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Friday 29 August 2014

Khloé Kardashian praises Rob's design flair

Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian has praised her brother Rob's "fabulous" sock line, Arthur George.

The younger brother of Kourtney, Kim and Khloé has branched out into designing his own range of hosiery.

His company is called Arthur George and features a host of colourful and patterned socks, as well as tights, anklets and knee high styles.

Khloé took to her official website to gush about Rob's successful collection.

"I am so proud of my little brother, Rob, for making his dreams come true and coming out with this fabulous sock line, and I’m so proud of my little sisters for modeling them so beautifully! (sic)," she gushed.

Kendall and Kylie star in the ad campaign for Arthur George, posing in basic T-shirts wearing brightly coloured socks from the range.

Khloé posted a picture of the ad, which also features two other female models.

The star - who owns clothing boutique D-A-S-H with her sisters Kourtney and Kim - also plugged the hosiery collection on the website.

"There are already so many cute, comfy styles available on the Arthur George website, but they’re releasing even more on July 1st at Neiman Marcus stores!" she exclaimed.

"To get more information, follow Arthur George on Twitter and Instagram!"

Rob previously revealed he felt left out as his three older sisters have launched hugely successful careers in the fashion and beauty business managed by their mother Kris Jenner.

“When there’s a business opportunity, all my mom cares about is the three girls," he said on an episode of hit reality TV series Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

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