Lance Bass and Kandi Burruss interview Khloe, Kendall and Kylie on the Red Carpet at the 42nd Annual American Music Awards. Khloe talks about her new show and Kendall and Kylie talk about how they feel about being known for one of the most influential people in America.
Watch a brand new Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons Sunday 9/8c only on E!
Kim Kardashian West is on the cover of Paper’s Winter issue. The cover was shot by legendary French photographer Jean-Paul Goude in France earlier this year. He recreated his iconic “Champagne Incident” shot with Kim, and more images will be released this Thursday!
Buy Kim’s ‘Break The Internet’ double cover issue here (ships December 1st).
Khloé Kardashian celebrated the launch of Hpnotiq Sparkle at Mr. C Beverly Hills! The limited-edition liqueur is only available for the holidays and tastes like a sweet Champagne . . . We’re sold! Khloé shared a few hangover tips for a morning after a late night (with Hpnotiq Sparkle, obviously) and gave us the scoop on what we can expect to see this season on Kourtney and Khloé Take the Hamptons. Hint: she thinks it’s their rawest season yet!
Khloe Kardashian might have a glossy mane of hair, but has revealed she hasn’t always been so lucky when it comes to her locks. The 30 year-old spoke candidly about her hair struggles to EntertainmentWise at the London launch of Hairfinity last night and bravely revealed her hair fell out while she was struggling to deal with the death of her father in 2003.
The sisters looked absolutely stunning with Khloe showing off her curves in a classic little black dress, whilst Kim covered up from the London rain in a matching nude jacket, crop top and high waisted skirt get-up. And with them launching the new hair product at the lavish venue, Il Bottaccio, they obviously made sure their hair was on point.
When EntertainmentWise caught up with Khloe, she revealed, hair is something that’s been a sore point with her and she experienced hair loss after the death of her father Robert Kardashian in 2003. She told EntertainmentWise:
“I’ve had a really hard time with my hair growing it because I lost a lot of my hair when my father died and I actually stole the Hairfinity idea from Kim, who got all these bottles sent to her,” she then added: “I thought it was worth a try and it worked, my hair has grown and it has been thicker.”
The KUWTK star also told EntertainmentWise of her favourite hair styles:
“I like trying new things with hair, it’s your hair so try it once and if you don’t like it you just change it back again, so I like to play with that. I really like doing a lot of braids, but I don’t know if I have such a high fashion hairstyle because I like to try a little bit of everything. Braids I love though, you have to add a bit of ghetto fabulosity.”
Check the full video interview with the girls in the clip below.
To celebrate Halloween, Kourtney Kardashian not only dressed her family as skeletons, but she also instagrammed a picture of herself accessorized with La Soula Jewelry’s “Feel it in your Bones Diamond Necklace”.
The necklace, which features 2.0 carats of diamonds retails for $1600 and is available on www.lasoula.com.
Watch a brand new Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons Sunday 9/8c only on E!
“I am with someone who makes me feel sexy and confident everyday, and we have our daughter, who is so sweet and precious,” Kim said in an exclusive interview with News Limited.
“North has really taught me to appreciate and recognise the important things in life like spending time with family, making memories while I watch her grow,” she said. “Being a mother is such a gift and North has filled my heart with joy. Family is more important than anything. Learn to enjoy every second with those you love.”
Kim’s comments come as she prepares to venture Down Under to launch a new signature fragrance, Fleur Fatale. The visit follows a recent juggernaut by Kim and Kanye, known popularly as power couple Kimye and North, for rap superstar West’s Australian Yeezus tour. Most touring super-celebrities keep it low key by day, and save all the action for the stage at night. Not Kimye. They were hi-vis all day, everyday; from a visit to a pop-up store and KFC during a thunderstorm in Melbourne, to a shopping mall expedition and taxi ride in Sydney.
Indeed, Kardashian refuses to be a slave to her celebrity, and has vowed to live her life without fear.
“I think that it’s really important to live life to the fullest and enjoy every second of it,” she said. “Ever since I had North, I realise how precious every moment is and I want to make lasting memories with my family. Being a slave to celebrity just isn’t an option. Our priority is always North’s safety and happiness. And we do all we can to make sure she has the best childhood possible.”
