The 2014 discussions of a TV series regarding the lives of the ladies who work at the L.A. Dash store has come to fruition. The new "Dash Dolls" are a spinoff from “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” and is a collaboration between Ryan Seacrest, Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian. The Kardashian sisters have expanded their successful empire with this 8 episode series featuring the employees of their Los Angeles upscale, boutique clothing and accessory store that was founded in 2006.
D-A-S-H is an acronym by Kim Kardashian West, which stands for “Dis Ass Screams Hollywood.” There are presently 4 Dash stores, all of which have appeared in various Kardashian reality TV episodes: New York City, California, New York, and Miami Beach. The Dash stores sell designer clothing apparel, purses, jewelry, hats, shoes, and other fashion accessories for women.
The Dash Dolls series, features the lives of the young, beautiful, intelligent ladies who work in this Kardashian brand named L.A. store. The Kardashian sisters, especially Khloe and Kim, will appear occasionally because they are hands-on owners, especially after a security fiasco that occurred in their New York location.
The cast of the L.A. Dash Dolls features the following gorgeous employees:
• Malika Haqq and her twin sister Khadijah Haqq McCray who are Co-Managers• Stephanie DeSouza, Sales Associate• Jennifer Robi, Store Manager• Durrani Aisha Popel, Merchandising Manager• Caroline Burt, Sales Associate• Mehrnaz (“Nazi”) Farnoosh, Assistant Manager• Melissa (“Missy”) Flores, Media and Marketing Manager• Melody (“Mel”) Rae Kandil, Sales Representative• Alexisamor (“Lexi”) Ramirez, Sales Coordinator• Taylor Cuqua, Sales Support
All Dash employees are hired through casting calls, with the exeption of the Haqq sisters who are close, personal friends of the Kardashian sisters. The Dash Dolls series consists of dramatic relationships between the ladies, their personal lives, and their future goals. Set in West Hollywood, the Dash Dolls have aspirations of their own, in careers inside and outside of the store and the Dash Doll House. The opening episode deals with nudity in modeling, interracial romance, a drinking bash, and the importance of communication rather than screaming confrontations. Like many of the other “E” series, can you spell “spin-offs.”