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Kim Kardashian launches a home accessories collection


Kim Kardashian is launching a home accessories collection.
The 41-year-old star has revealed that her new collection - which includes a vanity tray, round container, canister, tissue box and waste basket - will be released on October 6.
Kim - who lives in a $60 million mansion in Hidden Hills, California - said: "When I designed the packaging for my SKKN BY KIM skincare line, I drew inspiration from concrete sculpture and varying shades of stone.
"I knew I wanted to complement my skincare collection with home accessories, designed to display my products and elevate the home with modern, minimalistic elegance.
"When designing this collection, I wanted to bring the monochromatic interior design elements from my home to others."
Kim has also claimed that the "minimalist design creates a sense of quiet and calm".
She told Architectural Digest: "I think having the concrete material and monochromatic design are important for my mental wellness.
"I find that there is so much chaos out in the world that when I come home, the minimalist design creates a sense of quiet and calm."
Meanwhile, Kim recently claimed that her style "resonates" with the public.
The reality star believes a lot of women are able to "connect" with her sense of style because it feels "attainable".
She explained: "There’s so many people that I look at and I’m like, 'Oh my god. I love how they dress.' Or, 'I love that. That’s so fresh.' I get it.
"And then for me, I can find things that could be so simple, and that a lot of people, a lot of girls, can connect to - and that is very sellable. The things I wear seem realistic. There’s an easy way to find a similar item or a solution to wear something similar, and I think that may be what resonates. It feels attainable."