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Kim Kardashian Takes Us on a Tour Through Her Home and Reveals Her Most Prized Possessions


Kim Kardashian has a lot of high-profile art in her Axel Vervoordt-designed Calabasas home, but one set of pieces are of particular importance: The drawings by her daughter, North West, a budding artist who caused an avalanche of internet buzz when her work was shared on social media last year.

Kardashian counts North’s paintings as some of her most prized possessions in Vogue’s video series, Objects of Affection, which asks creatives and celebrities to chronicle their favorite things. North, age 8, captures a variety of subjects—ranging from an idyllic mountain scene to her pet bearded dragon—including herself: one drawing shows an abstract head floating in a chaotic swirl of charcoal. (North had COVID-19 and was in her room, Kardashian explains. “Maybe that was just her emo mood.”)


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There are plenty of other touching family mementos scattered throughout the minimalist abode. (“Shockingly, [having] four kids hasn’t messed up my cream house,” Kardashian says of the space.) Take Kardashian’s personalized scrapbook for each child, or the “childhood trunk” her mother, Kris Jenner, filled with birthday cards sent by great grandparents and her favorite Minnie Mouse costume.

And while Kim allows her children to do whatever they want with their bedrooms—“one is pink, one is purple, one is blue, one is dinosaurs,” she says—many of her other favorite things fit the carefully curated Axel-aesthetic, including an all-gray Maybach. “I find there is so much chaos out in the world that when I come home, I want it to be really quiet—I want everything to feel calming,” she says.

Below, watch Kardashian share her objects of affection.

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