TV reality star Kim Kardashian has once again broke the internet with her brand new look and years after posing nude for an iconic Paper magazine cover, Kim is baring it once again in a new photoshoot for Interview magazine.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum took to her Instagram handle and shared pictures from the magazine shoot. The SKIMS founder looked completely unrecognizable as she transformed into a blonde babe.
The new issue was named the American Dream, and Kim wore a jockstrap with denim jeans bleached eyebrows and blonde hair.
Kim Kardashian dropped new pictures on Tuesday (IST), from the September issue and the star featured on the main cover in an all-denim outfit by Bottega Veneta with her jeans pulled down, flaunting her famous derrière and jockstrap. Interestingly, the fashion mogul even debuted blonde hair
Kim had dyed her hair platinum blonde for the Marilyn Monroe moment at the Met Gala.
The TV reality star bared her bum in the all-denim outfit while another picture showed her in a cropped tank top, jockstrap and orange baggy pants. She even pulled down her pants and posed in just a baggt T-shirt for another picture. She even posed in the backdrop of American flag in a tank top and low-waist baggy denim jeans, wearing a black leather jacket and bikini bottoms, and close-ups of her bleached brows, blonde mane.
The unconventional underwear choice made by Kim may raise eyebrows online, but Kim apparently loved the moment. "I loved it," she said in the interview.
"The team was like, 'No jockstrap.' And I'm like, 'Come on. This is what I do.' I do best when I'm ignoring them and doing what I want. So, I'm glad we did it," Kim added.
Kim even shared that her style was sellable and realistic. "There's so many people that I look at and I'm like, 'Oh my god. I love how they dress.' Or, 'I love that. That's so fresh.' I get it. And then for me, I can find things that could be so simple, and that a lot of people, a lot of girls, can connect to—and that is very sellable. The things I wear seem realistic. There's an easy way to find a similar item or a solution to wear something similar, and I think that may be what resonates. It feels attainable," Kim told the magazine.
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