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mirnah:

The cover story of American Vogue featuring the talked about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West posing for Annie Leibovitz. The pair takes the already controversial story with a wedding bells flare. 

Small wonder that Kim idolizes Elizabeth Taylor, whom she first became aware of as a supportive friend of Michael Jackson. Taylor once lent Kim her Cleopatra cape for a photo shoot, and Kim conducted Taylor’s last interview (by phone and e-mail), about her legendary jewels. “Everything seemed so selfless for her,” Kim remembers. “We talked about the jewelry and how it ultimately didn’t belong to her; she just wanted to help people.” When Taylor’s estate was sold to benefit the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, Kim even acquired some of those jewels herself. She also went to look at Taylor’s house. “It was just so enchanting,” she remembers, “with a garden with really pretty trellises and beautiful roses, but it wasn’t realistic for me to purchase. It only had a one-car garage.”

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“Anybody need anything?” asks the agelessly glamorous, apricot-skinned Kris, fluttering eyelashes as thick, long, and lustrous as a hummingbird’s wings. “Water? Vodka? Get on my train!” she laughs. “Just kidding!” Kris (who, as Kim notes, “goes by the name of Lovey, not Grandma!”) is an astute businesswoman and an executive producer of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, now in its eighth season. Her home office is stacked with Kardashian product and magazine spreads—there is even a framed copy of her estranged husband Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner’s 1979 GQ cover. - from VOGUE

mirnah:

The cover story of American Vogue featuring the talked about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West posing for Annie Leibovitz. The pair takes the already controversial story with a wedding bells flare. 

Small wonder that Kim idolizes Elizabeth Taylor, whom she first became aware of as a supportive friend of Michael Jackson. Taylor once lent Kim her Cleopatra cape for a photo shoot, and Kim conducted Taylor’s last interview (by phone and e-mail), about her legendary jewels. “Everything seemed so selfless for her,” Kim remembers. “We talked about the jewelry and how it ultimately didn’t belong to her; she just wanted to help people.” When Taylor’s estate was sold to benefit the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, Kim even acquired some of those jewels herself. She also went to look at Taylor’s house. “It was just so enchanting,” she remembers, “with a garden with really pretty trellises and beautiful roses, but it wasn’t realistic for me to purchase. It only had a one-car garage.”

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“Anybody need anything?” asks the agelessly glamorous, apricot-skinned Kris, fluttering eyelashes as thick, long, and lustrous as a hummingbird’s wings. “Water? Vodka? Get on my train!” she laughs. “Just kidding!” Kris (who, as Kim notes, “goes by the name of Lovey, not Grandma!”) is an astute businesswoman and an executive producer of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, now in its eighth season. Her home office is stacked with Kardashian product and magazine spreads—there is even a framed copy of her estranged husband Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner’s 1979 GQ cover. - from VOGUE

burningveins:

groovytimes:

Lena Dunham on the cover of Vogue made sense (creator, writer, director, and stars in one of the most interesting and debatable shows currently on television right now. And, has the sort of body that the magazine refuses to acknowlege, but totally exist).

Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue doesn’t make sense (reality tv star, delusional fashion icon, and the living embodiment of what women should NOT aim to become).

One step forward, two steps backwards, Vogue.

Vogues name is totally destroyed.

Every bland white woman on the cover of Vogue will make sense to you people. What about Blake Lively? She was on the cover twice and what the hell has she done lately? Not a damn thing.

Look, I’m not even a Kardashian stan but this shit is ridiculous. 

A DELUSIONAL FASHION ICON? I wish. There are more Kim Kardashian style hair style, make up styles and fashion styles than anyone can possibly view. She has, like it or not, changed the fashion world in her favor more than Lena Dunham or any other person on the recent covers of Vogue (minus perhaps Rihanna and Beyonce) and on top of that, Ben Nye powder sales SPIKED after it was introduced that she had used it. She is a businesswoman. Her sex tape, be it scandalous, launched a business. KIM KARDASHIAN is a business, one of the most successful marketing geniuses of our time. She’s college educated, with stores and products bearing her name. Kim Kardashian, even with the cameras, isn’t a bad role model at all, if you look at her track record. And to say that she doesn’t deserve the cover of Vogue, despite her accomplishments, is false. She is a woman of color with half the world falling at her feet. Far more accomplished than Lena Dunham.

And do you want to talk about Vogue? American Vogue is so annoying to think of as beacon of fashion. I mean, culturally, Vogue has done little more than hold back the industry as it doesn’t promote diversity. Look at how many POC held the covers of Vogue in the years Anna Wintour has been at the helm. Oprah, the great media maven, had to lose weight to get the covers of Vogue. If this is the only problem y’all have with American Vogue, y’all need to reevaluate yourself.

Go sit down in the corner withcho dumbasses. 

So sick of this. Some of y’all just don’t want to see another woman win. AND BET I will see a picture of Kim Kardashian on your blogs soon.

Hypocrites.

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