PHOTOSHOOT for Evening Standard (uk) by Mike Rosenthal Mike Rosenthal Magazine Scan Evening Standard Magazine (UK) Khloé Kardashian’s home is so familiar from the countless times I’ve seen it on television that being here feels surreal — or even hyper-real. High
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Mike Rosenthal Kardashian will front a six-month long campaign that centres around Protein World’s 30 Day challenge, a weight loss challenge for women who want to "feel more confident and comfortable in [their] own skin, lose baby weight, or just show
PHOTOS: Khloe Kardashian poses for Health Magazine by James White PHOTOSHOOT>JAMES WHITE Khloé Kardashian Talks Body Shaming, Her Fave Workout, and How She Handles Haters With a game-changing denim line and a super-fit shape she got the healthy way (think: hard work and
PHOTOS: Khloé Kardashian for GQ Germany - January 2017 Mike Rosenthal INTERVIEW FOR GQ *Translate via google* Sorry In the dazzling Kardashian clan, Khloé was long regarded as the inconspicuous. Here the 32-year-old SEXY, GLAMOURÖS and SELFSTBUSST. Her life takes place on TV -
Jay L. Clendenin As a teenager, Khloe Kardashian didn’t look like the other girls in her family. She towered over her petite sisters and wore a size 12 — sometimes a 14. In Calabasas, the posh suburb where she grew up, most stores didn’t stock anything larger than a size 8.
“‘Oh, we don’t carry your size here,’” she said the salespeople would sneer. “You feel like [crap], especially when you’re with your sisters who never have body problems. When we’d have photo shoots, there would be racks and racks of beautiful garments for them and then, like, nothing for me. I was like, ‘I don’t care how big I am, I still want to feel cool and trendy and fashionable.’”Today, Kardashian is hailed as something of a fitness icon. Over the last few years, she has lost about 40 pounds. She wrote a bestselling book about her body transformation, and she shares her workout routines daily with her fans on Snapchat. Still, her memories of the period when stylists wouldn’t dress her remain.
How Khloé meet Emma GredeSo when she was approached about collaborating on a denim line for women of all sizes, she was intrigued. The call came from Emma Grede, the 34-year-old British chief executive of ITB, an entertainment marketing firm that connects brands and celebrities. Grede had proximity to the denim world: , a denim label whose skinny jeans are favorites of models including Karlie Kloss and Miranda Kerr. And : At ITB, she’d worked on a number of deals with family matriarch Kris Jenner.
“I had an idea of creating this brand for myself because I love denim, and I thought, ‘If I have problems getting jeans to fit, there must be people who have similar issues buying denim,’” recalled Emma Grede, sitting on a couch next to Kardashian. “I felt very strongly about working with somebody who I really believe embodies the idea of curvy being beautiful, and I just thought Khloe was the perfect person.”
More than 20 people, including a small Keeping Up with the Kardashians film crew, are buzzing around a makeshift dressing room nestled high in the Hollywood Hills. Behind several floor-to-ceiling glass walls overlooking a hazy downtown Los Angeles, I