Haute 100: Kim K. Is Helping You Communicate With New Line of Kimojis


If you’re looking for a haute, new way to communicate your emotions, don’t fret Kim Kardashian-West heard your cries. Haute 100 lister and new mom-of-two has unveiled her latest foray— Kimojis. Yes, the queen of transparency has released her very own set of emojis.

In Kardashian-Jenner form, the 35-year-old shared the news via her social media handles (Instagram and Twitter). The collection includes a manicure, a text bubble saying “Basic,” a crying face, a waist trainer, a hair dryer, Kardashian-West on a stripper pole, her contoured face, a middle finger, of course her famous derrière, and another essential staple a selfie, among other things.

This is not the first time Kardashian-West has cemented her feet in the tech industry. Kanye West’s wife first ventured into the tech realm when she debuted her mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Earlier this year, Business Insider reported the app had 28 million downloads and 11 billion minutes of play since it launched last June. It is also on track to rake in over $200 million.

In July, the reality star took the stage at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre to be interviewed by retired judge LaDoris Cordell as part of the INFORUM series by the Commonwealth Club’s Innovation Lab. At the INFORUM, Kardashian-West discussed a number of things including her app and social media.

In September the Kardashian-Jenner Klan debuted a suite of subscription-based lifestyle apps. By that afternoon, all four apps (Kim, Khloe, Kendall & Kylie) shot to the top of Apple’s App Store charts. Kylie, whose app was the most downloaded free app in the U.S. for two straight days. Kylie’s app was downloaded 1.75 million times during the first week of availability. Her sisters Khloe Kardashian’s app had 498,000 downloads while Kim Kardashian’s app saw 477,000, according to mobile app data firm Apptopia.

Check out the kimojis below.