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Wednesday 26 November 2014

Kim Kardashian: Stars should recycle fashion

Kim Kardashian
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Kim Kardashian thinks it's "ridiculous" that people assume celebrities should only wear an outfit once.

The reality TV beauty is admired for her sexy style and looks to fellow stars for fashion inspiration.

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge was praised for recycling her lace Alice Temperley dress to the University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Fundraising Auction in London last night after wearing it to the War Horse premiere in the UK capital in January.

Kim loves how Catherine donned the elegant floorweeping gown to two high profile events.

"I think she's just a class act. She really knows how to put things together very appropriately. She's just super chic and stylish," she said in an interview with UK TV show Lorraine.

"I love that [she recycled her gown]. It's kind of ridiculous to assume that you'd wear something once and never wear it again. I love wearing the same thing and switching it up a bit."

Kim and sister Kourtney are currently in the UK to launch their clothing collection with high street retailer Dorothy Perkins.

Mother-of-two Kourtney is in awe of the unique and refreshing British sense of style.

"I think the style here is so eclectic, every single woman that we've come across they all dress so differently which I love. It's not like everyone is wearing clones of the same thing," she smiled.

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