Kourtney Kardashian shows off aging lines and wrinkled toes and feet in new rare unedited close-up clip
KOURTNEY Kardashian showed off the wrinkles on her toes and feet in a new unedited video.
The Hulu star promoted her new clothing and merchandising line, Lemme.
On Saturday, the brand official instagram shared an ad featuring the Kardashians star to tease her upcoming release.
In the brief clip, Kourtney, 43, was seen riding a lime green and pink dirt bike through the desert.
She sported a rainbow of colors – including an open green blouse over an orange top, with turquoise pants underneath.
She modeled her BMX skills by jumping off a low ramp.
At one point during the promo, the camera captured Kourtney’s bare feet and polished toenails.
Kourtney spun the pedal with her foot before stomping on the sand.
The TV personality’s toenails were painted light pink with the word, Lemme, spelled out in blue polish on her big toe.
Her other nails had little stars in varnish.
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The video seemed unprecedented, capturing Kourtney’s natural skin and the imperfections of her feet.
Kourtney’s hands were also highlighted as the camera zoomed in, gripping the handlebars.
The Poosh founder’s nails were painted the same way as her toes.
She also wore the million dollar engagement ring given to her by her husband, Travis Barker, 46.
Earlier this week, The US Sun exclusively revealed Kourtney’s secret plans for Lemme shortly after her announcement.
According to official documents obtained by The US Sun, Lemme will include production of “bags, purses, totes, wallets, clutches and apparel.”
Other categories included in the mark are listed as “games, toys and sporting goods”.
The US Sun also revealed that Kourtney enlisted the help of her friend, Simon Huck, owner of successful PR firm Command Entertainment Group in New York.
Kourtney teamed up with Simon’s New York company to help promote Lemme’s launch — and he even left a cheeky comment in his post.
The US Sun has learned that the model is also secretly developing a new brand of vitamins called Unplug.
While Lemme’s brand covers clothing and merchandise, Unplug deals with vitamins and pharmaceuticals.
Unplug’s trademark is intended to cover the categories of “vitamins, supplements, vitamin-enriched foods and beverages, and vitamin cases.”
The secret mark also includes: “Adhesives; chemicals and chemical compositions; drugs and pharmaceutical preparations; dental, medical and surgical appliances; foods and food ingredients; cosmetics and toiletries, and detergents and soaps.”
The Unplug trademark also covers: “Dietetic substances adapted for medical use; baby food; plasters; materials for dressings; material for filling the teeth; dental wax; disinfectants; preparations for destroying vermin, fungicides and herbicides’.
Although Lemme and Unplug were filed on the same day, it is unclear if the two branding companies are related.