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You can’t deny that there is a lot of Kardashians and Jenners to keep track of these days. They are everywhere you look and there does not seem to be any slowing down.

Since Kylie’s many celebrations for her big 18 birthday, the famous family have been giving us all some serious holiday wardrobe envy as they prance around St. Barths.



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Now there is some great news for anyone who considers the siblings to be their ultimate style icons.

The website The RealReal, have in stock items from the wardrobes of the Kardashians and Jenners. It seems like before their big family holiday they took the time clear out some closets. How nice of them.





So now you can actually own the pants Kendall wore during Paris Fashion Week. Or the spiked Louboutins Khloe wore to kick the shins of her enemies. That’s probably not what she did with them, but they do have that badass vibe going for them.

For anyone out there in need of both a taco fix and some Jenner style inspo, you can get your hands on Kylie’s Chanel clutch. Fancy, and also reminiscent of a tasty snack.

While the family might not fancy owning the pieces anymore, they are still quite the style guide, and really who wouldn’t want to own something the famous family have lived in. Imagine, you could be sweating into the same white tunic (from The Row, FYI) that Kendall did once upon a time.

Except not, because we all know that Kardashians don’t sweat, they glow. That’s how good their makeup skills are these days.



We’d have thought a whole heap of graduates and fashionistas-in-the-making would give up their Hermes bag to nab an internship with The Row.

But it seems that one disgruntled former employee is less than happy with her lot.

Indeed, Shahista Lalani is suing Dualstar, the parent company run by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen which also oversees The Row – for wage theft.

Now a designer herself, Shahista also reckons that around 40 past and present interns are in her position: overpaid and underworked.

A graduate of the prestigious Parsons School Of Design in Manhattan, she worked under The Row’s head technical designer for five months.

“She was very demanding,” Ms Lalani recalled. “I was doing the work of three interns. I was talking to her all day, all night. Emails at nighttime for the next day, like 10pm.”

Ms Lalani even claimed she was hospitalised for dehydration because of the job’s demands: the 29-year-old stated that she worked in 38C New York summer heat, carrying “like 50lbs worth of trench coats”.

The Canadian native also said she put in 50-hour weeks “inputting data into spreadsheets, making tech sheets, running personal errands for paid employees, organising materials, photocopying, sewing, pattern cutting, among other related duties”.

“You’re like an employee, except you’re not getting paid. They’re kind of mean to you.

“Other interns have cried. I’d see a lot of kids crying doing coffee runs, photocopying stuff,” Ms Lalani furthermore claimed.

And while she never worked directly for the Olsens, both 29, she said she saw them occasionally at meetings.

“They’re really nice people,” she said. “They were never mean to anyone. They’re business people.”

Former child-stars the Olsens launched The Row, named as an homage to the precision of Savile Row tailoring, in 2004 with a simple white t-shirt. 

The label now turns over tens of millions annually creating uber-expensive, high-end clothing and accessories.



Style twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have opened their first retail store – and it has its own swimming pool!

The new boutique, for their fashion label The Row, opened in LA earlier this week.

The sisters have placed a leather basket of plush towels beside it for anyone who fancies a dip mid-shopping!

Even the newly-engaged Mary-Kate has thought about getting in on the action.

“It’s really tempting,” she said.

The store has been converted from a hair salon that the sisters had both went to since they were children.

It’s divided into three areas they have called ‘galleries’, which have been laid out to look like a home – with a dining room, library, and even a living room!

While The Row retails in 188 stores across 37 countries, the LA boutique is the first stand alone store for the label.

A range of the sisters’ favourite Manolo Blahnik styles are also for sale in the boutique.