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Kourtney Kardashian plans Gatsby party

Published 23/05/2013

Kourtney Kardashian and Kim Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian and Kim Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian has been inspired by the lavish sets in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby.

The reality TV star took to Twitter to share her appreciation of Baz Luhrmann’s interpretation of the literary classic and asked if friends and followers would be interested in a Gatsby-themed do.

Written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby is set in the 1920s and tells the story of mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and his obsession with the beautiful and wealthy Daisy Buchanan.

Exploring themes of decadence and excess, Baz’s adaptation of the iconic book dazzles with lavish sets and luxurious costumes.

“Great Gatsby! So genius. I want to have a Gatsby party like they did in the movie. Who wants to come? (sic)” Kourtney tweeted.

Meanwhile, Kourtney’s sister Kim revealed she has had the “best trip ever” to Paris.

The pregnant star jetted to the French capital, where boyfriend Kanye West is currently working on his music, before she gives birth in July.

Accompanied by her mother-and-manager Kris Jenner, Kim was spotted taking in the famous sights of the city and enjoying some quality time with her parent.

“Bye Paris!!! Best trip ever (sic),” the 32-year-old tweeted earlier today.

She had previously shared her excitement about the holiday on the social networking site and her own blog.

"My final trip before I can't fly anymore,” she wrote on Twitter before explaining on her website, "My mom and I flew to Paris to soak in the amazingness Paris has to offer before I can't travel any more! (sic)"

But businesswoman Kim still found an opportunity to squeeze some work into her downtime.

The brunette beauty tweeted that she was excited to have worked on an “iconic” photo shoot in the City of Lights.

“Just finishing up the most iconic photo shoot ever in Paris!!!! #legendary (sic),” she wrote.

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