Australian entrepreneur whose luxury bedding is used by Kim Kardashian [Video]

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Meet the Australian entrepreneur whose $3.3million bedding company is beloved by the Kardashian clan, Chrissy Teigen and Gisele Bundchen - so what"s the secret to her success?Melbourne woman Olivia Carr has a successful silk pillowcase businessThe savvy entrepreneur hand-delivered her product to...

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Meet the Australian entrepreneur whose $3.3million bedding company is beloved by the Kardashian clan, Chrissy Teigen and Gisele Bundchen – so what’s the secret to her success?

  • Melbourne woman Olivia Carr has a successful silk pillowcase business
  • The savvy entrepreneur hand-delivered her product to momager Kris Jenner
  • The brand has a legion of celebrity fans and …

Million dollar baby: Olivia Carr (pictured wearing her latest collaboration with the world famous Beverley Hills Hotel) is the founder and CEO of luxury bedding and nightwear Shhh Silk

Shhh Silk pillowcases and nightwear collection is the brainchild of the Melbourne entrepreneur who previously worked in sales and marketing

Kim Kardashian West is a vocal advocate of silk bedding, particularly Shhh Silk designs; the business mogul was the first person to commission personalised pillowcases from Ms Carr

Model and mother-of-two Chrissy Teigen is also a devotee of Shhh Silk bedding and eye masks, which reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, prolong the life span of false lashes and leave hair smoother with less split ends after one use

King Kylie: On track to become the youngest 'self-made' billionaire in history, Kylie Jenner is pictured wearing personalised night eye masks with her executive assistant Victoria Villarroel (bottom right) and go-to make up artist Ariel Tejada aka Make Up By Ariel (centre background)

Good American creator Khloe Kardashian sent a handwritten note to Ms Carr thanking her for a customised order of Shhh Silk pillowcases

'If I could do it all again, I would tell my younger self to get on top of numbers from the get go, draw up a budget and stick to it,' Ms Carr said of giving advice to her younger self