A regular visitor to these shores, Kim adds: “I love coming to Australia. It’s such a beautiful place, so much to see and experience. Everyone is always so nice. It’s such a chill, laid back way of life. I love it.”
She married West in a lavish ceremony in Florence, Italy, in May this year, after dating for two years. North was born in June last year.
Asked what she has learned about love, Kim told News Limited: “Privacy is key. I live my life in front of the world and it has offered amazing opportunities to my family and me. But along with all the media attention, often comes stress and hardships on the people that I love. Through the ups and downs, I have learned some things are better kept private; that way it stays special and intimate.”
Kardashian, 34, a reality television star, actor, fashion designer, model, hope her highs and lows — played out for all the world to see — serve as lessons for all women.
“I think everyone has their own obstacles to face in their lives, but I always encourage women to work hard and strive for success. I hope I inspire women to put their best foot forward. Self confidence is so important — women need to believe in themselves, their abilities and knowledge. When this is paired with strong drive and hard work, it can take you a long way.”
Kardashian says sexy independence is at the heart of her new perfume, Fleur Fatale. She adds: “I hope my fragrances empower the women who wear them … and they feel beautiful, confident and inspired.”
Kardashian will launch the perfume with a two-day visit to Melbourne only on November 18 and 19.
Like walking along the Grand Canal in Venice or viewing Sydney Opera House for the first time, seeing Kim Kardashian West in real life is surprisingly unsurprising since she looks exactly as you would expect her to from the hundreds, or more likely thousands, of pictures you’ve seen of her. Groomed and glossy, curvaceous but toned, and with the facial proportions of a very beautiful Bratz doll, she is unarguably one of the world’s most recognisable women.
It’s clear from the selfies that she tirelessly snaps for her social media channels – which have prompted her to create a 350-plus-page book on the subject, with pictures from the past decade – that she knows her best features. Drawing on her indisputable but unusual beauty and her gravity-defying womanly shape, she and her sisters – Kourtney and Khloe – launched a clothing line, Kardashian Kollection, now in its fifth collection in the UK, with Lipsy. So has she already enlisted her designer friends – from Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy to Olivier Rousteing of Balmain – to advise her on the range?
“I’ve never asked them,” she shook her head, “not yet anyway. The three of us [sisters] have worked really hard on it and I think that the great thing about the differences between us is that our shapes come in useful for designing. Khloe is really tall, obviously, and Kourtney is petite, so I think that if we can make something that suits all three of us, it will look great on anyone.”
Anyone is probably a slight stretch, since – height differences notwithstanding – the trio have something very much in common, and that’s curves. Filling the dresses and jumpsuits – as well as the girls’ first coat for the line – will be more of a challenge to most than it is to the Kardashians, but there are certainly successful brands with a much narrower idea of the girl they dress. Kardashian West’s wide-ranging appeal has seen her become, as GQ editor Dylan Jones said at the magazine’s awards earlier this year, “Coca-Cola famous” – and marrying one of the world’s most famous singers and producers has cemented that status still further.
Talking to her, it’s easy to forget who she is. If you block out the 10 PRs, publicists, photographers and minders in the room eyeing you suspiciously, she could almost (almost) be someone you know. The reality show – Keeping Up with the Kardashians, now on its tenth season – has contributed to this, of course, making her more accessible than most actresses, singers and models will ever be, even with Instagram access. The other element that magnifies her humanity is her role as a mother, something that she lights up and opens up about quite freely.
“My daughter is here, upstairs,” she gestured to a Claridge’s suite above the one we were chatting in. “We’re all a bit jet-lagged,” she smiled, adding that 16-month-old North was very good on the flight to London despite her tender years. The family travelled from LA the day before we met after Kim convinced her husband, Kanye West, to stop over with her and North – before they all travelled to Australia together – by assuring him that it was “half way”. Her smile indicated that she knew it was nothing of the kind, as did West probably, but the threesome quite obviously just want to be together as much as possible.
And with that – clad in her own label, of course – she was off Down Under: nervous about the flight with a young child, she admitted, as anyone would be. Celebrity, entrepreneur, and normal working mum. Sort of.
The Kardashian Kollection at Lipsy is available from Lipsy stores and online at www.lipsy.co.uk from Wednesday 29 October 2014.