Kim Kardashian opened the New York pop-up shop for her fashion brand SKIMS today. The founder and media mogul was in New York on May 16th and sat down with The Today Show‘s Savannah Guthrie to talk about the success of SKIMS, why the upcoming season three of The Kardashians is the most emotional, and her law education journey.
The sky blue SKIMS pop-up, complete with a waterfall, delicious ice cream treats, and a load of colorful apparel, sits in the courtyard of Rockefeller Center. Shoppers can look and feel the clothes in person, which we miss out on when shopping online.
“I just love that people can actually come in and feel it instead of buying it online. Sometimes [it] can be a little tricky for people,” Kim told Guthrie during the interview.
The SKIMS pop-up will be open from May 16th to May 29th. Curious and potential shoppers can find the address and hours below.
Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center
620 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
Monday-Friday: 10 AM- 8 PM EST
Sunday:10 AM-7 PM EST
Kim Kardashians reveals that season 3 of The Kardashians will be her “most emotional”
Viewers saw the heated tension between Kim and her sister Kourtney in the third season trailer of their Hulu show, The Kardashians. The issue brewed when the Lemme founder accused Kim of using her wedding as a business venture, which confused her. Despite this, the sisters will be “ok” as they’re “family, and that’s how we were raised.”
Kim additionally reflected that the emotional scenes could be used as “therapy to get through it” because each of the sisters has had some conflict in their lives, and the audience watched it unravel for nearly two decades. On the other hand, the KUWTK alum confirmed that sharing their lives so openly will continue.
“But at the end of the day, we still love sharing our life, and I don’t see that changing anytime soon.”
And how far is Kim along in her lawyer aspirations?
The mother of four gushed about acing her law midterms, scoring a 95 and 100. As this was constitutional law, it was Kim’s most challenging subject. But, she hopes to take the official Californian bar exam next year and “be done with it.”