Kim Kardashian claims she's having panic attacks without Kanye as her stylist

Kim Kardashian claims she's having panic attacks without Kanye as her stylist ...

Kim Kardashian is attempting to reimagine her personal style.

The Skims founder opens up to sister Kourtney about the difficulties of getting dressed for big events since she filed to divorce Kanye West in early 2021 in a scene from Thursday''s new episode of Hulus The Kardashians.

The Donda rapper once performed a double duty as a Kardashians stylist after spending a week on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and masterminding many of her most famous red carpet looks.

I got to a point where I would only ask him for advice for everything from what I wear. Even now, im having like panic attacks, like, What do I wear? Kim, 41, told Kourtney, 43.

While West, 44, styled his abusive wife for her SNL hosting event in October 2021, Kardashian was on her own for the WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards the following month, where she was nominated for her Skims brand.

I was like, How do I wear something that hasn''t been pre-vetted first?'' the actress said, adding that choosing a look took a toll on psychologically and that she was so dissatisfied.

West wasn''t exactly a fan of the leather Skims x Fendi dress she picked out, which she had soon suffered a wardrobe ailment when it was unzipped as she sought to receive her Brand Innovator award.

Afterward, he told me my career has ended, and then he showed me a photo of Marge Simpson wearing something similar, Kardashian deadpanned.

While the brunette bombshell was publicly credited West with introducing [her] to the fashion world at the Peoples Choice Awards in December, the Grammy winner has since been able to influence other women''s wardrobes.

West styled the Uncut Gems actress in a series of Kardashian-inspired outfits during his rocky one-month relationship with Julia Fox, and he now seems to be doing the same with Chaney Jones, a new muse who has a different resemblance to his most famous ex.

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