Kylie Jenner Played Tennis in Head-to-Toe Chanel with a Chanel Racket

Kylie Jenner posted a new Instagram photoshoot set on a tennis court Monday, in which she wore head-to-toe Chanel—and carried a Chanel tennis racket.

beverly hills, california february 09 kylie jenner attends the 2020 vanity fair oscar party hosted by radhika jones at wallis annenberg center for the performing arts on february 09, 2020 in beverly hills, california photo by axellebauer griffinfilmmagic
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  • Kylie Jenner posted a new Instagram photoshoot Monday, with a distinct tennis theme.
  • Jenner wore head-to-toe Chanel—and carried a Chanel tennis racket.
  • The racket retails at $2,499, according to Jenner style trackers @kyliejennercloset.

In your guiltiest fantasies of possessing extreme wealth, what do you envision yourself spending it on? Houses? Cars? Clearing the medical debt of strangers? A head-to-toe Chanel tennis ensemble, complete with Chanel branded tennis racket?

In a new series of Instagram photos posted Monday, Kylie Jenner wore the latter! Posing on a tennis court, she wore a black Chanel knit crop top with matching high-waisted trousers, carrying a wooden Chanel-branded racket. It's unclear whether any tennis was actually played, but the aesthetic was certainly convincing.

A couple of weeks ago, Kylie also posted a Chanel tennis ball to her Instagram Story, so clearly this is something of a regular pastime:

kylie jenner tennis ball

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According to Instagram style trackers @kyliejennercloset, you'll struggle to buy Jenner's outfit yourself—the combo's sold out pretty much everywhere. If you've got a hankering for a luxury tennis racket that you may or may not actually be able to play tennis with, though? You're in luck! You can buy it from One Kings Lane—for a mere $2,499.

Speaking of extreme wealth: In March, Forbes named Jenner the youngest self-made billionaire for the second year in a row, after she became a billionaire in 2019 at the age of 21 thanks to her Kylie Cosmetics business. The magazine faced widespread criticism for branding Jenner a "self-made" billionaire, with many noting the enormous leg-up she received from her very famous, very wealthy family. Forbes' 2020 take: "Despite a lot of help from her famous family, she didn’t inherit her business—she built it."

Of the astronomical success of Kylie Cosmetics, Jenner told Forbes last year, "I didn’t expect anything. I did not foresee the future," adding, "But [the recognition] feels really good. That’s a nice pat on the back."

"I see [Kylie Cosmetics] going very far,” Jenner told the magazine. "I work really hard."

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