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North West is obsessed with sparkle

Published 09/04/2015

North West
North West

North West is so shoe obsessed that she won't have her nappy changed unless she has footwear on.

The 21-month-old tot is the only child of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West and already boasts a designer wardrobe envied by fashion fans the world over, including a bomber jacket and studded skirt made especially by Alexander Wang.

Kim has her own childrenswear line and reveals North's penchant for bags could inspire her next collection.

"Well, North does love handbags. And anything where there’s a little bit of glitz," Kim smiled to the American edition of Vogue magazine.

“She’s really particular about what she likes to wear; she’s such a girlie girl. Every day she wakes up and says ‘shoes’. You have to bargain with her - before you change her diaper she needs a pair of shoes on."

Kardashian Kids' latest collection launches on Nordstrom.com on April 13 with prices ranging between $25 and $35.

Kim, 34, is hoping the low price point will appeal to a wide audience.

“It’s just something that I think was really missing - an affordable line that was really cute and stylish.

"[The ideas came from] hours and hours of looking online. There’s an [Instagram] account called @fashionkids about moms posting about their kids and outfits," she said.

The new line includes mini jumpsuits, peplum waist shorts and shift dresses. Black faux leather leggings and a ra-ra dress also feature.

There are cute headbands too, although North won't be modelling those any time soon.

“She hasn’t been the biggest fan of keeping something on her head," Kim laughed.

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