Jens Grede Net Worth 2021

Emma Grede and Jens Grede Net Worth 2021

Emma Grede and Jens Grede, two power couples in fashion industry, boast an estimated combined net worth of $200 Million. Good American, co-founded by Khloe Kardashian, has gained immense popularity due to its inclusive sizing feature. Given their current success and future plans, this couple’s empire will surely continue to expand exponentially.

Their extensive business experience and varied cultural backgrounds have combined to give the pair a distinct take on fashion, media, and business. Both hail from international backgrounds; Emma hails from London while Jens hails from Stockholm – all factors which help inform their approach to branding and entrepreneurship.

Jens Grede, best known as co-founder of Kim Kardashian’s shapewear line Skims, is best known as a frequent guest star on SHARK TANK. However, his career includes numerous ventures beyond Skims: FRAME denim, Wednesday Agency and Saturday Group are just a few more that made an impressionful impactful statement about him as an innovator and businessperson.

Grede and Emma Grede, together known as Popular Culture, are estimated to have generated $600 Million in sales through various businesses they founded or acquired since 2021. Frame, Good American and Skims revenues comprise nearly half of this figure while other revenues include natural cleaning line Safely as well as performance gear line Brady that they collaborated on with Tom Brady. Stakes held by Kardashian-Jenners, Theory founder Andrew Rosen, Imaginary Ventures and Thrive Capital are held stakes for these brands through Popular Culture’s holding company Popular Culture which also holds stakes for these brands alongside its various holding companies: Frame Good American and Skims revenue sharing agreements between owners – combined they account for almost half.

While not making headlines in fashion, this savvy executive is busy creating new projects with his wife Emma. Both appear as regular guests on Shark Tank where they use their smart business acumen to turn around failing fashion brands and introduce them to consumers.

Grede and his wife have been happily married for more than a decade and reside in Los Angeles. Together, they’ve expanded their portfolio to encompass an array of products and services; fashion labels Good American and Skims as well as Shopify are just some examples.

Grede, who exudes calm and reflective demeanor, once dreamed of becoming a professional skateboarder. But after moving to London to study fashion at the London College of Fashion, he found himself working in fashion-show production instead. There he met Erik Torstensson – another Swede and cofounder of fashion retail label Frame; together they founded this label in 2012 which quickly become famous for its skinny jeans worn by celebrities and supermodels alike. When Rogers & Cowan acquired Frame in 2018, Gredes left ITB Worldwide along with Torstensson as cofounders due to this sale deal as well.

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