Kim Kardashian surpasses younger sister Kylie Jenner on Forbes list of most wealthiest self-made women under 40.
Kylie Jenner is one of the youngest women made it to the Forbes list was billionaire till last year but this year Kim Kardashian‘s business profits have overshoot, Kylie.
Kim ranked at 24th position while Kylie could not cross 29th rank. Kim’s net collection is $ 780 million on the other hand kylie’s net worth is $700 million
Kim’s collection is $80 million greater than Kylie and thus Kim has made it to the top among the sisters.
Kim, recently in October has starred in GRAZIA magazine on the cover page. Moreover, amid the pandemic, when the life of every individual has been paused, she continues to work. She even confessed about the time when her husband got hold of novel coronavirus about how she dealt with it. Amid all the grim circumstances she came out with a fresh collection of shapewear brand SKIMS. SKIMS was introduced in the market in 2019 and this is one of the major reason in taking Kim at a higher rank in Forbes. Though there is more of it, at the beginning of 2020 Kim has made a huge profit by selling out her shares around 20 per cent in the company to Coty industries which is a well-established company in making cosmetic products. , fragrance, skin, hair brand globally. Kim has also gained a total of 190 million Instagram followers which she can also add in her 2020 achievements. He even shared a post thanking her followers for supporting her and also encouraged everybody for voting. Kylie was announced as a billionaire in 2019 but soon the news of her misguiding the Forbes came out and consecutively her net value got a major setback of about $200 million whose worth now is just $300 million.
There is no denying that both the sisters have seen negative impacts of a present health crisis on their respective business but ultimately 2020 has been proved a favourable year for Kim. Kim is further planning to expand her business apart from current aspects and looking forward to a wider approach.
When asked about keeping up with the Kardashian reality show, Kim said that the show will go off air in 2021.