More Than Just Bimbo’s

Briana Randall

Staff Writer 

The Kardashians and Jenner women are often criticized for being famous for doing nothing but nothing is the last thing they do.

If you know me, you know I am a huge fan of the Kardashian family and their younger siblings Kendall and Kylie Jenner. I’m always keeping up to date with the six of them, through entertainment news, Instagram, and even Snapchat.

Now, when I usually discuss them the conversation goes one of two ways: the other person loves them as much as I do, or they claim to hate them and go off on how they do nothing or are famous for nothing. That’s normally when things go south for the conversation.

Usually when people throw out remarks like such I assume they probably just read the tabloids, which typically bash the six women and talk about their scandalous actions – which are completely false.

The six women are one close knit family, but individually each one of them is working their way to the top. Here’s an inside scoop of what each Kardashian and Jenner woman are really up to.

Most recently, you’ve probably seen more and more of the Jenner sisters, but that’s all due to Kendall starring in the 2015 annual Victoria Secret Fashion Show. Kendall has been modeling since 2009 when she signed with Wilhelmina model agency.

At 19 years old, Kendall was noted as the youngest member of Forbes magazine’s World’s 21 Highest-Paid Models ranking. Now, she has banked more than $4 million in this year alone. Kendall holds an Estée Lauder cosmetics contract and a Calvin Klein deal and has since then modeled for Fendi, Marc Jacobs and Karl Lagerfeld.

On the other hand, her younger sister Kylie has just graduated high school this past July. Kylie also seems to follow in her older sister’s footsteps by becoming an entrepreneur with Kylie Hair Kouture by Bellami, a hair extension line.

Moving on together, the two sisters also wrote a science fiction novel titled, Rebels: City of Indra, in 2014 and have an ongoing collection with PacSun clothing store.

Many of you know Kim as the paparazzi princess now married to Kanye West, but if you look at Kim’s history she was a somebody before her scandalous video release. Sadly, most people most people truly believe that that’s where she began, but she’s been working to make something of herself since finishing high school.

In the early 2000’s Kim styled socialite Paris Hilton for a minute. From there Kim grew to become a TV star, entrepreneur, fashion designer and author. Kim is also huge on supporting different causes.

Following behind was her younger sister Khloe, who is known by many as the funniest sister. Besides being funny, she is very hardworking woman. Khloe even had her own radio talk show and modeled for PETA, the largest animal rights organization in the world.

As for Kourtney, she’s the oldest of the three, and somehow still manages to work alongside all her younger sisters. Kourtney is also big on charity work and donates to Elton John AIDS Foundation, Soles4Souls, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Last but not least is Kris, who’s not only the mother of all five women, but their manager too! Kris has also had her own production company and hosted a daytime talk show, “Kris.”

The six women together have starred for 11 seasons on E! Entertainment reality series, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” From there, spin-offs like “Kourtney and Kim Take New York” and “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami” have begun.

The three eldest sisters now have several Dash Stores holding up a very successful clothing line, rising to the top. Behind them, their little sisters are climbing the ladder behind them. So hopefully you can see the Kardashian women are famous for much more than nothing.

Brianna Randall

A cum laude graduate of the 2017 class, Briana Randall is continuing her education with a master’s in communication and media with a digital media specialization. Working as the administrative graduate assistant, Randall is the first to welcome students and visitors to the College of Communication and Design. Through her studies, she hopes to expand her skillsets as a correspondent and for future work in the television and media industry.

One thought on “More Than Just Bimbo’s

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *