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Khloe Kardashian graces her very first cover this month for what just so happens to also be Cosmopolitan’s very first Middle East edition. And though she looks lovely on the outside — look at all that Styleite pink! — the inside reveals that she’s got the patience and what may well be the self esteem of a saint.
Remember the Kardashian credit card for children (the kiddie kredit kard, if you will)? You know, the one with all the hidden fees? The one that the Kardashians stopped backing? Now the family is being sued for $75 million for cutting ties with the shady card.
If there’s one thing no one can deny about the Kardashian sisters, it’s this: We, the the people, made those girls into the walking endorsement and entertainment empires they are. And according to both the style desk at The New York Times and WWD, we’re starting to get a little tired of them.
Last night the Kardashian family celebrated the opening of their new DASH store in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. And because the tweens outside the store were so rabid with fanaticism that one reporter got thrown to the ground and Kanye West had to beg for attention, no one seemed to realize that Kim Kardashian was wearing heels. Why is that significant? Because one of Kim’s toes is supposed to be broken.
The Kardashian sisters are teaming up with Mad Men designer and stylist Janie Bryant to create a range of clothes for women with curves bodies. Which is a good thing, considering Kim revealed just yesterday she was having trouble fitting into any of her potential Emmy dresses.
Being different is usually a good thing — unless, apparently, you are a Kardashian sister. In Beach Bunny swimwear’s newest ad, which features the three eldest Kardashian gals, Khloe Kardashian appears to have been shortened so as not to dwarf her petite sisters Kourtney and Kim.
With the assumption that free samples will lead to a buyer purchasing more of the line in the long run, designers are usually happy to send free clothes, especially to a store like DASH which has the Kardashian name and — let’s face it — “brand” behind it. But according to one designer, DASH employees — which are supposedly overseen by Kourtney and Khloe — are taking advantage of the free samples and keeping them for themselves.