Kim Kardashian too fat for Harper's Bazaar

Kim Kardashian may be on the cover of this month’s Vogue, but she was originally slated to star on the February cover of Harper’s Bazaar instead, it has been revealed.
According to WWD, Bazaar’s editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey had planned to feature Ms Kardashian in a close-up ‘beauty’ shot on the cover because the then-pregnant reality star appeared ‘overweight’.
Ms Kardashian was apparently unhappy with this treatment, as well as Bazaar’s idea to have the controversial photographer Terry Richardson produce the shoot.
Vogue prevails: After signing up to shoot with Harper's Bazaar, Kim Kardashian reportedly dropped the magazine for Vogue intead

A source tells the paper that Ms Kardashian had ‘concerns’ over Mr Richardson’s involvement in the shoot, and had preferred to collaborate with a new photographer as Mr Richardson had already shot Kardashian Kollection Sears line for fall.
Close to the time of Ms Kardashian’s Bazaar shoot, Vogue editor Anna Wintour had reportedly ‘warmed up’ to the idea of placing her on the magazine’s cover, with a shoot photographed by Anne Leibovitz.

Ms Kardashian then cancelled on Bazaar, also apparently citing the fact that ‘Glenda doesn’t go to the shoots,’ as a reason, according to a source.
At Vogue, Ms Kardashian was promised that respected editor Grace Coddington would be on-set.
When asked to comment on the matter, Bazaar's special projects editor Laura Brown said: 'Kim and Kanye are the greatest example of conscious coupling. We wish them all the best.'
But Ms Bailey and Ms Wintour were not the only top editors pining for Ms Kardashian’s face on their covers.


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