Kylie Jenner's efforts to trademark daughter's name thwarted by a clothing company

Carla Harmon
February 21, 2020

The talk show host has made a name for herself based on speaking her mind, and it's part of the reason her "Hot Topics" segment is so successful on her show.


Business Moves Consulting believes "it will be damaged by the registration of the trademark shown in application serial number 88/665,299 by Kylie Jenner for the identified goods and services and hereby opposes that application under the provision", said the filing with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In the video, Stormi looks lovable with a butterfly filter around her face while using the 2, large hoop earrings that state "Stormi" in the middle. You may see a photo of Kylie Jenner sitting at home looking like a boss below. Kylie didn't seem bothered by the comments as she ignored them and kept the photo on her feed. The make-up baron gave her fans a glimpse at her organized and colour co-ordinated shelves of lavish designer pieces through Instagram stories on Sunday.


Giving your children piercings and other body modifications is a tricky topic for lots of people-meaning even Kylie Jenner gets mom-shamed for Stormi's hoop earrings. But today, Stormi is two, and despite Jenner's busy schedule, she works hard to be the best mother she can be. Jenner doesn't finish her meaty drink first thing in the morning, she added, "I sip on it all day so I'll go through probably two jars". Along with her hair finished up into prime knots on both facet of the crown of her head, Stormi sported a pair of hoop earrings that had her identify written in them! "It's not about the style or the fact that she's wearing hoops, it's the danger of it". In a model new clip she posted to her Instagram story on February 18, the Lip Bundle mogul, 22, captured her two-year-old daughter, Stormi Webster, getting a bit sassy when Kylie wanted to take off Stormi's hoop earrings. "Are you serious?" Williams said to the haters.


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