Khloé Kardashian rang in her birthday with an extravagant bash — but it wasn’t entirely free of drama.
The reality star, who turned 36 yesterday, was unhappy when sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner planned to head home for the night. The famous siblings got into a playful fight, play wrestling as well as doing martial arts-style kicks. At one point, Kardashian even picked up a clear Yeezy heel and chucked it across the room, although it was unclear whether she popped the shoe off her own foot or grabbed it from one of her sisters.
The thrown shoe appeared to be a PVC style from the Yeezy Season 7 collection. The pair features a see-through upper, with a pointed toe, black leather sole and sleek 4.3-inch high heel. On Farfetch.com, the silhouette is marked down by 60% to $255 from $639. Kardashian’s pair didn’t make contact with anyone, instead landing on the chevron-striped floor.
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Fans of Kardashian wouldn’t be surprised to see her in Yeezy, as she often steps out in brother-in-law Kanye West’s shoe and apparel designs. Additionally, the A-lister favors sneakers from brands such as APL and Nike, as well as heels from labels including Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin.
While she is best known for her role on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” Kardashian also has significant business dealings in the fashion space. The mega influencer has her own label, Good American, that offers size-inclusive denim as well as activewear. Additionally, Good American has recently expanded into the swimwear spade. What’s more, Kardashian previously partnered with DIFF Eyewear on a sunglasses collaboration, and she has teamed up with her sisters on makeup and fragrances.
While you may want to refrain from throwing your footwear, you can get a similar look to Kardashian’s with one of the styles below.
Click through the gallery to see Khloé Kardashian’s best street style looks, from soaring stiletto to thigh-high boots.
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