Kardashian West, who is now studying to be a lawyer, has spent the past year helping inmates who were given too harsh a prison sentence seek clemency. News, the 38-year-old said it was "the first time in 20 years that Mr. Mugler has designed for the House of Thierry Mugler" and that "he envisioned me as this California girl stepping out of the ocean, on the red carpet, wet, dripping".
Azaria continued: "Fast forward to yesterday". Most recently, she and Kanye West paid a visit to one of the inmates she helped release and offered to help remove his face tattoos so he could get a fresh start in life. Hopefully, North will soon take over the creative direction of her dad's clothing brand -Yezzy, so that it will be a tad more wearable for the general public. Our relationship hasn't been the easiest- I pushed him away for years out of hurt for his absence, but yesterday was all the feels. The business woman took to Twitter to announce the victory, noting the amount of satisfaction she derives from "this life saving work." "We did it again", she wrote to her 60 million followers.
"I rolled my eyes and never sent it", Algarin wrote.
And Kim recalled that before she made her Met Gala debut in 2013 alongside her husband Kanye West, she would often look at pictures of the extravagant outfits and "dream" that she would one day be able to attend the prestigious event.
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They've been able to help free inmates through the First Step Act, a bill which aims to reduce mandatory minimum prison sentences and reintegrate inmates into society. "It's insane but it's so fun to be around people that are super smart and get it and want the same thing".
The entrepreneur visited the White House previous year to talk with Trump about criminal justice reform, a meeting that resulted in the release of Alice Johnson, a great-grandmother given a life sentence for a drug-related crime. We're not usually rooting for Kim to show more swagger, because she always seems to be radiating it, but it's important to remember every once in a while that the celebs we criticize and admire are just people trying their best too.
"When I was pleading your case to the president, I was like, 'She has family that she can live with".