logo. Vibes Media has charged Kardashian's perfume line 'Kimoji Vibes' for copying his speech bubble logo.

- Marketing company Vibes has just blamed the shadow of his Kimoji Vibes perfume bottle.

- The spokesperson of the Vibes Company says, "Keeping up with the Kardashian star Kim has no right to accept our permissions without using our logos that we have been using for many years."

- Kim has launched three new fragrances in its new perfume line - Kimoji Cherry, Kimoji Peach, and Kimoji Vibes. This whole perfume line was sold out within 5 minutes of launch.

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