Kardashian seems to know instinctively that, as Andy Warhol once observed, "When you just see somebody on the street, they can really have an aura. To remedy this, she posted one of herself in full makeup and a white terrycloth robe, with the literal caption, "It's been a while since I've taken a selfie. She is putting together a collection of her oeuvre, called Selfish, to be published by Rizzoli in the spring. It's relaxing to watch the sisters sprawl on each other's beds and talk about nothing, to see them discuss constipation cures or their preferred way to eat Nilla Wafers. She obliges, leaning in for the picture and striding away almost before I can blink. Of course, she has cannily leveraged that fame to build, with her sisters, a beauty-industrial complex, which includes a clothing line, a makeup line, a line of tanning products and seven perfumes.
She is putting together a collection of her oeuvre, called Selfish, to be published by Rizzoli in the spring. Watch part 1 of our behind-the-scenes interview with Kim at the BreaktheInternet shoot. As she puts it, "There's nothing we can do that's not documented, so why not look your best, and amazing? Her black hair is thicker than any you have ever seen, her lips fuller, her giant Bambi-eyes larger, their whites whiter, and the lashes that frame them longer. But behind all the hoopla, there is an actual woman -- a physical body where the forces of fame and wealth converge. But that's not to say it looks real, either. She leans forward while she talks, resting her cheek in the palm of her hand as though she's chatting with her closest girlfriend. But the longer I steep myself in the ambience of her pleasantly languid manner and hologram-perfect looks, the more facile this charge begins to seem. She has spent hours sifting through her vast, meticulously organized digital archive. Her mobile app, Kim Kardashian: Unlike most people, she looks exactly the same in person as she does in photographs or on television, with one exception: This is what fans asks the High Priestess of Instagram -- autographs are so last century. She is like a beautiful anime character come to life. If some of this is the result of artificial enhancement -- does anyone else have eyelashes that resemble miniature feather dusters? Virginie Laguens for Belleville Hills Assistant producer: Kardashian; she brings with her a breeze. As soon as she arrives at the hostess podium of the Polo Lounge in Beverly Hills, where we meet for our interview, a young fan who appears to be in her late teens or early twenties accosts her. You can't walk through a supermarket without glimpsing her on a multitude of tabloids whose headlines holler about her relationships, her parenting style and the vicissitudes of her ample curves. But she has also graced the covers of highbrow fashion bibles like W and Vogue; with her now-husband, Kanye West, she appeared on the latter above the hashtag worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple, creating a furor that made it perhaps the worldsmostcontroversialcover. She is being, and being is her act. To remedy this, she posted one of herself in full makeup and a white terrycloth robe, with the literal caption, "It's been a while since I've taken a selfie. They reveal very little yet foster a sense of closeness. She can, she says; she is sorting them chronologically, dating them by what she wore to specific events. Selfies have been on her mind lately. She empties its contents into a glass of passion fruit iced tea, then fastidiously bites granules of sweetener off her manicured nails. Kardashian seems to know instinctively that, as Andy Warhol once observed, "When you just see somebody on the street, they can really have an aura. It's like she comes with a built-in filter of her own.
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