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Kourtney Kardashian’s vintage Chanel obsession

Published 27/08/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian finds any visit to New York isn’t complete without a detour to Bergdorf Goodman’s luxury shoe department.

Kourtney Kardashian treasures all of the vintage accessories her mother Kris Jenner has passed down to her over the years.

Along with her sisters Kim and Khloe, Kourtney has long been involved in the retail and fashion industries. She’s also become one to watch on the red carpet, with her penchant for chic jumpsuits, sleek dresses and fashion-forward ensembles making her a bona fide style star.

While the 37-year-old is actively involved in designing and putting together her outfits, she isn’t afraid to mix new garments with vintage favourites, and loves to wear designer accessories her mother kept from her own youth.

“My mom has given me some vintage Chanel pieces – belts and bags – that I cherish,” the star told Britain’s Glamour magazine.

But when it comes shopping for her own wardrobe, the brunette beauty always has the Bergdorf Goodman department store in New York at the top of her list. She claims to run to the shoe floor first whenever she visits the luxury store, as they stock some of the most beautiful footwear styles available.

“They have a good selection of (Azzedine) Alaia shoes – my favourite,” she explained.

As well as her famous siblings, Kourtney also counts Russian blogger Miroslava Duma as one of her key sources of fashion inspiration. In particular, she likes how the petite digital entrepreneur has similar style sensibilities and isn’t afraid to push sartorial standards, much like herself.

"Mira Duma’s style always seems effortless, but she’s always trying new things. I’ve admired her look for years,” she shared.

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