Fashion Nova is known for its speed and it lived up to its reputation with Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner’s party dresses, which they reproduced within less than 24 hours of the Thursday night (August 8, 2018) event.
Kylie Jenner wore two different dresses for her birthday party, an event in Los Angeles attended by her boyfriend, Travis Scott, and her sisters, Kim, Kourtney, Khloé and Kendall, among others.
The dresses are now shown on the “coming soon” section of Fashion Nova’s site. Kylie’s “Twenty Fun” satin dress ($59.99) and “Birthday Bash” crystal romper ($34.99) and Kim’s “Cut to the Chase” mini dress ($29.99) are all available in sizes XS-3X. All three images show Fashion Nova’s mock up, plus the Kylie and Kim wearing their actual dresses.
There is no delivery date as of yet for the dresses. You can sign up to receive an email notice when they’re available to purchase.
The Kardashian/Jenner family has had a longtime partnership so it’s not too-too shocking that Fashion Nova jumped all over the dresses worn by the family’s two most famous sisters.
Kim’s dress was a “Yeezy custom” and Kylie’s crystal romper was designed by her stylist Jill Jacobs and produced by LaBourjoisieand, and given their custom nature it’s entirely possible Kylie and Kim worked in cahoots with Fashion Nova to quickly translate the silhouettes
However, Kylie’s pre-party, sexy magenta dinner dress was a custom design by Peter Dundas, who posted the dress on the label’s @dundasworld account. In an indication Dundas wasn’t thrilled by the copy, whoever manages the account liked a comment that read: “Fashion Nova already knocked this off less than 24 hours after debut. FUCK EM. Gorgeous gorgeous dress.”
Given all of the above, it will be interesting to see if all three dresses arrive on Fashion Nova at the same time or if the one by Dundas takes a bit longer.
Unfortunately for Dundas, there’s little he can do because it’s next to impossible to copyright clothing silhouettes. If nothing else, we think designers who dress prominent celebrities with Fashion Nova contracts should at the least build in a fee for the inevitable knock off.
Check out all the party dress mess below.