So much for the protective older brother …
Kylie, left, and Kendall, right, model. (Twitter)
Kendall and Kylie donned button-down shirts and colorful knee-high socks alongside three other models in the shoot, which Kendall documented in video clips on Keek. (Mom Kris Jenner posted pics on Instagram, like any proud mom would when her daughters go pantless in public.)
"We're having a good time," Kendall said with a laugh, after introducing her big brother.
Rob Kardashian (WireImage)
Arthur George — which combines Rob's middle name, Arthur, with his late father's — offers socks and leggings from $14 to $38 at upscale department store Neiman Marcus. They come in a variety of heights, colors, and patterns, and some have phrases like MILF or DILF written on the bottom. Classy, right?!
Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe's younger brother explained last year that socks are only the beginning of what he has planned for his business.
"Eventually there will be pajamas and probably handkerchiefs," he told Racked. "You have to start small."
Kardashian will face one less obstacle on his way to retail success now that a judge has dismissed criminal charges against him. The charges stemmed from an altercation with photographer Kassandra Perez, who claimed that Rob allegedly struck her and took her camera card when she caught him outside his gym in March. The two settled a civil lawsuit last month, and according to E! News, misdemeanor criminal charges of battery and petty theft have now been thrown out.
Adding to Rob's chances of domination in the hosiery department is the fact that the women in his family, including Kendall and Kylie, have been known to sell a thing or two themselves in the past. That entrepreneurial spirit just runs in the family …
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