Kim Kardashian Isn't Saving Her Dresses to Give to North West - She's Just Tailoring Them Down Now
She also credits crystals for inspiring the design of her latest fragrance
As the head of a multi-million (soon to be billion?) dollar business empire, Kim Kardashian never is content to provide her fans with just one thing to buy. She’s already conquered the world of tech (with not just one but three hugely successful applications); published her own coffee table art book; illuminated all of our selfies with her Lumee cases; and redefined how we all do contour. And now she has her eyes set on all new ventures, attempting to expand her already formidable enterprise into the realm of children’s clothing with her Kids Supply line.
In her latest photo shoot and interview for T Singapore, The New York Times Style Magazine‘s October issue, the reality staradmits, “My whole world is my kids, it’s all I care about… from literally every last thing that they do to what they wear, to all their activities. I love being their mom. I definitely don’t hang out with my friends as much just because I have to be with my kids.”
So it makes sense that with a natural obsession with her children, a fashion designer for a husband and a knack for chopping up her clothes into new ensembles, she would want to tackle children’s clothing for her next project. “It’s been such a fun journey to figure out how our kids like to dress and how to make cool clothes for kids,” she says. “We’ve always been tailoring things and cutting things up, or taking dresses of mine and cutting them down to North’s size.” In other words, at just 4 years old, North already has a closet replete with totally custom couture hand-me-downs from one of the most famous women in the world.
But kid clothes aren’t the only new launch Kim is currently working tirelessly on, she also has plans to release a new gardenia-scented fragrance as a part of her KKW Beauty line. And she tells the magazine that the glass flacons that contain her new scent were inspired by a chance conversation she had with a friend (who sounds a whole lot like Spencer Pratt) about crystals and their energy, which in turn led to a visit to a crystal warehouse. “I just felt this energy… that’s exactly what I want my perfume energy to be like,” she says. “So the bottle is this gorgeous crystal that looks like a piece of art just sitting on your countertop, that matches with anyone’s room.” And also just so happens to pair beautifully with a contour stick, thigh-high lucite boots, and bike shorts emblazoned with the word “Savage.”
Will you buy any pieces from Kim’s kid’s clothing line? What about her new fragrance? Sound off below!