Kim Kardashian and her eldest daughter, North West, made a splash on Halloween by dressing up as the iconic characters Cher Horowitz and Dionne Davenport from the movie Clueless. The mother-daughter duo donned custom-designed looks by Dolce&Gabbana, emulating the fashion-forward style of Beverly Hills BFFs. Kim even went the extra mile by renting a white Jeep Wrangler, similar to the one featured in the film.
Kim Kardashian, known for her massive Instagram following, shared a series of photos showcasing her and North recreating the 1995 rom-com's memorable scenes. Despite the age difference, North, who is ten years old, embraced the opportunity to portray the privileged teenage characters alongside her mother.
To ensure an authentic depiction, Kim enlisted her high-end glam squad to create identical schoolgirl costumes, complete with knee socks and bags. The pair appeared to thoroughly enjoy embodying the charismatic duo and even reenacted some of the movie's famous lines.
Interestingly, their Halloween shoot went against the SAG/AFTRA strike rules, which discouraged members from dressing up as licensed TV or movie characters. However, Kim and North's enthusiasm for Clueless prevailed, resulting in a fun-filled Halloween tribute.
Clueless, directed by Amy Heckerling, starred Alicia Silverstone and Stacey Dash as Cher and Dionne, respectively, and achieved both critical acclaim and commercial success. The movie, with a modest budget of $12 million, grossed $56.6 million worldwide and earned an impressive 81% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
The film inspired a sitcom spin-off and an off-Broadway jukebox musical adaptation. Its enduring popularity attests to its cultural impact since its release almost three decades ago.
Kim Kardashian, who is also a mother to three other children, recently finalized her divorce and custody arrangement with rapper-designer Kanye West. She currently executive produces and stars in the fourth season of The Kardashians, which airs on Hulu.
In addition to her reality TV career, Kim has pursued her interest in law and aims to pass the California State Bar without attending college or law school. With only two more months left in the year, she is nearing the end of her journey to become a lawyer.