In the latest episode of the hit reality series “The Kardashians,” the famous sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian find themselves at odds over a fashion collaboration with none other than Dolce & Gabbana.
But this clash isn’t just about business; it’s about family and personal boundaries. Kourtney Kardashian pours out her frustration and accuses her sister Kim of “copying” her wedding and prioritizing lucrative deals over sisterly loyalty.
The drama unfolds, and we can’t help but get sucked into the glitz, glam, and sibling rivalry of it all.
This explosive sister drama has left fans wondering: was it a case of jealousy, greed, or just plain sibling rivalry?
Kourtney, still basking in the afterglow of her lavish Italian wedding to musician Travis Barker, is hurt by Kim’s decision to work with Dolce & Gabbana. She confides in Kendall Jenner, expressing her frustration with the situation: “So Kim is in Milan, you know, doing this whole Kim/Dolce & Gabbana, Ciao, Kim, living la dolce vita, whatever.”
It seems that Kourtney’s wedding, which was not just a business deal but a personal expression of her love and style, feels undermined by her sister’s collaboration.
Kourtney emphasizes the personal nature of her wedding attire choices, saying, “It’s not like I did their campaign and she did their campaign right after. It’s my actual wedding. That wasn’t a business deal for me. I did it because it felt personal.”
She claims that Kim, on the other hand, always seems to prioritize business opportunities over family bonds.
The tension escalates as Kourtney reveals that she drew inspiration from Dolce & Gabbana’s ’90s archives for her wedding outfits, only to discover that Kim did the same for her collection.
She accuses Kim of “legit copying” her wedding and seeing it as nothing more than dollar signs. Kourtney’s tears flow as she shares how Kim seemed uninterested and unhappy during her special day, while everyone else was reveling in the joyous celebration.
The sisters’ differing perspectives come to light as Kendall tries to mediate the situation, acknowledging both sides: “I can see how you could feel like you had your toes stepped on.” She emphasizes the importance of individuality and respecting each other’s boundaries.
But the underlying tension remains, and the clash between business and sisterhood reaches a boiling point.
Kourtney’s frustration extends beyond Kim’s actions. She feels betrayed by their momager, Kris Jenner, who never mentioned Kim’s collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana or sought Kourtney’s opinion on the matter. Kourtney believes that if the tables were turned, Kim would have freaked out.
It’s not just about the collaboration itself but the lack of communication and consideration within the family.
As the episode progresses, tensions rise, and the fallout becomes inevitable. The episode ends with Kim asserting that everything will come out on the show, suggesting that their reality series acts as therapy for their family conflicts.
In the world of the Kardashians, where fame, fashion, and family intertwine, the drama never ceases and no controversy goes unnoticed. Will the sisters find a way to reconcile their differences and prioritize their bond over business? Or will this feud drive an even deeper wedge between them?
Tune in to “The Kardashians” on Hulu for the next episode, as the fallout from the Dolce & Gabbana drama continues.