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Monday 4 May 2015

Kardashian launches fashion range

Kim Kardashian ccelebrated the UK launch of the Kardashian Kollection
Kim Kardashian ccelebrated the UK launch of the Kardashian Kollection

Kim Kardashian has launched her new clothing range in London - but confessed she still makes fashion faux pas.

The curvaceous socialite and her sister Kourtney, famed for reality TV shows such as Keeping Up With The Kardashians, joined retail mogul Sir Philip Green to promote the Kardashian Kollection at Dorothy Perkins.

Kim, who is dating rapper Kanye West, revealed at London's Aqua restaurant: "I look back at things from really recently and I'm like, 'Oh my God, why did I wear that, what was I thinking?' But it's fun. You see what you like and what you don't and experiment."

Kim - who wore a black sequinned mini-dress for the launch - said her famous boyfriend has been supportive of her latest business venture.

"He likes the way I dress," she added.

Kim and Kourtney worked on the range with sister Khloe, who was unable to attend because of filming commitments on the US version of The X Factor, which she co-presents.

Mum-of-two Kourtney praised British women's "individual style". She said: "It's not like matchy-matchy, everyone in the same thing, it's very different."

Also in attendance were some of the X Factor contestants, including Ella Henderson.

Ella, 16, said: "What I love is that the three (Kardashians) together are so different, so unique, and put them together and they're like this boom of energy in the room. I'm really excited to meet them."

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