Kim Kardashian got another Vogue cover. Sarah Michelle Gellar, Naomi Campbell, and all the other haters who were appalled at her U.S. cover can all relax, since this time she's headed overseas. Kim Kardashian's Australian Vogue cover finds the reality star and North West's mama all sorts of natural looking. She has skipped the contouring, the mega curled lashes, and the overly glossed lips in favor of a softer, "no makeup" look. Save for the matte, dark nude lips, Kardashian is as fresh-faced as she has ever looked.
She's also owning that winter white outfit. Her V-neck top has long sleeves and a deep dip, but the built-in bandeau top keeps things tame. The skirt also has some delicate pleating that shows just a hint of skin, which is also rare for the starlet.
This is no Internet-breaking image a la her oiled butt Paper spread. But I like it better, honestly. She looks so lovely when she is au naturel… save for whatever Photoshopping was done. This is Kimmy at her prettiest and I've previously argued that less-is-more with Kim Kardashian.
Kardashian (or Kardashian West, if you've finally gotten into that habit) graces the cover of the Down Under Vogue's February 2015 issue, nearly a year after her and Kanye's Vogue U.S. debut, which was met with derision, some questionable comments made by Anna Wintour herself, and healthy sales, meaning it did what it was supposed to and that's spark conversation and sales.
Don't you love how wind-blown her hair is, too?
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