Kim Kardashian shines on new Vogue India cover

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

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.


Elie Saab postpones participation in Paris Haute Couture Week

Elie Saab postpones participation in Paris Haute Couture Week
Updated 21 January 2021

Elie Saab postpones participation in Paris Haute Couture Week

Elie Saab postpones participation in Paris Haute Couture Week

DUBAI: Lebanese designer Elie Saab will not present his Spring 2021 collection during Paris Haute Couture Week set to take place from Jan. 25-28. 

Speaking to WWD, Elie Saab Jr., the CEO of the label founded by his father, said this was due to the rise of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in Lebanon. 

He added that the collection was ready, “but there’s the whole shooting logistic, which is quite complicated.”

He added: “We decided to take a small break and wait for the right time to shoot it and to present it to the public.” 

Over the past week, Lebanon registered a new record for daily COVID-19 cases. More than 78,812 cases were recorded in the past 20 days, which has led doctors to conclude that Lebanon has lost control over the virus.

The Lebanese Health Ministry’s Scientific Committee on Combating the Coronavirus Pandemic recommended extending the country’s national lockdown by at least two weeks on Wednesday.