Sunday, 17 June 2012

Kim Kardashian’s L’Uomo Vogue Cover Drops.

And now, the moment you've been waiting for: Kim Kardashian's July/August cover of L'Uomo Vogue has hit the Internet.

It’s easy to confuse the sacred and profane when you talk about fame and the icons of contemporary pop-culture, when you’re considered “queen bee” of the social media, able to attract 15 million “twitters” and 7 million friends on Facebook. If you type “Kim Kardashian” in Google, you get 232 millions results in less than 11 seconds.

Everything has been said about her; perhaps too much.

You have to ask if the way she’s depicted really corresponds to reality, or if the Kim Kardashian everyone knows and sees – the new season of E! Entertainment, the seventh, began with In step with the Kardashians – is nothing but one of those many characters created ad hoc and perfected with time (by mum Kris), a money-making machine able to earn 100 thousand dollars to appear in N.Y. or L.A., half a million in Las Vegas and a million dollars by a mysterious fan as donation in the fight against AIDS.


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