In anticipation of Kim Kardashian's new Rizzoli coffee-table book, Selfish, which is a years-long collection of selfies, Harper's Bazaar has an exclusive diary-style breakdown of a day in the life of Kim K. We've combed through this super-important feat of journalism and culled the gems.
My first real conversation of the day is with North, although I'm not getting a whole lot back from her yet.
On Maintaining the Flesh:
I live in a gated community with lots of horse trails, so I run on those, or on the treadmill in our home gym on the other side of the house.
Kanye loves to eat really healthy and is always on different diets. He has a chef who comes in the morning and cooks breakfast for both of us and gets our meal plans together for the day.
I love baths. I usually take them pretty regularly.
On Sartorial Matters:
After hair and makeup, getting dressed is 10 or 15 minutes; it doesn't take me long.
On the Genesis Creativity:
I started taking pictures years ago, around 2006, and I kept them, all organized on my computer in folders. We didn't call them selfies back then. I had no idea what I was saving, just memories, really.
I can't live without talking to my family. I'm obsessed with them. We're on group chats every single day — well, all the girls, for sure.
On Modern-Day Diversions:
I don't watch a whole lot of TV or movies, but when I do it's typically murder shows.