New York City is a long way both physically and style-wise from Calabasas and might have been too far a leap for the Kardashian’s store DASH to take. NYC is where the big boys play fashion, people with decades or cred, experience and vision. That shiny shit that passes for fashion in Miami 9 times out of 10 doesn’t stand a chance in the big apple, so it’s no wonder that the New York Times isn’t exactly welcoming the Kardashians boutique with open arms. They call DASH, “A hastily assembled store to serve as a story line and location for a third-degree reality show spinoff.” You can read the rest of the piece here.
NYT Disses DASH’s New NYC Store
By on December 9, 2010 in Kim Kardashian
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