Kylie Jenner looks incredible in a tiny silver metallic bikni

Kylie Jenner took to Instagram to share a slew of sizzling swimwear snaps taken while on a girls’ beach trip to a mystery idyllic location. The make-up mogul looked incredible as she displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a tiny silver metallic bikni from Dolce And Gabbana’s 2006 Spring Summer collection, while posing on a lavish yacht.

It comes after it was recently claimed that Kylie has filed legal documents to trademark the brand name Kylie Swim by Kylie Jenner. In the new Instagram post, Kylie displayed her very ample assets in the tiny triangle bikni top and showcased her washboard abs in matching skimpy bottoms.

The KUWTK star styled her wet raven locks back and she added a touch of glamour with eye-catching silver statement earrings as well as matching body chain from Lili Claspe. Kylie, who also wore a touch of radiant make-up, knew how to work her best angles as she posed up a storm on the back of the luxury yacht.

The make-up mogul shared three sizzling snaps of herself in the swimwear, which she captioned: ‘Beach you to it.’ She later added photos to her Instagram Stories that showed her jumping into the water. Kylie is currently enjoying a luxurious getaway with a group of her friends to celebrate her pal Yris Palmer’s birthday and she has been documenting their stay on Instagram after arriving via private jet.

Only recently, the entrepreneur revealed that she had overhauled her workout routine and last week she said that she has turned to working out twice a day to keep her sensational figure. Kylie later added that she had adapted her diet after welcoming her daughter Stormi, three, in 2018.

She said: ‘Honestly, it’s all about diet for me. I’m naturally just a really skinny person…like [sister] Kendall Jenner, but not like Kendall – she’s naturally like, model status. But, yeah, I always had a really flat stomach, but I never felt it went back to before Stormi until recently. And I feel like it has a lot to do with diet.’

It comes after it was recently claimed that Kylie has filed legal documents to trademark the brand name Kylie Swim by Kylie Jenner. Kylie already runs Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin. If she does become a swimwear designer, this will be her first attempt at designing clothing on her own.


In the past she has overseen a line of clothing with sister Kendall Jenner called Kendall + Kylie. The two have also worked together with Pac Sun for casual clothing. The only other person in the family who makes clothing is Khloe Kardashian with her Good American brand, which has jeans, tops, workout clothes and shoes, among other items.


It was reported on Monday that the youngest Kardashian-Jenner was trademarking her name for a swim line. TMZ broke the news after reportedly discovering the paper work. The site reported this includes a line of sunglasses, swimming googles, beach bags, cover-ups, and footwear.



Kylie, who often sizzles in biknis on social media, is also said to be preparing to launch headwear, towels and outdoor blankets under the brand. Kylie had been given the title of the world’s youngest self-made billionaire by Forbes in 2019 but had the title removed after the publication claimed that she ‘inflated’ figures about her business affairs.


Kim Kardashian previously defended her half-sister on the issue, claiming that Kylie hasn’t had any of her success ‘handed’ to her after her appearance on the cover of Forbes’ America’s Richest Self-Made Women issue. The curvaceous beauty shared:

‘You know, everyone has a team, I don’t care who you are. But when you don’t get it from someone else, that’s self-made. She made her own money for over a decade, she put it in the bank, she saved every nickel.

‘And then, when she decided on what she wanted to do, she spent her money on a venture that could have gone south or north, and it did really well.’ Kylie shares daughter Stormi, three, with on-off beau Travis Scott, 28, with whom they’ve been spending quarantine as a family.






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