Kim Kardashian slams sisters' 'disgusting' fashion choices

Kim Kardashian slams sisters' 'disgusting' fashion choices

Speaking on the latest episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", Kim expressed she was unimpressed by her sisters' choices: "I can't even eat dinner because I'm so disgusted with my sisters' insane outfits that completely don't go with my look".

On this week's all-new Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim slams sister Kourtney Kardashian's style during a trip to Tokyo, Japan. "I can't even eat dinner because I'm so disgusted with my sisters' insane outfits that completely don't go with my look. I feel like we're stuck", Kim tells Kourtney and her glam team.

'I want you to be more cool girl, ' insisted Kim. And then like, 'Oh we're in Japan, it's insane colours. She redirected her stress by calling out Kourtney and Khloe for wearing clothes that totally clashed with her Kanye-designed outfits.

'Well, you look like you just won the Tour de France, ' giggled Kourtney. "Kourtney with Japanese-inspired outfits and Khloé's wearing silver sequins, turquoise eyeshadow, huge chandelier earrings. You look like f*cking clowns", she says. News: "He has a really focused mission of what he wants to talk about, and I think the White House is really receptive to his ideas".

This obviously went down like a led balloon with Kourtney, who openly admitted to turning down deals to focus instead on family life and raising her children. Getting formerly incarcerated men and women to work in his factories, I know that's really important to him, making that a standard for who he employs. But hey, we're not all Kendall, you know? "100 percent", Kim said.

'It is a lot of pressure, it is my husband's collection, ' said Kim, 37. Like you don't look anything innovative.

The mother-of-three went on to say that she would happily have formerly incarcerated men and women work within her brand and said that she is extremely proud of Kanye.

Of course, in classic Kourtney style, she wasn't going to take that shit sitting down, and so she chose to swipe back where it hurts - critiquing her brother-in-law's design. "We're just doing fun things together, and it's not that serious".

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