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Khloé Kardashian celebrated a new endeavor on Tuesday night at The Grove shopping center in Los Angeles. The reality TV star was on hand to officially launch her new denim line, Good American, which is online and at Nordstrom stores.

For the big event, Kardashian paired jeans from her collection with a Gooseberry Intimates lace bodysuit and shoes by Olgana Paris.

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Khloé in her Good American jeans and Olgana Paris sandals.
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Khloe Kardashian Good American Launch
A close-up of Khloé Kardashian’s Olgana Paris sandals.
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The $835 Olgana Paris L’Amazone sandals added some flair to her somewhat causal ensemble. The shoes are detailed with mink fur trim, an asymmetric slingback strap and a slim stiletto heel.

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Olgana Paris L’Amazone sandals.
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Sister Kim Kardashian West is also a fan of the Olgana Paris shoes; she was spotted in the same style this summer.

On Tuesday, Kardashian was joined by her mother, Kris Jenner, and sister Kourtney Kardashian. Good American co-founder and business partner Emma Grede was also on hand as she and Kardashian addressed the crowd.

“I think what was so crucial to Emma and I, is creating a designer denim that was still trendy and cool and edgy that went into a variety of sizes that for some reason, the market feels like they don’t need to produce, which is really unfair,” said Kardashian, according to People.

Good American is a denim brand made in Los Angeles and is designed for a curvier shape — available now in sizes 0-24.

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