Kim Kardashian and her sisters are starring in the new campaign for Calvin Klein Underwear which has left the internet ablaze after photos of the shoot emerged.
And what a gorgeous set of siblings they make. We’ve always loved Calvin Klein bras and knickers with their thick elasticated straps and edges complete with bold logos. They’re so 1990s, so understated and sexy.
According to Daily Mail, Kim believes her authentic nature is one of the reasons behind her success and that of her siblings. The ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star – is helping to promote her family’s latest Calvin Klein campaign.
“I think our family is definitely really relatable. I mean we know that we definitely show a side that’s not as relatable, but I think it’s the balance of being in between, of seeing us come up and doing that with us and sharing those experiences with us.I think it’s because [fans] can sense our authenticity with one another.”
Kim’s sentiment about motherhood has been echoed by her half-sister Kylie Jenner, who gave birth to her daughter Stormi Webster on February 1.
The brunette beauty admitted that the challenge of raising a child has also changed her perspective.
She explained: ‘It just made me look at life a little differently and just value time.’
Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian – who gave birth to her first child, a daughter named True, on April 12 – admitted she feels like she’s fulfilled her purpose in life after becoming a parent.
The reality TV star – who is dating NBA player Tristan Thompson – said
“I feel like this is a role that women are made to do, as cliche as that sounds, and I think it’s OK to be afraid at the same time, but I’m excited.”
The 37-year-old reality star – who has kids North, five, Saint, two, and six-month-old Chicago with husband Kanye West – has revealed that motherhood has completely transformed her outlook on life.
“Being a mom just not makes you give a f**k about anything else but what’s immediately going on inside, like in your home, in your family – like all the other stuff kind of fades away.”