The Fondation Louis Vuitton—the Frank Gehry-designed art hub recently opened in Paris by the luxury group LVMH—held off its impending classical exhibitions this past weekend in lieu of a performance by Kanye West. Bernard Arnault, LVMH’s CEO, was one of the big names in attendance, along with the Oscar-winning film director of 12 Years a Slave, Steve McQueen. But in West's orbit, one star always seems to shine brighter than the rest: Kim Kardashian, of course.
She succeeded once more at top-notch intrigue while sitting backstage after the show, chatting to WWD about her halo of newly blond hair. “I’ve had references of Madonna with platinum hair… on my computer forever,” she noted, adding that she’s “happy with it. It’s a look.” And apparently she’ll be keeping the color for an upcoming campaign, the specifics of which she wouldn’t dare reveal. Cue the endless speculation.
In the meantime, we’ll have to make do with another interesting tidbit: Kardashian’s comfort with redesigning her Céline wares. The item in question? A black coat that was originally white, which she also added a fur collar to. According to West, it’s “now… a really dope coat.” A winning endorsement if there ever was one.
Any guesses on who Kardashian's new campaign is for? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to read the full article over at WWD.