Kylie Jenner wears L’Afshar to wrap up filming of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’

Kylie Jenner showed off the L’Afshar Ida bag in beige croc. Instagram
Kylie Jenner showed off the L’Afshar Ida bag in beige croc. Instagram
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Updated 14 January 2021

Kylie Jenner wears L’Afshar to wrap up filming of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’

Kylie Jenner showed off the L’Afshar Ida bag in beige croc. Instagram

DUBAI: Kylie Jenner loves her some L’Afshar. The beauty mogul and reality television star has been seen championing the Dubai-based accessories label’s box-shaped handbags and clutches on several occasions, including during paparazzi strolls, on the red carpet and even on the last day of filming “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”

The youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan uploaded a carousel of pictures of herself on Instagram this week, showcasing an all-white ensemble that included a creamy, leather Zeynep Arcay trench coat, a corset top and matching trousers from Helmut Lang and L’Afshar’s Ida bag in beige croc, that she picked to close out the last day of filming on the reality television show that catapulted her and her family into the spotlight.

She completed her glamorous outfit with beige Bottega Veneta mules and diamond-encrusted drop earrings.

“Last day of filming,” she simply captioned her Instagram post.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Lilian Afshar, the designer behind the brand, is known for her unique, structured designs and use of marbled resin and intricate mirror-work.

The Ida Croc bag has been worn by more than a few Hollywood celebrities, including Lili Reinhart, Laura Dern and Rachel Bilson. However, those aren’t the only A-listers who seem to be huge fans of the label — Bella Hadid, Beyonce and Alicia Keys have all been spotted wearing the brand.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The 23-year-old entrepreneur isn’t the only celebrity fan of the label, her older sister Kendall Jenner has also been spotted clutching a bag by L’Afshar in recent months.

The family announced that “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” will be ending its run in a statement in September.

“It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye,” Kim Kardashian West and other members of the extended Kardashian-Jenner family said in the statement.

“We’ve decided as a family to end this very special journey,” said their social media statement, without further explanation about the move.

The final season is set to air in 2021.

The series, which debuted in October 2007, begot 12 spin-offs, including “Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami" and “Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian.”

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Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jassmi releases ode to Saudi Arabia

Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jassmi is the latest superstar to join forces with Pepsi. Instagram
Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jassmi is the latest superstar to join forces with Pepsi. Instagram
Updated 24 January 2021

Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jassmi releases ode to Saudi Arabia

Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jassmi is the latest superstar to join forces with Pepsi. Instagram

DUBAI: Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jassmi has partnered with Pepsi. The hitmaker who gave us “Boushret Kheir” and “Ahebbak” will drop a new song, written by Saudi Arabia’s renowned poet Prince Badr Bin Abdul Mohsin, as a tribute to the Kingdom. Entitled “Hay Hal Sot,” the new song was revealed on Pepsi’s official YouTube channel this week. 

“Music brings people together – it bridges gaps and connects us with people and places far beyond our language or place of origin,” said the award-winning singer in a statement. “This song in particular, captures our love and respect for the Kingdom, its thriving culture and incredible people.”

Of working with Prince Badr Bin Abdul Mohsin, Al-Jassmi revealed that “the creative process and experience has been extremely rewarding.”

A music video for “Hay Hal Sot” is set to accompany the song. 

Mustafa Shamseldin, chief marketing officer for Africa, Middle East & South Asia at PepsiCo, said, “Saudi Arabia is an extraordinary country – rich in history, culture and arts. The song – a love tribute to the nation and its people reflects the spirit of the Kingdom and reminds people of its beautiful roots in poetry.”

It’s not the first time that Pepsi has worked with a renowned artist — the brand has worked with the likes of Beyoncé and Taylor Swift in the past.