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It was just last year that mega-influencer Kylie Jenner made a name for herself as the youngest person on Forbes‘ fourth annual ranking of America’s Richest Self-Made Women , and now at 21 years old, Jenner is officially the world's youngest self-made billionaire.Forbes cited the influencer's cosmetics line as the reason for her exponential growth. The publication estimated that revenue for Kylie Cosmetics has climbed 9% last year to an estimated $360 million. "With that kind of growth, and even using a conservative multiple from the booming makeup industry, Forbes estimates Jenner’s company is worth at least $900 million," wrote Forbes, which totaled her estimated fortune at $1 billion today.Like most of her family members, Jenner has dabbled in a series of brand endorsements and partnerships in both the fashion and beauty categories over the years, making her no stranger to the footwear biz.Last summer, she was named an Adidas ambassador (she previously had made a million-dollar deal with Puma, but things ended after two years). Jenner also has a fashion line that specializes in clothing and footwear with her sister Kendall Jenner, who also has a deal with Adidas.In addition, Kylie Jenner's beauty line, Kylie Cosmetics, has had rapid success since its launch in 2015. The reality TV star also has numerous endorsements via social media.Here's a deeper look into what made Jenner the self-made billionaire she is today.She's Got a Foot in the Shoewear Industry as a Brand AmbassadorLike the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, the young billionaire has signed deals with a few sneaker companies. In 2016, she reportedly signed a $1 million deal with Puma, launching herself as a brand ambassador in the footwear industry.Last summer, Jenner decided to sign with Adidas and created a line featuring Adidas Originals' Falcon sneakers. The decision marked yet another Jenner signing with the brand (Kendall also has an Adidas deal). And the E! family's association with Adidas also includes her brother-in-law Kayne West, who famously teamed up with the brand on his massively successful Yeezy line.Her Clothing and Shoe Line With Her Sister Is MajorThe Jenner sisters' joint clothing, accessory and shoe line is also a hit. Kylie was just 15 when the two launched the fashion line at PacSun in 2013. The brand has now expanded to Amazon and multiple department stores. According to WWD, the line sold wholesale in 390 locations in the U.S. and 975 worldwide in 2017.For their range of shoes, the sisters teamed up with Marc Fisher Footwear Ltd. Last year, the Kendall + Kylie line sold global distribution rights to Montréal-based bootmaker Pajar Canada last year.Kylie Cosmetics Sold $54.5M Worth of Products in Six Weeks at UltaJenner's makeup line is a huge factor in her billionaire status. Most of the marketing for her company is primarily done through social media, making her a savvy entrepreneur who's tapped into the late millennial and Gen Z market. Her product launches are directly announced via Instagram and Snapchat to her millions of digital followers.She teamed up with Ulta last year, giving her a brick-and-mortar presence to court more consumers. Jenner is now working with Ulta on setting powder, eyeshadows, powders and bronzers.Keeping Up With the Kardashians Has Earned Her Major CashIn October 2017 it was announced that the Kardashians scored a $150 million joint deal when they renewed their contract for E!'s hit reality TV show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Although it's unknown how the money for the show is split between the family, the deal alone is a big number. Jenner also had a spinoff show called "Life of Kylie," which premiered in 2017 but only had one season.She's a True InfluencerLike her other family members, Jenner is a true influencer. She consistently endorses brands both on social media and offline. Such endorsements include SugarBearHair vitamins, Fashion Nova and Lokai jewelry, to name a few. She also scored No. 1 on the Instagram Rich List, which was a ranking of the highest-paid people on the photocentric app. The list was curated by U.K.-based IG scheduling tool Hopper HQ.Jenner reportedly charges up to $1 million per sponsored post. The beauty titan's high-demand rate has surpassed that of Selena Gomez Cheap Nike Flywire , who ranked No. 2 at $80,000 per post, and even her sister, Kim Kardashian, who ranked No. 4 at $720,000. Sneaker Politics is expanding.Storeowner Derek Curry confirmed with FN that he is opening a new Sneaker Politics location in Dallas. The store is scheduled to open in the summer.The 3,400-square-foot store, located at 2822 Main St., will sit in the city's popular Deep Ellum entertainment district. It will be surrounded by several other cool destinations such as BrainDead Brewing, baseball bat company Warstic (co-owned by White Stripes frontman Jack White) and a skate shop that's new to the district, The Point.“If you go on the weekend, it’s hard to get an Uber to even drop you off on the street we’re on because there’s so many people walking and hanging out," Curry told FN.While scouting possible storefronts in Dallas, Curry said locals recommended checking out Deep Ellum, an area he admitted to falling in love with upon his first visit. While making his rounds, he noticed there were no major boutiques nearby, but almost everyone was wearing great sneakers."I asked everyone, ‘Where did you get those?’ Everyone was telling me different websites or StockX," Curry said. "I was like, 'There’s nothing here, but everyone wants the product. There are no sneaker boutiques that have top-rated product.' There was a void in the Dallas market."What also encouraged Curry to open in Dallas is being in an area that's in the know when it comes to kicks, a new experience for the storeowner."When I opened stores in Louisiana, we had to educate the customer most of the time. But it seems like Dallas is already up on sneakers," Curry said. "They were talking to me about Acronym [Nike] Prestos and different brands. And a lot of the kids I spoke with knew about [Sneaker Politics] already."Although he's opening a Sneaker Politics store in Deep Ellum, he said he has no plans to open another Regime store, his high-end banner, in the district. (Curry opens Regime doors in cities with existing Sneaker Politics locations.) He said he would, however, consider opening a Regime storefront somewhere else in Dallas.Curry has Sneaker Politics doors throughout Louisiana (Lafayette, Baton Rouge and New Orleans) and one in Austin, Texas. He also has a Regime door in Lafayette.Want more?Why Louisiana's Favorite Sneaker Boutique Is Crossing State LinesKyrie Irving's Next Nike Shoe Revisits His College Basketball DaysAdidas Announces Equal Pay Bonuses for Women's World Cup Winners

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