On last night’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians: A Very Merry Christmas special, the E! stars revealed their highly anticipated, over-the-top holiday card.
It is, in a word, busy. See for yourself below:
The intricate, high-fashion photo set in a ransacked casino or carnival-like room of sorts has a lot going on, most notably Kim Kardashian’s chest.
The whole family is dressed in black, but it’s Kim who commands the attention, standing on a staircase in a cleavage baring, body-hugging dress.
Siter Khloe Kardashian is seen with Kourtney’s son Mason, while Kourt herself clings to daughter Penelope and Kylie and Kendall Jenner strike poses.
Kris Jenner, too, is in the forefront (as if she’d have it any other way), while estranged husband Bruce makes a surprise appearance in the background.
Noticeably absent from the pic? North West. And the men of the house.
Not that any man can survive in a house where Kris Jenner’s totalitarian rule is law, but you get the idea. No Lamar Odom, Rob Kardashian, Scott Disick or ‘Ye.
It’s a lot to take in, and there’s a lot to analyze. Other takeaways from the annual Christmas was shot by renowned photographer David LaChappelle:
- “The End” is lit up above Kim Kardashian? The end of what? The world? We have just about reached that point. Perhaps the Mayans were off by a year …
- The ATM and the massive, sparkly dollar sign. Happy holidays from Kris Jenner!
- The dismantled mannequins. Idealized perfection destroyed. Symbolism. Deep.
- The pile of discarded celebrity gossip magazines. Take that, tabloids! Served!
- The Illuminati symbols! We knew it!
- Bruce Jenner. He appears trapped in some kind of chamber, preserved for posterity but looking like a shell of the man he once was. Fitting/sad.
- Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Stepping up to be the next Kim clones, no doubt.
- The TV screens. Because they live their lives on screen. More symbolism.
- Mason’s face and position sort of sums up how we all feel about this …
- Kris Jenner. If anything makes you want to punch yourself in the face, or lament the decline of society, staring at her below may do it.