Kim Kardashian, the founder of Shapewear and a friend of Ivanka Trump’s, recently shared photos of her children dressed up for Halloween, and the outfits are quite a throwback.
Kardashian gave viewers a glimpse of her children posing for photographs as ’90s music icons in a compilation video that she posted to her “Kim and North” TikTok account. In the video, her daughter North was dressed as the late R&B singer Aaliyah, her son Psalm was having a snack while dressed as the late rapper Eazy-E, her daughter Chicago was dressed as Sade, and her son Saint was dressed as a tiny, adorable Snoop Dogg. Looks like fun!
Because Kardashian frequently dresses up her entire family in matching costumes for Halloween, we have a feeling that Kim will disguise herself as someone else when the holiday really rolls around. Is it too obvious to predict what Lil’ Kim will do next? In 2020, she and her friend Jonathan Cheban dressed up as characters from “Tiger King,” Carole Baskin, and Joe Exotic, respectively, while her children played the role of tigers. In 2019, she went for the Flintstones theme, with Ye presumably donning a dinosaur costume. It would appear that she is stealing a page out of Beyoncé’s playbook this year. Beyoncé and Jay-Z frequently dress up as other celebrities, such as the Jacksons, Salt-N-Pepa, Biggie, Flo Jo, and a number of others.
Kardashian continued to showcase her Halloween outfits on Instagram, and she also gave followers a sneak peek inside the member of the family that goes all out for the holiday: her home. I’m not going to sugarcoat it; it is quite eerie. Kim and her children live in a bare-bones house that gives off the impression that it is haunted when it is not occupied, but what she had it changed into is just…a lot.
The landscape in front of Kim Kardashian’s home has been transformed into a night of the living d.e.a.d by the reality television star. The night of the living d.e.a.d features skeletal trees, hooded figures gathered around a bonfire, and hands that are reaching up through the earth. You can see the nails that she had on the day that they were formed in the hands, which she explains are cast from molds of her hands and the hands of her family members. Everything on the outside is bone white due to aesthetics, but on the inside, she trades mummies for skeletons. Garments and bandages are strung from every nook and cranny, and full-size bodies are suspended in the air.