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In Fashion: Khloé Kardashian Covers Aug/Sep 2015 Issue of COMPLEX, Talks Tyga, Kylie Jenner, Amber Rose, Caitlyn Jenner & more

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Khloé Kardashian takes her official sporty cakes to the front cover of Complex Magazine‘s August/September issue titled Let’s Get Physical and she looks great!

Shot by photographer Steven Gomillion, the fashion theme of the shoot comes with a heavy influence of Olivia Newton-John‘s Grammy Award winning 1981 song “Physical.”

Sister, Kim Kardashian was equally excited about the spread, as she tweets:

In the issue, written by Complex’s own Lauren Nostro, Khlo-Khlo talks about her sister Kylie Jenner, Amber Rose, Tyga, Kanye West, Caitlyn Jenner, Scott Disick, French Montana and so much more.

The most controversial was your spat with Amber Rose. Do you think you slut-shamed her?

I just feel like it was unnecessary for her to say anything, and I used her own quote back. It was from her talking about when she became a stripper so I’m like, “How are you judging and saying Kylie should have a curfew?” What I thought was crazy was she was telling my sister to act a certain way or have a curfew, but [she wasn’t] doing the same. So just don’t comment. How was I slut-shaming by saying don’t throw stones at glass houses? There was no slut-shaming. I am not one to slut-shame, I have done slutty behavior myself.


You’re maternal with your younger sisters and you’ve gone to bat for Kylie a lot recently. First off, what’s going on with the lips?

Sometimes things bother her. When it comes to her lips, I knew it was one of her biggest insecurities. She used to always take pictures covering her mouth. I didn’t even know when she first did her lips. It wasn’t noticeable, then it started getting bigger and bigger. I guess that was something she just wanted. I always wanted a boob job and I wear a padded bra all the time.

Do you feel that the criticisms of Kylie and Tyga’s relationship are fair?

I think at 16 I was probably fucking someone that was in their 20s, for sure. I wouldn’t say I was even dating, probably just sleeping with them. But again Kylie is not a normal 17-year-old. You’re not gonna say, “Hey, so what are you doing this weekend?” and have her say, “Having a slumber party at my girlfriend’s,” or “Going to prom.” That’s not what Kylie does. Kylie is taking business meetings and bought her first house, or she’s going on a private plane with Karl Lagerfeld to take a meeting. That’s not even what people do in their 30s. It’s a rare circumstance, so let’s treat this as a special case.


The About Bruce specials just aired. What’s been the reaction?

That was the only show I had full-blown anxiety for. I don’t know if I’ve used appropriate terminology; I don’t know if I’m offending anybody. I’m learning as we’re filming, so even my reaction is so aggressive and so protective. I’m so…I’m angry, I’m sad, I’m confused. You try going through that in real time, and see what your reaction is. You don’t know. You can’t control it.

During the specials, you took the announcement of his transition the hardest, but it seemed to be because you felt out of the loop.

None of us ever knew about his transition, and that’s what got confusing on the special. He spoke to us about six months prior and said that he’s always dressed up in women’s clothing. We used to find them. I just never told my mom because…we all didn’t know. There were always rumors that he was a crossdresser back in the ’80s. That was a different time; we didn’t know if it was some Studio 54 thing. But he never said he was transitioning. In his soul, I think he knew. He’s been the most amazing parent to any of us. When my dad was alive, we would pray for [Bruce] and say how great it is to have a stepdad who loves us like we’re his own kids. [Bruce and I] are the closest out of the Kardashian kids. I think what hurt me the most was that we as a family wanted to be a part of his transitioning. I could imagine that it’s so lonely. Don’t you want people to support you and be there with you? But then I don’t know if that’s a selfish request.


What’s your relationship like with French Montana now?

We haven’t dated in a few months. I’m friends with him. I talked to him recently because his best friend was just murdered. He’s a great guy, super funny, a sweetheart.

Would you consider him a rebound?

I don’t know if I believe in rebounds, unless you just sleep with someone for a night or two. They’re just people you can laugh and have a good time with. My life is so serious, or always moving so fast, it’s fun to have that outlet to enjoy and let your hair down and not worry about things.

And you guys seem to be cool even if you’re not together.

When you fuck someone, why would you not…. Like, if someone has seen my vagina, I think it’s OK that I say hi and give him a hug hello.


Check out more of the interview over at now.


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In Fashion: Zoe Kravitz Covers April/May Issue of Complex Magazine


Serving fierce dominatrix glam and gearing up for her premiere role in the new movie upcoming blockbuster, Mad Max: Fury Road, Zoe Kravitz covers the latest April/May 2015 Issue of Complex Magazine.


In the interview, Zoe talks purchasing her dream home for the first time, living in Williamsburg Brooklyn, growing up with celebrity parents, eating disorder, Katy Perry grinding on her dad [Lenny Kravitz] during the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show and more.


On going by another name as a kid: 

“She wanted to give me an opportunity to be a normal kid,” Kravitz explains. She wasn’t raised by nannies; she has a close relationship with her parents (whom she calls her “buddies”). She says she and her mom are like sisters and that they’re all—Lisa, Lenny, and Zoë—very similar. “I don’t think anyone knows how funny we are,” she says. “It’s like this whole thing where people think we’re so cool and hippie and wear velvet”—which, to her credit, is a hilariously astute observation of what people might think Growing Up Kravitz is like—“but we’re the fucking nerdiest people.”

