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The Kardashian sisters sizzle wholesale halloween costumes in lingerie for clothing line campaign... shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz
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Many wholesale Plus Size Lingerie critics continue to dismiss the Kardashians as simply famous for being famous.
But one respected figure has jumped on the bandwagon - world renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz has shot the sisters for an ad campaign to promote their clothing line for department store Sears.
Kim, Kourtney and Khloe posed for the famed artist scantily clad in lingerie in newly released shots.
Sister act: Racy new promotional shots of the Kardashian sisters for the Sears clothing line have been released
Gazing seductively at the cameras, Kim, 30, shows off her famous assets in a black and white lace set.
RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Through the keyhole: Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries begin... Kendall Jenner perfects her model strut as she takes centre... Share this article Share Kourtney, 32, dons a skimpy colourful design while youngest Khloe, 27, wears a pretty pink lace basque and suspender stockings.
The top secret photoshoot was completed back in May, and Kim gushed about working with Leibovitz on her blog at the time.
Smouldering: Kourtney, Kim and Khloe pose for celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz
She wrote: 'What an amazing day! We shot with the living legend herself, Annie Leibovitz! I swear this was such an eye opening day. She shot our Kardashian Kollection for Sears ad campaign!
'I can’t give away any details, but we have never been shot like this before and it was soooo fun shooting with Kourtney and Khloe… Mason even made a cameo!'
The trio clearly made a lasting impression on the photographer, who is now throwing them a bash at her studio in New York next week to celebrate the Kardashian Kollection clothing line.
Animal instinct: The family are expanding their empire with another retail store opening soon in Las Vegas called Kardashian Khaos
Leibovitz is known for her love of celebrity photography and has snapped rock and business royalty with commissions from Michael Jackson to Bill Gates to real royalty, The Queen.
The 61-year-old famously photographed John Lennon and Yoko Ono in his last photo shoot. He was shot and killed just five hours later.
In the photos with the New York based photographed the Kardashian girls lounge on a sofa clad all in black and in another strut towards the camera in leopard-print pieces.
The Kardashian Kollection was launched in Los Angeles a fortnight ago and hit stores on August 25.
Moving on up: The girls in May with blonde photographer Leibovitz. She is throwing them a party at her New York studio next week to celebrate their new Sears collection
In addition to their collection for Sears and various fragrances and other products, the family continue to expand their retail empire.
They announced this week that another boutique, named Kardashian Khaos will be opening later this year in Las Vegas. The family already have three branches of their DASH franchise in Calabasas, New York and Miami.
A cheap lingerie sites View from the Top: Michelle Mone, founder of lingerie company Ultimo
Baroness pink babydoll nightie Mone of Mayfair is tall and imposing- plus a few inches for her heels. She's deeply tanned, wearing a skin-tight white sleeveless dress and is as delightfully big-bosomed as you would expect from the woman behind the Ultimo silicon-padded cleavage bra. And as sweet as pie.
You can see why plus size cheap lingerie Mone was told to tone down when she first arrived at the House of Lords. The sight of her dressed like this must have sent a few of those peers into cardiac arrest.
Perhaps David Cameron cute plus size lingerie - who nominated her for the peerage- had a better sense of humour than we knew. Maybe letting this Glaswegian belle loose among the beasts was part of his cunning plan to cut down the Lords?
Who knows, but Mone tells me she nearly didn't take up his offer."When David called to say, 'How would you like to be a baroness for life,'I said I didn't think I could do it. It would take me out of my comfort zone."
"I told him 'I'm a businesswoman, an entrepreneur. I don't have the education, the background or the qualifications to do this."
And Cameron's response? "Well, he said:'You will grow into it.'" She laughs:"He was right. I have grown into it. Looking back, what's funny is that when I go around the world with Tony Robbins [the US motivational author] giving speeches, I tell people to do just that -get out of your comfort zone. Take risks."
That was nearly two years ago, and now the 46-year-old from the city's East End tenements, who left school at 15, loves being with her peers."I have settled down, met so many different and interesting people who I never thought would be friends. I've learned about so many new things I never thought I would, like the recent energy bill. I am here for life now, and I don't want to run out of the door any more."
Today she is holding court in the cool of the Dorchester Suite at the Dorchester Hotel, on one of the hottest days of the year. She is running late for our lunch date and is tucking into a salad when we meet, so offers me a sandwich; only the kitchen needs 40 minutes to make one.