The latest f*ck up? Kendall and Kylie's newest handbag design, shaped like a Chinese take-away container with the words 'KK Express - Los Angeles, CA' written across the front. Sure, there are questions of cultural appropriation here, but it's the name of the design that's pissing people off most, the 'Lee Leather Clutch', which uses a popular Asian last name which is just downright offensive tbh.
Then there's the fact the design looks suspiciously similar to a bag designer by Kate Spade back in 2014:
But that's not all these gals have been in hot water for. No sir, that's just the start. Only recently Kendall and Kylie were forced to pull their new line of ‘vintage tees’ for insensitively imposing their faces over the top of music icons such as Notorious B.I.G., Pink Floyd and the late Tupac. Srsly tho, who even approved it?
The pair then took to Twitter to share an apology message to fans and family members of the icons:
Here are all the other times the Kardashian and Jenners royally fucked up in the fashion world.
When Khloé Kardashian was accused of copying an independent designer’s bodysuits:
Koko was accused of ripping off the designer Destiney Bleu’s embellished bodysuit design after ordering multiple custom garments from the label, but then never wore the custom suits and later released a similar style for her Good American fashion label.
Khlo's design is on the left, and Destiney's on the right.
The time Kendall Jenner stepped out wearing a confederate flag like it was NBD:
Granted, the tee was based on the band Lynyrd Skynyrd, but the flag itself has been associated with radical racists in the US, such as the KKK and skinheads.
When Kim Kardashian stepped out wearing a dress with Virgin Mary on the front:
The kontroversial outfit choice came days after Kim’s Kimoji line came under fire for selling a candle with Kim’s face imposed over the Virgin Mary’s:
When Kylie Jenner was accused of copying Destiny’s Child famous camo bikini design:
To be fair, there is kind of a resemblance...
Before an independent designer stepped forward claiming the theft was actually from their brand, providing pics of their supposed email correspondence before the release.
When Kendall Jenner came under fire from dancers for dressing up like a ballerina for a shoot:
How about that time Kylie Jenner shared a selfie of her wearing cornrows?
Amandla Stenberg was so outraged by the pic she commented, “When u appropriate black features and culture but fail to use ur position of power to help black Americans by directing attention towards ur wigs instead of police brutality or racism #whitegirlsdoitbetter”.
Or when Khloé Kardashian thought it would be a good idea to wear Bantu Knots:
According to Us Weekly, Khloé originally posted the photo with the caption, "Bantu Babe," and then promptly deleted it and posted another photo captioned: "I like this one better."
Of course, we can’t forget Kendall Jenner’s god-awful Pepsi ad, from start to finish:
To refresh your memory, the ad showed protesters across the US marching, but rather than using the platform to promote any real social concern, such as the Black Lives Matter movement, it simply implied that Pepsi was the answer to the world’s problems.
Or when Kylie Jenner reportedly ‘stole’ a NZ blogger’s look at Coachella:
While the brand behind the bikinis, Discount Universe, claims Kylie Jenner was one of the first to receive the set and couldn’t have copied New Zealand blogger, Brit Day’s, look, it still ‘caused a heap of dramah online because of the near-identical hair sitch.