As a certified billionaire, there are few business avenues that Kylie Jenner hasn't tried. Though she's done a lot (including creating a massive makeup line and unveiling a coordinating skincare line), Kylie is always working on the next, big thing. And if you thought that she might take it easy in 2020, think again, because, well, a festival devoted to all things Kylie could be coming soon.
According to Dazed Digital, attorney Josh Gerben reported on Twitter that Kylie had recently filed three new trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Reportedly filed on January 9, the trademarks were for the names Kylie Con, Kylie Kon, and Kylie Museum.
As the video from Gerben explains, Kylie's filings contained more information about her purported purposes for the event. Under the Kylie Con banner, she clarified in her trademark that she intends to hold special events that would possibly include a class on beauty care. The Kylie Con and Kylie Kon trademarks also covered clothing items and cellphone cases. This could mean she intended to hold an event that offered Kylie Con merch.
Of course, nothing is confirmed by Kylie herself, so until we hear otherwise, the trademarks remain just filings. And as we know, this isn't the first time that Kylie has filed a trademark for something new. Back in May, she had reportedly filed paperwork for a line of haircare products.
As wild as the idea of a museum for Kylie might sound, a convention devoted to all things lip kits isn't entirely out of the question. Prior to some of her past makeup releases, the star would hold small pop up events, and if her party planning for Stormi's first birthday was any indication, one thing is sure — should Kylie Con ever happen, it'll be epic.
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