The Kardashian/Jenner clan excel at creating successful businesses off the back of their brand name. Kim has made multi-millions from her tech adventures, Kylie has had similar success in the beauty game and Khloe's new line of denim, Good American, has consistently sold out since its release. However, the youngest Kardashian revealed that she suffered from anxiety over competing with Kylie in the business realm.
In a promo clip for an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Khloe tells Kourtney ahead of the launch of her denim brand back in October 2016, "There is so much stuff to do to prep for the launch of Good American and [my business partner] Emma made me really nervous telling me about this number and how hard it is to get that number." The number that Khloe was referring to was her target of selling 150,000 pairs before the end of 2016. "Now I'm nervous that I'm not going to make my investors and my business partner happy."
As the pair worked out, Khloe confided, "I feel so nervous. Kylie sells hundreds of thousands of units in like, what? Three minutes?"
The clip then cuts to an aside from the star who explains, "I know we're not necessarily competing against each other, but still, I have always been known as the fat sister and now that I'm over that I don't want to be known as the failing sister."
It turns out that Khloe had nothing to worry about, with Good American making Dhs3.6 million (USD$1,000,000) and selling out on its first day.