Kim Kardashian Says She Went Nude For Her Confidence

Kimmy Cakes can care less about what you think of her nude Paper Magazine cover because she did it to make herself feel “more confident.” Girl, if you don’t let go of all those nasty things people said about you when you were pregnant

“I was so honored and excited to work with (photographer Jean-Paul Goude) because he is a legend, and for me that was something I wanted to do to make myself feel confident,” Kim said in an interview on the Australian TV show “The Project.”

“As a role model I’m not saying anyone else should do that, but for me it was an art project and it taught me to do what you want to do,” she added. “I love the photos, I did it for me, I hope other people like them.”

In other Kim K news, Anna Wintour seemingly shaded the reality star in a new interview with Fashionista, implying that she is distasteful.

“I see the role of Vogue to reflect what’s going on in the culture. The first celebrity that I put on the cover of Vogue was Madonna, and that was considered completely controversial at the time, too. It’s such a long time ago probably no one remembers, but she was a very controversial figure. Now she’s part of the establishment. I think if we just remain deeply tasteful and just put deeply tasteful people on the cover, it would be a rather boring magazine! Nobody would talk about us. It’s very important that people do talk about us. Going back to Estée Lauder’s decision to make Kendall Jenner the face of Estée Lauder. What a fantastic decision that was! They have a wonderful brand that’s very traditionally American, and they decided they want to shake it up and reach a different audience. Now and again one has to do things like that. I think it’s part of the excitement and part of being a journalist. I hope another Kim Kardashian comes along this year!”

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