Kim Kardashian may be known for her curves, but the reality star insists that she’s actually the smallest thing you’ll ever lay eyes on.
In her interview with Stephen Gan for Harper’s Bazaar, Kardashian, 35, reveals that she’s actually a size 2. Recalling the times when high fashion designers would refuse to dress her because of her body, she laments that some people still will not send her clothes to wear because they’re afraid she will not fit into sample sizes.
“I’m a size two. I happen to be curvy, but for some reason I’m the master of squeezing into anything, and so it’s fun to see when a designer finally sends something and they’re like, ‘Wait, she really fit in that sample size,'” she says. “It’s hard to find things that are unique and also fit my body type, and that are ahead of the curve and ahead of the game. I love always elevating and trying new things and I think that’s where Kanye [West] comes in, because I swear he sees everything a few steps ahead of anyone else.”
Crediting her husband with helping her rethink fashion, Kardashian gushes, “Kanye is a big part of my fashion story and my fashion transformation.”
“He’s my best stylist. Every look I love is definitely something that he’s had a hand in helping to style or put together,” she continues. “My friends and my sisters will say, ‘I’ve never met anyone like you two who will just sit in a closet for hours and try on clothes and cut things up and redesign them.'”
In the same interview, West explains that the mom-of-two gets dolled up everyday because she’s photographed so much that she’s become the “modern day Marie Antoinette.” (So let them eat kake?) Though Kardashian may not have a professional shoot every day of the week, she feels she still needs to look the part because she’s constantly hounded by photographers.
“My wife is the face of the change of fashion, where designers who literally wouldn’t let her sit in shows are now making entire collections based off of her shape,” the rapper says. “It’s funny, for Kim to be photographed so much, [she] represents our modern day Marie Antoinette. She gets hair and makeup every day, not just for a photo shoot. Why? Because every day is a photo shoot.”