- Kim Kardashian runs an eye-wear label
- Kim stole a pair of sunglasses from a Dior store in Hawaii
- "I have them to this day," said Kim Kardashian
Television personality Kim Kardashian, who also runs an international eye-wear label in collaboration with Carolina Lemke, once stole a pair of Dior sunglasses. Yes, you read that right! The 38-year-old actress, in an interview with Bustle, recalled the escapade, wherein she and her sister Khloe Kardashian chanced upon a pair of golden-rimmed Dior sunglasses that they set their eyes on right away. During the interview, Kim revealed that it was during a vacation in Hawaii, when she and Khloe were teenagers. "We were in Hawaii and there was this Christian Dior store and no one was working there. Like, it was in the wild... Just an empty store. Khloe really wanted the Dior sunglasses, so we took them and we walked out," Bustle quoted Kim Kardashian as saying.
Interestingly, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star still owns the pair. During the interview, Kim described the intricacies of the sunglasses' design and told Bustle: "These sunglasses were everything. I still have them to this day and they were so much fun. So cute." She summed up the incident as "funny" and added, "That was so funny. We were like this is wild. I think the employee must have gone to the bathroom or been in the back by herself on a Sunday. I don't know what the story was, but it was really funny."
Kim Kardashian became a household name after she featured in the television reality series Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The former socialite has featured in films like Disaster Movie, Temptation: Confessions Of A Marriage Counselor, Deep In The Valley and Ocean's 8. She also participated as a celebrity contestant in the dance reality show Dancing with the Stars.
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