About her eating disorder: 

“I had a really hard time when I was 16, 17, 18. I started with the eating disorder in high school….” She trails off at this, and puts her hand to the side of her face, rubbing her right ear, and then dials back to the beginning of that thought: “Just [a hard time] loving myself.”


Check out more of the full interview at HERE.

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Wale and Jerry Seinfeld Cover Complex Magazine’s December/January 2015 Issue


Rapper Wale and the Jerry Seinfeld took their talents over New York City’s Remedy Diner for a dope cover shoot aligned with Complex Magazine‘s first of three covers for their December/January 2015 issue.

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FLY Events: Team Epiphany + Complex Team Up For #SummerFridays Event Series


Brand solutions agency Team Epiphany teamed up with Complex Magazine for the fifth installment of their highly anticipated #SummerFridays event series.

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In Fashion: Jhene Aiko’s “Hot Complex” Photo-shoot & Interview

Singer Jhene Aiko serves up a little sexiness paired with style in Complex‘s “Hot Complex” feature. 


Fly-LIGHTs: Solange Knowles For Complex Magazine…

Fly girl, Solange Knowles has been a staple in the Stuff Fly People Like community for quite sometime now! She refuses to live in the shadow of her big sis, King Beyonce, and has created a style all her own musically and fashion-wise.

We love Solo!


[FLY-Lights] Rihanna Covers Complex Magazine With Seven Different Covers


Rihanna comes roaring back grabbing cover nods of Complex’s February/March issue.

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[Fly-LIGHTs] Rita Ora Covers Ammo & Complex Magazines

Roc Nation’s Rita Ora has covered more magazine’s in the past few months than any new artist I’ve seen in a while. She’s on that GRIND!  The siren is featured in the latest Issue of Ammo and Complex Magazine.

In Ammo’s 2nd Annual Art Issue, Rita talks inspiration and style.

On inspiration:
“I think when I was in elementary school play, I felt like music was my route, my sister was the more academic one. It’s fun, you get to be creative. I can’t imagine doing anything else. I mean and things that inspire me are people like Gwen Stefani, Beyonce, and Madonna, these women are distinctive. My mom and my family.”

On her style:
“My style? My everyday style is quite mixed. Sometimes masculine in the day: I’ll wear a suit or big hoodie but then you wear red lipstick you can feel like a complete look. [laughs] Red carpet is more like heels in a nice dress. A powerful female outfit. I like experimenting! I can’t stop, even if there’s no room on my hand for another ring, I’ll push one back and try another one on. Especially when all the stylists bring you such fun clothes. If I can’t decide but I have to wear it I’ll bring it in bag. Not just one outfit ever.”

Read More Here.

And the fashionista is covering the newest issue of Complex Magazine (who is absolutely winning in the Cover’s Department)! In addition to a fashion spread, the siren talks Rihanna and Rob Kardashian.

On Rihanna

“I admire Rihanna. She works her ass off. She hasn’t had a break and she has given people hit after hit after hit. That work ethic and discipline is hardcore.That’s the kind of sh-t that I want to do. That I will do….”

Catch some of the scans below …

Peep more over at Complex.

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[Fly-LIGHTs] Solange Knowles for Complex/ Karry Washington for Vanity Fair/Evelyn Lozada for Juicy Magazine/ Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Hart & Micheal Ealy for Essence Magazine…

Fly girl, Solange Knowles taps into her fashion talents for a fashion spread in the recent ‘Women Are Complex Too’ feature for Complex Magazine.

Inside she answered a variety of unusual questions which I happened to love, here are a few excerpts …

I’d rather be on the cast of Love & Hip-Hop than Project Runway.
I’ve never seen Project Runway, but I’m a huge Chrissy [Love & Hip-Hop star Christine Lampkin] fan. I’d need to take boxing lessons from her first though, nahmean?

I’d rather be the protector than the protected.
I’m naturally the protector—being a mother and having a famous family. You have to navigate when it’s right to protect. I’ve made mistakes, but just know, if you step to me and mine, me and Chrissy gon’ have to f-ck you up.


The amazing Kerry Washington was included in the big TV feature in Vanity Fair‘s May 2012 issue. Kerry was spotlighted for her role in the TV Drama  “Scandal”.


Certified Mean Girl, Evelyn Lozada, star of Basketball Wives, covers the May/June issue of Juicy magazine as the No.1 bad girl on reality TV.

Ev chats about being checked by fiancé, Chad Ochocinco, on Twitter, the pros and cons of acting up on the small screen, motherhood and her lucrative makeup and book deals. Plus, she speaks to the other bad girls that you love to hate, including Tami Roman, Tamar Braxton, Mama Jones, Chrissy Lampkin and Gloria Govan.

And with the upcoming romatic comedy jawn, Think Like A Man, hitting theaters April 20th, (saw a screening yesterday and your gonna love it) Taraji P Henson covers the May issue of Essence with a double header including funny man Kevin Hart and heart throb Micheal Ealy.


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[Mag Covers] Beyonce x @ComplexMag

King B is at it again! This time she collabs with Complex Magazine in the most tasteful shoot known to man. Sheesh…Check it out!