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    The Kardashians: Kim has designer wardrobe for North West

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly been sent over 200 pieces of designer clothing for North West, that they have yet to dress her in.

    The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' beauty has reportedly been sent hundreds of pieces of designer clothing that she has yet to dress daughter in.

    According to US Weekly, a source revealed that North's wardrobe includes clothes from Oscar de la Renta, Alexander Wang and Roberto Cavalli.

    The insider said: "Kim and Kanye are grateful when designers send them some pieces.

    "North loves clothes and getting ready to go out. It's a lot of fun."
    The source then added that the 16-month-old even has a pair of half-carat Lorraine Schwartz earrings which are worth "well over $50,000".

    They also revealed that Kim has stocked up on baby equipment and has several expensive strollers located around the world.

    The source explained: "She has one in Paris and New York, and she keeps one at her sisters' houses.

    "All of North's stuff is always waiting at the location they're travelling to.

    "They use a local caterer to bring in food for North while she is in Paris. Kim likes Nori's food to be all organic."

    Kim Kardashian Rocks Tight Leather Skirt All Over Paris

    Kim Kardashian joined Kanye West in Paris this weekend where she shocked us, ditching her now-signature all-white look. On Friday (Jan. 17), the 33-year-old reality star donned a black leather peplum shirt paired with a black pencil skirt for dinner with her fiance and some of the biggest creative minds in the world, including designer Azzedine Alaïa, Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani and designer Riccardo Tisci.

    On Saturday, Kardashian hit the streets of Paris for some retail therapy dressed head to toe in designer threads, and she wanted everyone to know it. The reality star took to her own Instagram account to share that she was rocking a leather Givenchy skirt, Alexander Wang t-shirt, Céline coat and Tom Ford heels.

    First Interview In Australia, E! Cameras Stay Home

    The upside of being a reality star is that it's possible to monetize every move you make, no matter how mundane or common it may be, especially if you're a Kardashian. The downside is that it means that every move you make is also fodder for intense public speculation, especially if you're a Kardashian. That family has televised and cashed in on so many aspects of their lives that it's now hard to tell just what their aim -- and sincerity level -- is following the news that Kim is divorcing Kris Humphries, but as the symbols of a new evolution (devolution?) in entertainment, it's certainly worth speculating about.

    Following a day of "insiders" insisting to various news outlets that Kim is indeed upset about her divorce, and that her marriage was in no way a shame, Kim took to her blog to explain herself and express authenticity. Having let that marinate overnight, she's just given her first interview about the split, again promising true heartbreak.

    "I don't think I'm ready to go into, you know, the details of what went on in my marriage," she told the interviewer. "But I do want to make clear that I would never marry for a TV show, for money, for anything like that. I think that's really ridiculous that I have to even defend that... I guess, you know, that comes along with when you film your wedding for a reality show."

    Here's the thing: the interview took place at a radio station in Australia, where she flew yesterday to promote one of her many clothing lines. Not accompanying her on the trip? TV cameras from E!, the network that airs all of the Kardashians' programming. The executives at E! are allegedly in a bit of a state of panic; on Monday, they continued airing repeats of the highly successful wedding special that first broadcast on October 9th; according to the New York Times, the network had planned on ramping up repeat airings, with a graphic noting the impending divorce, but changed course at the last minute on Tuesday.

    Still, the network defended their airing of the wedding at all, with network head Suzanne Kolb saying, "The program model of television doesn't exactly keep up with the life model of real people."

    That's for sure. Later this month, they will be airing the next season of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York," which was filmed in September and October -- or, during the transition from Honeymoon period to breakdown.

    How will those episodes do in the ratings? Will people tune in to see what went down, or will they be disgusted by the whole saga and avoid it? And going forward, what will E! be allowed to film? Without a doubt, they'll want to continue making new Kardashian shows (it is a shared lifeblood for the family and network), and so they'll have to capture some divorce proceedings. How real will it get?

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