Kim Kardashian West ‘considering return to Paris Fashion Week’
Kim Kardashian West is considering a return to Paris Fashion Week five months after she was robbed in the city.
The 36-year-old reality TV star was robbed at gunpoint of $10 million worth of jewels in October 2016, but is reportedly weighing up the prospect of returning to the French capital for Fashion Week, which starts later this month.
Kanye West – Kim’s husband and the father of her three-year-old daughter North and 14-month-old son Saint – is keen to attend the winter fashion week and the ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star is contemplating going with him, according to People.
Meanwhile, Kris Jenner, Kim’s mother, recently confirmed Kanye missed the Grammy Awards because he was too busy with his fashion empire.
The ‘Famous’ hitmaker was a notable absentee from the awards bash at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and the showbiz matriarch explained that he was tied up preparing for his New York Fashion Week show.
Speaking about Kanye’s absence on Sunday (02.17.17), Kris explained: "The truth is he’s got a big fashion show in New York because it’s New York Fashion Week. And my entire family is back there. Some of the kids are on their way tomorrow. He’s got a lot of work to do. We wish he could be here!"
But during the awards ceremony, host James Corden couldn’t resist teasing the audience when he introduced Recording Academy president Neil Portnow.
He said: "Some call him Yeezy, North West calls him Daddy and Kim Kardashian calls him…
"Oh, I’m sorry. I get those two confused all the time."
Back in New York, meanwhile, Kanye has this week debuted his latest fashion collection with Yeezy Season 5.
Kanye’s launch was watched by the likes of Kylie Jenner, Hailey Baldwin and Anna Wintour, as well as his wife Kim.
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