Kim’s relationship with Kanye West ushered in an era of high fashion and inspired Kim to embrace neutrals and looks that are timelessly chic. I’m not going to lie, it’s definitely influenced the way I look at her. I feel like the Kardashians’ goal has always been to make their lifestyle look aspirational to their fans, and while the noucheau riche look she rocked for so long didn’t exactly inspire jealous, her new style is all kinds of enviable. I still am generally opposed to the Kardashians’ narcissitic money machine, but that doesn’t mean I can’t love their clothes, right? Click through for some of Kim’s finest sartorial moments since becoming a West.
Today in douchebags calling out other douchebags (part two!), Kanye West is reportedly hella pissed that Scott Disick is partying the day away while his girlfriend Kourtney is pregnant with their third child. Kanye reportedly stayed at Kim’s side throughout her pregnancy, only leaving her for a gig if it paid big bucks that could help support the family (as if they needed more money). Kanye wishes Scott would do the same, but instead our favorite Disick was seen clubbing his ass off in Las Vegas last weekend.
A source close to the Kardashian clan dished about Scott’s antics to HollywoodLife.com:
“The fool is out and about, clubbing and shit, drinking like the world is about to end. He’s a mess. A hot, toxic mess. When your girl is pregnant, guess what — you’re pregnant, too. You’re supposed to be there, with your babe, eating Godiva chocolate, having seconds at dinner, eating mint chocolate chip ice cream and being supportive. Not drinking alcohol.”
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Say what you want about Kim Kardashian; she’s brainless or talentless or a complete marketing genius. Whether you love her or hate her, she’s tapped into the zeitgeist in a way that no one else has in recent years. But I’m less concerned with why we’re so fascinated with her–she’s rich, she has drama, she’s hot– and more interested in how oddly prolific Kim can inadvertently be. Whether it’s something she happens to say to Oprah or simply the way she conducts her life, there’s no doubt that Kim has a certain confidence and je ne sais quoi that we could all stand to learn from. Here are a few of the lessons I’ve learned from Kimmy. Keep reading »
Over the weekend, Khloe Kardashian posted an Instagram of (admittedly adorable) Kim and Kanye dolls that belong to North. Is it not a tiny bit creepy that she plays with dolls of her parents? The dolls’ designer made a little North too, which I find much cuter because she is an innocent baby who has yet to develop the overblown self-important attitude of her parents. I don’t have kids, so tell me, is this as egotistical as I think it is? I know this doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of life, but it bugs me. [E!] [Image via Instagram]
Consider the Kardashian sisters. Strip away your groans, the millions, the lavish mansions, the exotic vacations, the Kanye. What do you have? Five insanely close sisters, going through life together. The Kardashians (well, the Kardashian-Jenners) get a ton of flack for being spoiled, obnoxious, and outrageous. But, I actually have always felt a kinship with them — the three oldest sisters, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe, in particular.
Early on in the first season of their long-running reality show, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” my sister and I realized that we’re not so different from them — not when it comes to the designer clothes, 72-day marriages, and jet-setting lifestyles — but when it comes to their interactions with each other. They’re crazy close, and so are we. And as my sister and I have loyally watched the Klan over the past seven years, we’ve seen a lot of our relationship reflected in the relationships they have with each other.
I’d venture to say my sister and I aren’t the only ones who have felt this way: the Kardashian sisters are an example of modern sisterhood at its core: Keep reading »