Kim Kardashian West Featured on 'Vogue India' Cover

Kim Kardashian
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Kim Kardashian West attends The Tot holiday pop-up celebration at Laduree at the Grove on Dec. 4, 2017 in Los Angeles. 

The mogul talks family and 10 years of 'Keeping Up.'

Against a backdrop of red flowers, Kim Kardashian West appears on this month's cover of Vogue India. The South Asian magazine's front page asks, "Why are 160 million people obsessed with her? We find out. #KeepingupwithTHEkardashian"

In the preview of the interview published on the magazine's site, Kim talks about her siblings' best and worst characteristics, calling out "Kourtney's stubbornness" and "Khloé’s getting too sensitive."

About momager Kris, the mogul had nothing bad to say, wishing she could adopt her mother's nurturing spirit. When asked if she would take away one of Kris' qualities, Kim said, "Nothing. She's perfect."

But, as with everything Kardashian West does, the feature doesn't come without some backlash. Many readers have been calling out Vogue India for featuring a Western celebrity, with one Twitter user saying the magazine has to "stop white washing your own damn culture," or for having Kim wear a lehenga -- in Indian culture, a traditional, embroidered long skirt worn for special occasions.

Much of the criticism focuses on the fact that Kim -- along with her whole family -- are constantly featured in publications worldwide. One user wrote "India's vogue should embrace and feature their own south Asian women instead of choosing someone from pop culture."

Some people, though, have shut down the attacks, claiming the backlash is only because of people's hate for the Kardashian-Jenners.

The Vogue India cover featuring Kardashian West is on sale Friday, March 3.


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