Kim Kardashian Puts Designer Closet On Ebay

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has put items from her designer closet on Ebay following jibes from Kanye West.

Just last week Kim’s boyfriend rapper Kanye West was seen blasting her closest as ‘ghetto’ on her reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Kanye hired the help of a stylist to help Kim clear out her closet and replace it with new items approved by him, declaring she would now make the ‘best dressed lists’ in magazines.

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Kim Kardashian Puts Designer Closet On Ebay

Kim has gone on to list her old clothes on auction website Ebay, with 10 percent of the proceeds going to the Life Change Community Church charity.

An array of expensive items including mini dresses, shirts, shoes and handbags are all up for grabs. Designer brands included in the collection include pieces from Alexander McQueen, Lanvin, Dolce & Gabbana, as well as rather surprisingly Kim and her sister’s own Kardashian Kollection line.

Kim’s sister Kourtney has also decided to give her closet a clean, by listing items of maternity clothing on Ebay following the birth of her daughter. Unlike Kim, most items Kourtney has listed are from popular high street brands such as Lipsy and H&M.

Kardashian fans are expected to get involved in a huge bidding war for a chance to add a piece of clothing owned by the stars to their wardrobe.

Meanwhile Khloe Kardashian is said to be angered by Kim’s closet clearance. Khloe feels Kanye is insulting her own fashion sense when he insults Kim’s as they both have a similar taste. Khloe believes that Kim shouldn’t let a man tell her what to wear, and that by getting rid of half her closest the couple are suggesting that she also needs an image overhaul.

Article By Victoria Beckett

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