Khloe Kardashian serves as model for her own designs in new images shared to Instagram on Wednesday.
The 38-year-old Revenge Body host showed off her very toned body, which have been hard won with 6am workouts in a gym with a personal trainer.
This post comes after news Kardashian’s Good American line is launching in Sweden and Germany.
Slim is in: Khloe Kardashian serves as model for her own designs in new images shared to Instagram on Wednesday
The fashion brand with inclusivity – which offers denim, bodysuits and co-ords in sizes 00 to 32 – will launch their wares on H+M’s website.
It is part of their ‘H+M with Friends’ initiative.
Emma Grede – who co-created the line with the The Kardashian star and SKIMS with her older sister Kim Kardashian, 42. – said: ‘We’re so excited that Good American is the latest addition to ‘H+M with Friends’.
Now in black and white: The 38-year-old Revenge Body host showed off her very toned body, which have been hard won with 6 am workouts in a gym with a personal trainer
Good American has always been more than just a fashion brand, it’s a platform for inclusivity, diversity and body positivity and H+M’s new multi-brand retail concept aligns with our brand ethos of championing all women, challenging the industry norms and encouraging our customers to feel empowered when shopping.
‘Joining the H+M family means that our customers will now have wider access to the Good American brand in new locations across Europe through a new and inspiring place to shop.
‘We can’t wait to introduce Good American to H+Ms customer base to see how they style the brand in their own and unique way.’
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‘Sylwia Wennberg from the clothing chain said: H+M with Friends is an exciting concept that allows us to expand the H+M world.
‘By inviting other brands into the H+M space, we can offer our customers an inspiring experience.
‘We are very proud of our partnership with Good American since the brand shares our ethos of diversity and truly empowers women to feel their best.’
Khloe looked especially glam on Tuesday morning at 6 am.
The diva was fully made up with massive and painted lips as she had her hair nicely fluffed for a workout. Her attire was chic too as she donned a plunging white tank top. The star was on a stair step machine as she bobbed up and down.
This comes the morning after she hung out with sister Kim at a high school basketball game.
A very kissable mouth: Kardashian looked especially glam on Tuesday morning at 6 am
The siren has not admitted to getting lip fillers, though she has said that she got a nose job recently.
Khloe looked chic at the game in orange tinted aviator glasses and a black jacket with her wavy honey blonde hair worn down.
Koko added a black beanie as she flashed her long red dagger like nails while holding a red lollipop
She was with sister Kim as well as Kim’s daughter North, nine.
Lippy for a Tuesday: The 38-year-old diva was fully made up with massive and painted lips
They watched Bronny James, Bryce James and Kiyan Anthony (the sons of NBA icons LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony) play in Los Angeles.
Kim wore an army-print top, green tracksuit and trainers.
Her tresses were styled in soft waves as she embraced her firstborn daughter during a break in the game.
Hugs: Khloe was with Kim at a high school basketball game on Monday night
North looked adorable in a black hoodie and jeans as she planted a kiss on her mother.
They were also joined at the game by proud mom LaLa Anthony, who was watching son Kiyan, 15, play.
The James’ brothers’ Sierra Canyon beat Anthony’s Christ the King 62-51 to move to a 7-1 record for the season.
While the result may have mattered to some of the crowd, the majority were just there to see the sons of NBA legends LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony face off 21 years after their famous fathers first played each other.
Among the star-studded audience was Scottie Pippen, Scotty Pippen Jr, Kenyon Martin, Penny Hardaway and Juju Watkins.
The game was broadcast live to the nation on ESPN2.