According to the magazine, the shoot is "a knowing wink to the fact that in today's climate truly anyone can aspire to the White House".
Kim ended the interview on this note, which seems to be addressed to her haters: "You can say a lot of things about me, but you cannot say I don't work hard". In the spread, which was captured by photographer Steven Klein, the 36-year-old reality star dons a shiny brunette wig and clothing that emulates Jackie O's iconic look. Also, to highlight Kim in a chic manner that is retrospective of a time and yet modern.
For her accompanying interview, Kardashian chats with author and trans rights activist Janet Mock about raising mixed black children, starting group chats with her sisters and being underestimated.
"She would get so jealous when I would breastfeed and all that kind of stuff", Kardashian said of North.
While the two don't have a big gap in age (North is four, and Saint is 20 months old) it's a little apparent that North would have had no problem being an only child - which is incredibly different from Kardashian's feelings about her siblings. I try to make sure we have set meals at home, to keep everything as normal as possible. I think her and I see eye to eye the most out of anyone. It is her gift: her innate relationship to the camera. "And, like, y'know, I respect Kendall and Kylie and that's their dad, and it's, y'know, a insane dynamic, and, but at the end of the day we're all family and I'm not gonna say, y'know, anything, I'm just gonna try to be super positive and hope that it all resolves itself". "I feel like there's been so much hurt and pain with Caitlyn and my mom and at the end of the day I'll always ride with my mom", Kardashian said about the prospect of reconciling.