Kim Kardashian channels Marilyn Monroe (again) in a catsuit and white minidress in Milan

Kim Kardashian’s platinum hair got a little shorter and her style became a little more 60s. The reality star is in Milan ahead of Dolce & Gabbana’s show tomorrow, and paparazzi caught her dressed in a pearl-embellished catsuit as she arrived at the design house’s office yesterday and a white mini dress today. Kardashian’s once long, sleek platinum hair was curly and medium length in a subtle hair change.

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kim kardashian during day 4 of milan fashion week womenswear spring and summer 2023

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Kardashian spoke up Interview magazine earlier this month about her blonde hair (it’s temporary), her style and what she considers her talent.

Platinum really is a summer thing, she revealed: “I’m keeping it for a bit,” she said. “I feel like I’m going dark this fall just because I don’t want to damage my hair. But I think blondes are more fun. I just feel different.”

With the clothes she wears now, “I trust myself in the sense that I know what looks good and I know what makes me feel really uncomfortable,” she said. “But every once in a while someone will say, ‘Trust me. This looks good.’ Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t and you just have to roll with it. It’s not that serious. I care a lot, but I can’t let it consume me either. Sometimes there are bad angles, bad lighting. You can’t control it all.”

As for her talent — and her fun, she has none, Kardashian explained, “I think it came from people saying, ‘What are you famous for?’ And I think, ‘Well, we have a TV show.’ But just because we don’t sing and dance and act in the show doesn’t mean the fame didn’t come from that. But then I would write it as a hashtag, not bad for a girl with no talent, because people used to say, ‘Well, what do you do? What’s your talent?’ And I say, ‘Didn’t know I needed one.’ I mean, I can give you a million fucking talents. I can cook, use my toes for anything. I could tell you the weirdest shit on the planet. But I think my talent is marketing and the business of selling products and knowing what the customer wants and making it feel attainable but also a little unattainable at the same time. I wouldn’t say it’s a talent. I think it’s a bit of magic and business savvy. Maybe it’s talent, I don’t know.” You can read her entire interview here.

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