Now we get the see the final product of her Paris photoshoot!
“This one to me represents pure femininity; it’s really warm and inviting. I am super involved from start to finish — on bottle design to ad campaign. I had this really great honey idea, so we moved away from just florals.”
As for the bottle, it is a "soft, beautiful concept", according to Kim, and it has a bee, which she really wanted.
Pure Honey will be out in September, and will cost $55 for the smaller one and $68 for the larger. They also expect it to make $5 million in the first five months.
It’s good to see this more mature, maternal side of Kim, and we’re loving how the pics are natural and warm.
We can’t wait to get a whiff!
[Image via Nick Knight/Pure Honey.]