While Khloé Kardashian loves fashion, she has told HELLO! that her fame now means that it is difficult for her to hit the shops.
"Going to the malls is not really something we can do anymore," she told HELLO!, referring to her famous family, which includes sisters Kim and Kourtney. "It’s annoying as I love a good mall. But shopping for us is much different to how it used to be."
Khloé spoke to HELLO! during a whirlwind trip to London to promote the Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy, a collection which broke records for the British retailer with many items being sold out within the first 24 hours.
The friendly TV star spoke to HELLO! about her sisters, her shoe closets and having an outfit clash with her mother…
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Do you have any items of clothing that you feel sentimental about?
My mom gave me some vintage Alaia dresses, that my father had bought for her and I don’t know why but I just hold onto them. They are not even something I would wear, you can tell they are from the 1980s. But I love them as they bring back memories.
I also have some fabulous costume jewellery from my mom. I have the exact image in my head of when she was wearing them, so that stuff is sentimental to me.
How many pairs of shoes do you own?
I don’t know. I mean I have multiple shoe closets. I have an unhealthy habit with shoes.
Are your wardrobes all neatly arranged?
I am very organized. It is OCD to the max. Everything is colour co-ordinated. I’m crazy but I love it.
Do you and your sisters discuss the outfits you are going to wear before you go to an event and have your outfits ever clashed?
We usually don’t plan, unless it’s something like promoting our Lipsy collection where we make sure we not wearing the same thing. But somehow we are always colour co-ordinated like we are a pop group or something.
Once my mom picked me up to take me to a wedding and she came in the gown I was wearing. Thank God she picked me up and we didn’t meet there. I was like ’Oh how embarrassing my mother has the same gown as me. ’"
Which of your sisters is the worse for borrowing others' clothes?
Kylie. All I hear from everyone is 'Kylie where are my shoes or where is my sweater' but she is the youngest so I think that’s what she expects.
Do your teenage sisters Kendall and Kylie ask for your style advice or vice versa?
My younger sisters have really evolved into little fashionistas. We ask each other for style advice, depending on what event we are going to. I said to one of them ’Can you just take my credit card and go be my stylist for the day?' So when I get back they might do that.
How do you think UK style differs to US style?
In the UK, the street style is really inspirational. I love how much layering people do here, maybe because of the weather, but it’s so chic though. No-one looks alike. Everyone marches to the beat of their own drum.
Are there any British stars whose style you admire?
I love Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s style. It’s so effortless and she is so pretty. Kate Moss has such great style. Victoria Beckham is always put together; I don’t know how she does it.
Would you ever say to one of your sisters ’I don’t think you should leave the house wearing that?’
We are so honest with each other, that’s the great thing about having sisters. Fashion, though, is personal expression. There are some things that Kourtney could wear that I never wear but it doesn’t mean that it’s bad, I just know they wouldn’t look good on my figure.
You said that you miss shopping in malls…
Yes, I want to go Christmas shopping and just be on a mission to do that, but I know I would get distracted.
What made you, Kim and Kourtney decide to collaborate with Lipsy?
The great thing about Lipsy is that it is known for being glamorous and party dresses. My sisters and I are really glam and this really gave us the opportunity to go for a more luxe version of our collection. We got to do a lot of statement pieces. It was just a really good collaboration.
Finally, how would you describe your own style?
I would say sexy with a slash of edgy. I like to funk it up a little bit.