it must be nice to be Kim Kardashian. She never needs to buy luxury items because all the designers come to her, even the biggest shoe brands. Kim showed off a massive new collection of shoes gifted to her by Gianvito Rossi and Stuart Weitzman that would even make Carrie Bradshaw green with envy.
The SKIMS founder, 41, shared two Instagram Stories on Thursday, September 1, showing off the latest additions to her giant accessory closet. She received 17 pairs of Rossi pointy toe heels in every color they have. From yellow to magenta to bright blue, Kim now has all the colors of the rainbow, plus three different shades of nude hues. An entire row featured dark brown and black heels with just the slightest color differences.
Kim wrote a thank you note down below to Gianvito Rossi for the amazing new shoe collection. Each pair sells for around $725.
But Kim’s shoe giveaway wasn’t over, as she showed off six pairs of stunning new Stuart Weitzman designs. Kim received pairs of pink and black peep toe platform pumps, black suede wedge mules, iridescent peep toe reverse wedge pumps and two strappy peep toe heels that would go with any look day or night in Kim’s style.
The big question is, where will Kim put all those new shoes? She has an entire room of her $60 million Hidden Hills mansion dedicated to nothing but props. She has walls lined with expensive designer handbags and rows of shoes, boots, sandals and every other type of footwear imaginable.
For her 39th birthday alone, Kim received three crystal-covered Judith Leiber handbags that she is a huge collector of, and the total cost of the items was nearly $12,500. She also received a $2,290 Givenchy Eden croc effect bag, all items from close friends and associates.
They know how expensive accessories are Kim’s biggest fashion love, and this time it wasn’t even her birthday! Rossi and Weitzman just wanted Kim to have their latest items so she could wear them and enjoy them…and be photographed! As Kim is one of the most photographed women in the world, having her wear a designer product is the best possible free publicity.