Kim Kardashian shines on new Vogue India cover

Kim Kardashian followed in her younger sister's footsteps by nabbing a Vogue India cover. (@VogueIndia)
Updated 27 February 2018
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Kim Kardashian shines on new Vogue India cover

CAIRO: Kim Kardashian just revealed her Vogue India covers for the March 2018 issue, where she discusses what she loves about her family and the enormous success of their business empire.
She admitted during the interview that she “didn’t actually” imagine her career would be as successful as it is today.
“I thought I was just going to run my clothing store,” Kardashian said. “I didn’t think (the show) would go beyond season one or two. And then as things were happening, my mom and I were so excited.”
Her family’s reality television show, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” is wrapping up season 14. The American TV series recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary.
“We didn’t even know what we were starting, but we knew we were in it together,” she said.
The reality TV queen, 37, was stunning in the cover photo, dressed in a thigh-split black satin dress as she sits in front of a wall of red roses. The other cover shows her donning a bright red lace dress, with a large red belt at the waist.
Her platinum blonde hair is styled in loose beach waves.
Kim’s Vogue India shoot follows her sister Kendall Jenner’s own. Jenner was the magazine’s cover star in May 2017.


‘Hot sauce in my bag, swag:’ Beyoncé flaunts Lebanese chili-themed bag

Updated 11 December 2018
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‘Hot sauce in my bag, swag:’ Beyoncé flaunts Lebanese chili-themed bag

DUBAI: “I got hot sauce in my bag, swag.”
It’s a lyrical line made famous in Beyoncé’s 2016 hit “Formation,” but now the superstar singer has taken to Instagram to take things one step further by showing off a chili pepper-themed bag by an up-and-coming Lebanese designer.
Beyoncé posted a photograph of herself on Instagram while she was in Johannesburg, South Africa, to perform at the Global Citizen Festival celebrating what would have been the 100th birthday of late international icon Nelson Mandela.
In the snap, she wears a boxy clutch by small Lebanese brand Sarah’s Bag and a pair of rounded Elie Saab sunglasses.

The Chili Marquetry clutch by Sarah’s Bag, which is helmed by creative director Sarah Beydoun, is from the brand’s Love Inked Collection and features a red-to-yellow ombre of spicy shades in a mixture of traditional patterns.
The bag was made using a centuries-old Levantine technique called wood marquetry, according to Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, in which small blocks of wood are aligned to create tessellated pattern work. The vibrant clutch is topped with a golden pepper clasp, making it a truly fiery fashion statement.

According to the brand, each of the bags is made by underprivileged women in Lebanon, including prisoners, ex-prisoners and women who are struggling financially.
“We are so happy to have our bag worn by an empowering, incredibly gifted artist like @beyonce, who is a once-in-a-generation talent. Beyoncé is one of our heroes and her mission mirrors ours: She wants to empower women and seeks to have a positive impact on the world through her art,” the brand captioned a re-posted version of the image on their Instagram page.
The sizzling handbag wasn’t the only Lebanese-designed accessory Queen Bey wore that day, however. The sunglasses she is seen wearing in the snap hail from Elie Saab’s eyewear collection and the brand was quick to pick up on the singer’s nod of approval.
“The incomparable @beyonce in Elie Saab eyewear while in South Africa,” the fashion house posted on Instagram.

The rounded shades feature pearl-like detailing on the rim of the lenses and match perfectly with Beyoncé’s layered necklaces.