Kylie Jenner launched her new Skin line with a party that gathered a gaggle of Kardashian-Jenners — and did you think the billionaire beauty mogul fed her guests some ho-hum fruit platters and cheese boards or something? Yeah, that would be a no.
Kylie showed off the look inside the minimalist pink party space, noting with an enthusiastic squeal on her Instagram stories that it looked "so cute" while surveying the room.
She showed off some of the nosh offered inside: Think comfort foods like cheese pizzas, presented in pink cardboard boxes, and cheese fries, presented in pink fast-food-esque sleeves. All of the items, of course, were branded with Kylie's new Skin logo.
Hm, why does this look familiar? Yes, that's because it all looked similar to the food Kylie served at the carnival-theme bash for daughter Stormi Webster (which will go down in history as the most over-the-top first birthday party of all time). There, amusement-park-inspired fare included the same fries and pizzas... only served up in Stormiworld boxes instead, a riff off daddy Travis Scott's Astroworld tour.
There were also sushi rolls wrapped in pink rice...
... and there was ramen served out of Kylie-branded containers, offered with pink chopsticks. After all, nothing says "walking around in a party comfortably in a borrowed outfit while holding a drink and hugging people" like ramen!
Kylie also served up cocktails in juice containers... which belied their boozy contents. Think juice bottles labeled "Coconut Crush," filled with tequila, lime juice, coconut liquor, rose water, and raspberry liquor.
Of course, there were sweets, too. (What's a Kardashian occasion without cake after all?)
Kylie's brand logo topped vanilla cupcakes that circulated in the crowd...
...and pink ice cream topped with pink sprinkles dripped from waffle cones.
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