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Sunday 2 August 2015

Kourtney Kardashian wants Moss makeover

Published 25/05/2013 | 14:33

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is really keen to transform Kate Moss' style.

The reality TV star is known for her great style and even has a clothing line for British high street store Dorothy Perkins with her sisters Kim and Khloé.

The pretty brunette would love to trade fashion tips with one particular UK model.

"I would say Kate Moss - not because she needs a makeover, but I just think that she would be so much fun to work with," Kourtney revealed to the British edition of OK! magazine.

"I'd love to hear what she has to say about fashion. I'm sure I could learn a lot from her."

The 34-year-old is dating Scott Disick and together they have children Penelope and Mason.

The socialite says her beau is just as switched on when it comes to style.

"He does love fashion - he knows everything there is to know about men's fashion," she smiled.

"He's also got a good eye for women's fashion. For example, on Valentine's Day, he bought me an amazing pair of shoes, which I loved. But when it comes to the Kardashian line, he doesn't really have any input. That's all my sisters and me."

Kourtney stands out with her great ensembles and looked fabulous in maternity wear.

Since having Penelope, she's shed the pregnancy weight fast and feels really comfortable with her personal style.

"I would say that I'm definitely eclectic. I can be a little quirky at times too. I like to wear one piece with my outfits that's completely unexpected," she explained.

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