- Two-time Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim has designed a full collection of snowboard apparel and accessories for sportswear brand Roxy.
- The Chloe Kim Signature collection, which was launched globally on the brand’s website on Nov. 9, features colorful pullover jackets, full-zip jackets, insulated snow pants and technical snow pants, among others.
- Kim told Forbes that designing clothes was “something I always wanted to do and it was such a dream of mine and for it to finally happen when I was 19, I was just so excited.”
- In an interview with Bazaar, she revealed that the inspiration to incorporate “pastel and fun colors” in her first collection came after fashion designer Cynthia Rowley advised her to make things that she would want.
Olympic snowboarding star Chloe Kim is now officially a fashion designer.
- The Asian Hall of Fame will be inducting 23 honorees in two separate ceremonies in November.
- The first ceremony will be held on Nov. 12 at the Alex Theater in Glendale, California, and will feature 17 inductees, including six-time Grammy winner Daniel Ho, two-time Grammy winner Tia Carrere, Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim, Sen. Tammy Duckworth and the band Hiroshima.
- The Founders Gala, to be held on Nov. 18 at Sky View Observatory in Seattle, will honor six inductees, including Daniel Pak and Soundgarden’s Hiro Yamamoto.
- Previous notable inductees include Hollywood legend James Hong, Nancy Kwan, Brandon Lee, Steve Aoki and Ken Jeong.
The Asian Hall of Fame is set to induct nearly two dozen honorees who have become leaders and trailblazers in their chosen disciplines.
The award body, which aims to elevate Asian excellence across different fields, will be holding two separate ceremonies in November to honor this year’s inductees.
‘Those motherf*****s really did it’: Asian American celebs condemn SCOTUS overturning of Roe v. Wade
- Several Asian American celebrities reacted to Friday’s historic Supreme Court overturning of Roe v. Wade, with some condemning it as “devastating” and “backwards.”
- With the ruling, access to abortions is no longer considered a constitutional right, meaning the individual states now dictate reproductive healthcare.
- Actors and athletes took to social media to express their contempt at the overturning of half a century’s precedent on reproductive rights.
- In a back to back Instagram post, journalist Lisa Ling wrote that “guns have more rights than women in America,” also adding that it was “time to rise up.”
- The news was expected by many considering a leaked draft of the decision was widely circulated previously in early May.
Several Asian American celebrities reacted to Friday’s historic Supreme Court overturning of Roe v. Wade, with some criticizing it as “devastating” and “backwards.”
With the ruling, access to abortions is no longer considered a constitutional right, meaning the individual states now dictate reproductive healthcare.
- Two-time Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim plans to take a full season off from competition to prioritize taking care of her mental health.
- Kim still plans to compete, however, in the upcoming Milano Cortina 2026 Winter Olympics.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim plans to take a full season off from competition to prioritize taking care of her mental health.
The snowboarding star revealed her plans in an interview with Cheddar News last week.
- The skin character of two-time Olympic gold medal champion Chloe Kim can now be purchased on the free-to-play Battle Royale game “Fortnite.”
- The snowboarder’s skin comes with four outfits, including snowsuits of different colors and a frozen take on her icon where she appears to be partly encased in ice.
- Developer Epic Games introduced Kim’s skin in Chapter 3: Season 2 of “Fortnite,” titled “Resistance.”
- While the athlete admitted that she is not currently great at the game, she wants to start training “to become the best ‘Fortnite’ player in the world.”
The new skin character of the two-time Olympic gold medal champion Chloe Kim is now available for purchase on the free-to-play battle royale game “Fortnite.”
The snowboarder’s skin comes with four outfits, including snowsuits of different colors and a frozen take on her icon where she appears to be partly encased in ice.
‘I’m starving’: Chloe Kim asks reporters for snacks on her way to achieving Olympics gold medal history
- Chloe Kim, the back-to-back Olympic gold medal champion in the snowboard halfpipe, asked reporters for snacks after hunger set in during a post-event press conference.
- “Also, if anybody has some snacks in their pockets, maybe?” she asked. “I’m starving. It’s lunch time.”
- Members of the media immediately handed over snacks and asked if she wanted to eat right then.
- “Thank you,” Kim said. “It’s not a hurry. I’ll eat this in a bit.”
The back-to-back Olympic gold medal champion in the snowboard halfpipe, Chloe Kim, announced she was hungry and asked reporters for snacks during a post-event press conference.
“Also, if anybody has some snacks in their pockets, maybe?” she asked after answering a reporter’s question. “I’m starving. It’s lunch time.”
- American athlete Chloe Kim successfully defended her Olympic gold medal on Thursday, becoming the first woman to win back-to-back gold in the snowboard halfpipe.
- Despite having the “worst practice ever,” the 21-year-old scored a commanding 94 in her first run, which featured frontside 10 and cab 10 tricks.
- Kim also made history during the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games as the youngest female to take home gold in Olympic snowboarding.
Chloe Kim clinched her second consecutive gold medal in the snowboard halfpipe on Thursday, becoming the first woman in Olympic history to do so.
Kim, who claimed that she had the “worst practice ever,” scored an untouchable 94 after a first run that featured a method air, frontside 1080 tail grab, cab 900, switch backside 540 and cab 1080.
‘I hated life’: Chloe Kim threw her gold medal in the trash while in a ‘dark place’ after Pyeongchang Olympics
- Chloe Kim, 21, revealed she “hated life” months after she rose to fame following her gold medal win at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
- “Everyone was like, ‘I just met her, and she’s such a b*tch.’ I’m not a b*tch. I just had the most exhausting two months of my life, and the minute I get home I’m getting hassled,” she told Time.
Korean American snowboarder Chloe Kim recently revealed what life was like after the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, mentioning that she “hated life” and was never left alone following her success.
At least four Asian Americans have reportedly qualified to participate in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics in February, and three of them are representing Team USA, including Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim.
The athletes: Team USA recently released some of the names of the athletes who have qualified for next year’s winter games, including short track speed skaters Eunice Lee and Andrew Heo and snowboarder Chloe Kim, NBC Sports reported.
Olympic halfpipe gold medalist Chloe Kim has spoken out about the rise of anti-Asian attacks and shared her personal experience since the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Wednesday, she posted a screenshot of a direct message by an Instagram user calling her a “dumb Asian b—-.”
Olympic snowboarding star Chloe Kim opened up about the tremendous pressure of representing Asian Americans in athletics at a very young age.
The athlete rose to instant stardom after becoming the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding medal at 17 years old at Pyeongchang 2018.
Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim took to Twitter to expose an internet bully who berated her boyfriend, insulted her parents and described her as a “spoiled Korean prostitute.”
In a now-deleted tweet, Kim confessed to dealing with similar things “sometimes,” but getting her family involved is a different story.