Kim Kardashian jetted out of Berlin on Wednesday after making an appearance at the Super Return International conference.
The reality TV star, 42 — who launched her own private equity firm last year — showed off her famous backside in a skintight dress as she arrived at the airport.
She was flanked by security and an airport staff member held the door open for her. Kim carried her cellphone in hand as it wouldn’t fit inside her $5,000 mini Chanel vanity bag.
The SKIMS founder’s long, raven hair looked freshly blown out and she sported her signature glam makeup. Kim and former Carlyle Group Inc partner Jay Sammons launched SKKY Partners in September with the intention to invest in ‘growth-oriented, market-leading consumer and media companies.’
Jay infamously helped Scooter Braun purchase the rights to six Taylor Swift albums from Big Machine records in 2019 — something singer has publicly slammed.
Scooter then sold the masters for $300 million to a private equity firm the following year.
Along with being SKKY co-founders, Kim and Jay are also co-managing partners.
Keeping things in the family, the KUWTK alum’s mother Kris Jenner is a firm partner.
‘I’m excited to launch SKKY Partners to invest in the next generation of consumer brands, leveraging my experience founding and building global businesses and partnering with innovative companies to help them grow,’ Kim said in a September press release.
‘I look forward to working closely with Jay and our team to identify distinctive investment opportunities and build the firm’s portfolio of world-class companies for our investors.’
Kim’s co-founder Jay got his start at JP Morgan before becoming a 16-year veteran of the multinational investment firm, Carlyle Group Inc, which manages $376 billion worth of assets.
He has also invested in major brands like the streetwear giant Supreme and Dr.Dre’seless headphones, Beats By Dre.
Jay served as Carlyle’s global head of consumer in media and retail until his departure in August 2022.
According to WSJ, Jay is a close friend of the Kardashian-Jenner clan and reportedly pitched the private-equity firm idea to Kim and Kris in early 2022.
But the billionaire’s ever-expanding business endeavors haven’t stopped her from frequently posting for her fans on social media.
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