Kim Kardashian (41) was a hot topic with the bizarre black edition of the Met Gala this year, but still managed to win the People’s Choice Fashion Icon Award, and in her speech on stage she paid tribute to her ex-partner Kanye West (44) with who is divorcing.
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On the awards stage, Kim appeared in a Balenciaga edition reminiscent of her Met Gala edition, but this time instead of being completely covered, she appeared in a black corset with a black roll complemented by black gloves and black high heels. boots, but also sunglasses that look like a face mask.
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Kim was accompanied by her sister Khloe Kardashian and mother Kris Jenner at the award ceremony, but in her speech after receiving the award from last year’s winner Tracy Ellis Ross, Kim Kardashian took the opportunity to thank her ex-husband:
“I am really honored to be here. I started my career as a wardrobe organizer and stylist, so the fact that I receive a fashion icon award is amazing.”, said Kim, recalling the time she worked as a Paris Hilton stylist.
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In doing so, Kim attributed the greatest credit for her success to Kanye West, with whom she is currently divorcing after seven years of marriage.
“Thank you Kanye for really introducing me to the fashion world and for making me really fall in love with fashion. There are really a lot of people who inspire me.
I feel like a dream because I have the opportunity to wake up and wear this amazing outfit, try new things and take risks.”, she said.
Watch the video of Kim’s speech here:
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