Kim Kardashian Reveals Inspiration Behind ‘Break the Internet’ Shoot [WATCH VIDEO]
Kim Kardashian has taken the internet by storm since her full frontal shoot for Paper magazine as it hit the worldwide web last week. The 34-year-old caused an online sensation the latest cover with the caption 'Break the Internet'. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Kardashian has revealed the inspiration behind the sensational shoot featuring her pose full frontal and posterior nude in pictures taken by Jean-Paul Goude.
“Women need to believe in themselves, their abilities and knowledge. When this is paired with strong drive and hard work, it can take you a long way,” said Kardashian in an interview with Herald Sun's Confidential, which took place after the iniquitous shoot in Melbourne on Nov.17, 2014.
“I hope I inspire women to put their best foot forward. Self-confidence is so important,” she added. Kardashian is in Melbourne to launch her new perfume called "Fleur Fatale" at Spice Market and Chadstone Shopping Centre.
Kardashian — who is considered as a social media and selfie queen, the doyenne of reality TV, socialite, fashion designer, businesswoman, model, and actress — believes in leading by example. She hopes the world's most talked about cover and pictures from Paper Magazine will help women feel more confident.
The images were shot while Kim was in Paris for Fashion Week back in September has indeed reinforced her media exposure, generating numerous parodies and imitations.Many people have criticized her for being a mother and doing the shoot, referring to her toddler daughter North West.
It seems Kardashian loves to push the boundaries. She did such risqué shoot with the approval of her husband Kanye West. He tweeted his approval of the cover with the hashtag #ALLDAY.
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