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

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.

MUSE: Rawan bin Hussain talks social media stardom

Updated 20 September 2018

MUSE: Rawan bin Hussain talks social media stardom

  • Rawan Bin Hussain is one of the largest influencers in the region
  • Aside from launching a lipstick line, the Kuwaiti blogger studies law in London

DUBAI: The Kuwaiti influencer, who has 3 million Instagram followers, talks about studying law, learning to fly and why gender biases are ‘so 1800s’

Being a fashion blogger is not the opposite of being a lawyer – they don’t conflict. I didn’t leave law behind. I’m still studying it. I could have moved to Dubai and made millions a month like other bloggers, but I’m not. I’m living in London making nothing a month because education comes first for me.
To show that lawyers don’t only fight for justice in court, but also in real life by giving back to the community, I launched a law association in Kuwait for female law students, law graduates and lawyers. If you have knowledge in the field of law, I want your experience and we can work together to do charity work and attend workshops.
I’ve always loved traveling around the world, so why not have my own license and my own airplane jetting around the world?
I don’t mind taking risks because I think people who don’t take risks are cowards. Life is fun, life is full of experiences, full of lessons. If you don’t fail and if you don’t learn from your mistakes, you won’t achieve anything in life. It doesn’t come on a plate of gold. You have to work for it.

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A lot of people think that when you are a beauty icon, you are an empty head, empty-minded. We are not. A lot of bloggers are good mothers to their children, they are engineers, doctors, lawyers. They have a career, they just choose to do blogging, which is what they love, and I respect it because you should do what you love and love what you do.
We need to stop stereotyping, criticizing, judging based on the way she looks, the way she dresses, the way she appeals to others. I cannot please everybody as, most of all, I need to please myself.
I regret being too transparent sometimes. I am too spontaneous. I say my opinion in a very casual way – maybe I don’t think about the circumstances or the consequences. But if you don’t make mistakes, you don’t learn a lesson.  
We shouldn’t look as men as competition or a dangerous threat. We can work together to make this world a better place.
As a woman, I want to say look at me, I’m here. I can be a lawyer, a pilot, a public figure, an entrepreneur. I am capable of doing so many things. Men need to see that and respect that and not underestimate us because we are females. Judgment based on gender is so 1800s.