Khloe Kardashian recently launched her new jeans collection for Nordstrom called Good American – and her denim line includes a wide range of sizes: from 0 to 24.
On the many sizes she caters to in her jeans collection:
I’ve always thought there’s been something missing from the denim industry. Whenever I buy new jeans it’s hard for me to find a pair that fits my body type, and even when I do, I always need alterations. I knew if I’ve had this problem, there must be tons of other girls who do too. I believe that every woman should feel confident and good about themselves, regardless of what size they are. Being involved in a project like this allows me to spread that confidence and empower others to be the beautiful, strong women they are.
On her choice of models – from skinny to athletic and plus-size:
I wanted to find real girls to join us in this movement. This isn’t just about finding the perfect pair of jeans, but about embracing your body and being proud of all that you are. We should celebrate one another. Uplift rather than tear down. So many times young women are lured into what their group of friends is saying or doing, even when they know it’s not right. We believe that doing good and promoting one’s best self is sexier than doing evil in this world. March to the beat of your own drum.
Some of the plus-size models that model Khloe’s jeans collection – size 14 US Nadia Aboulhosn and size 18 Gabi Gregg:
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On fashion and her weight loss:
People actually said, “I just can’t work with you” – because I was too big. That always hurt my feelings. I definitely think the fashion industry, and people in general, look at me more now that I’ve lost weight.
On the fact that negative Instagram comments bother her:
What’s sad is that I can read 10 beautiful comments and then one bad one and I’m like, “Ugh!
On how she is at the gym:
‘I’m super competitive and I’m a sweater. I’m like, “Don’t f*** with me and don’t mess up my routine.” Kim sort of prances and is super cute and gorge, while Kourtney and I are dripping wet.’
… says Khloe.
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Khloe Kardashian put on a skintight PVC dress and attended Scott Disick’s 33rd birthday at 1 OAK Las Vegas At The Mirage Hotel And Casino the other day in Las Vegas.
How do you all like the look?
On the fact that her new curves are the result of gym sessions:
“I love my shape because I’ve earned every curve. I work hard in the gym to get it. But I also loved my shape before, when I was even curvier. I was always incredibly comfortable in my skin. Everybody else saw me in a different way, but I didn’t see myself that way. I still wore bodycon dresses back then; I didn’t cover up with a muumuu. Today I put in the work to get the curves I have and every bit of firmness. I feel empowered and badass that I was able to accomplish everything I have.”
On the importance of wearing make-up at the gym:
“When I buy a cute outfit, I’m superexcited to go to the gym the next day. And when I look good at the gym, I’m inspired to do an extra squat or an extra lunge. Just because you’re going to work out, you don’t have to look like a slob. I also always wear hoop earrings; they’re like my security blanket. I’m inspired to do an extra squat or an extra lunge. People laugh at me, but why not? They make me feel more dressed up. I also wear makeup when I work out. I put on a tinted moisturizer, mascara, and cherry lip balm, and fill in my eyebrows. If I feel cuter with a little lip color and mascara, why should anybody else care?”
… says Khloe, while showing off her figure in Shape.
Her stand on plastic surgery:
“There’s this misconception that I’m not into plastic surgery, but I’m into it and I don’t care if you have it. I think plastic surgery should be viewed almost like makeup, because we’re all putting on a f–king mask basically every day anyway. When you dye your hair, you’re changing who you are, and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I think people should get plastic surgery or fillers or lasers or whatever if they want it — that should be your own personal decision. I just don’t like when someone else is like, ‘Man, I only want to date a girl if they have big t-ts,’ and then a girl’s like, ‘I gotta get double-Ds.’ If you want them, great. If you’re doing that for your man, that’s when it bothers me.”
On the fact that her nose got smaller because she lots weight:
“I don’t. And I appreciate that I didn’t succumb to what everyone has always said in the past, like, ‘You gotta get a nose job, you gotta get a nose job.’ If I felt like I wanted one, I would’ve. And if I want to do something, I’ll totally do it — I don’t care and I’ll be the first one to say, ‘Look what I just did! This is my doctor, let’s do an interview with him and give me the free nose job!” ‘Everyone says I’ve had a nose job because my nose is smaller now and I swear I haven’t. Do you think I have?’ And he was like, ‘No, but when you were bigger, your nose can get wider.’ It’s like when you’re pregnant, your nose spreads because there’s fat pockets in there, I guess. So when I lost weight, my nose did get smaller, and also I now know about contouring. Like when I wash my face, my nose is wider.”
… says Khloe.
Do you agree with her words? Is plastic surgery comparable to make-up?
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