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“Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star Kim Kardashian West to make a comment about the “second chance” story.
Kim Kardashian-West, has reacted to the “cultural appropriation” controversy surrounding her new line of shapewear, which she has called “Kimono.”
The reality tv star released a statement acknowledging the opposition, and the focus that they have no plans to change the name of its new line of.
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“I don’t understand, and I have a deep respect for the importance of the kimono in Japanese culture, and have no plans to design or to get all of the clothes that would be in any way similar to, or dishonor, to the traditional attire. I made the decision to change the name of my business has changed over time, and not to disconnect the word from the Japanese roots, but as a tribute to the beauty and the detail that goes into a piece of clothing. The filing of a trade mark is a source identifier, that will allow me to use the word in front of my corsets and a lingerie line, but that does not preclude or restrict a person, in this case, the make has changed over time, or with the use of the word has changed over time in terms of the traditional clothing. My solutionwear brand has been built on integration and diversity is at the core of it and I’m incredibly proud of what’s to come,” the entire statement to the New York Times newspaper are also provided.
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Although the Kardashian-West is not the first launch of a product, with the use of the word has changed over time, that is, on Twitter, and were immediately appalled by the celebrity’s decision not to use it for its underwear line.
In this area, the name even came up with a hashtag “KimOhNo” as a play on the pronunciation of the words.
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A petition calling on the Change.org it is also started demanding the Kardashian-West name to be changed. On Friday morning, the petition had nearly 27K signatures in the 35K signature of the target.