The Kardashian Women & Bruce Jenner Reveal 2013 Christmas Card
The Kardashian and Jenner crew recently revealed their family portrait for their 2013 Christmas card that’s decidedly light on the holiday spirit.
The theme of the Christmas card is old Hollywood glamour meets casino gaudiness and features all of the Kardashian women in black dresses and exposing some leg.
The newly engaged Kim Kardashian features prominently on the far left of the wide shot in a keyhole dress standing on a staircase beside a lit up money sign. Kylie and Kendall Jenner are to Kim’s right, wearing eccentric headgear and positioned in front of an African Madonna and child mural while standing on top of dozens of tabloids.
Kris Jenner takes center stage on the right side of the shot, sitting atop a ticket booth, wearing a black halter dress and long black gloves. To the matriarch’s left are Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian with her kids Penelope and Mason. Bruce Jenner appears trapped in a glass tube, clad in a black tuxedo.
Noticeably absent from the Christmas card are Rob Kardashian, North West, Kanye West, Scott Disick and Lamar Odom.
The Kardashian Christmas card was shot by photographer David LaChapelle, whom Kris adores. “I loved working with David LaChapelle,” Kris told E! News. “It was amazing and so much fun!”
– Chelsea Regan
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