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“Do I need to put on another pair of shapewear?” Kim asks her team. Chris Appleton has a solution. “He lifted up my butt, in my Skims,” Kim narrates, “and repositioned my shapewear. Then it went up.” And just like that, one of Kim’s most successful cycles of media controversy was made possible by two cornerstones of her brand: Kris Jenner and Skims. It’s been a busy week, non? Many happenings are happening at the same time. The Crown is back with divorce, Diana, and the Paris Ritz. The mids are terming and Trump keeps teasing coming back, a bit like rerunning a TV show that gave half the country an ocular migraine. Asylum is still being sought globally. War is not over in Ukraine. Canapé season is around the corner, and we’re all devising ’fits that echo the Italian escorts in The White Lotus. In the U.K., we’re eulogizing a coconut-filled, chocolate-cloaked candy bar, Tory tangoing from Boris “Partygate” Johnson to Liz “Pork Farm” Truss to Rishi “filthy rich, but quite blah” Sunak, while watching our former health secretary eat kangaroo genitals. Catch me outside after two drinks talking about how “everything is unstable” since we lost the queen.
While Kim, the self-described shapeshifter, has embarked on a Rocky-esque training regimen to fit into the dress, Kourtney has been depicted more like royalty, trying on crowns at the Dolce & Gabbana showroom in Milan and being regularly referred to as “my queen” by fiancé Travis Barker. The sisters’ experiences during their respective dress-fittings are equally dissimilar. Domenico Dolce hand-tailors Kourt’s dress to fit her figure—a creative process we witness firsthand, as fabric flies and new shapes are made. “Domenico springs into action and starts biting bones out of my dress,” Kourtney tells us during a confessional, “and cutting things and completely building a dress on me.” Back in Orlando, Kim and her team strain to fit her into Marilyn’s dress, which absolutely cannot be cut up according to her shape. After all, the dress is, itself, history, and—though the Kardashians may be masters of narrative—the past is immutable. The camera zooms in on Kim’s curves, which are, at the moment, very inconvenient to the form she’s aspiring to fit. “Oh, my God,” my viewing budding (my sister) exclaimed. “Is this about to be a Skims plug?” As the scene progresses, it seems it is.
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