See Kim Kardashian’s Children as Music Icons For Halloween

Kim Kardashian’s children are serving up the proper group Halloween costume inspiration. On Oct. 28, the Skims founder posted Instagram photos of North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm posing in a studio dressed as well-known R&B stars Aaliyah, Snoop Dogg, Sade, and Eazy-E, respectively. She captioned the carousel, “THE ICONS.”

Channeling Aaliyah was 9-year-old North, carrying a colorblock Tommy Hilfiger set much like the one the late singer wore in her well-known 1996 marketing campaign for the style model. Kardashian’s eldest daughter wore her hair stick straight and parted down the center, identical to the “One in a Million” singer usually did within the ’90s.

Saint, 6, dressed like Snoop Dogg in a plaid shirt, khakis, and Converse, together with his hair styled in braids much like the rapper’s coiffure through the years, most notably in a scene from his 2001 movie “Child Boy.” In the meantime, 4-year-old Chicago mimicked Nigerian British singer Sade’s signature denim-on-denim look, which grew to become synonymous together with her title within the Nineteen Eighties. Between the earrings, hair, and all-denim getup, Chicago did the look justice. And final however not least, Psalm posed because the “Godfather of Gangsta Rap,” Eazy-E, carrying a black button-up jacket, fingerless leather-based gloves, and a Compton snapback to pay tribute to the rapper’s 1996 “Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton” album cowl.

In 2019, Kardashian joined in on her household’s group costumes, dressed as a futuristic worm and Betty Rubble. That very same yr, her solo costume was Elle Woods from “Legally Blonde.” If earlier years are any indication, Kardashian and her total brood will proceed to go all out for years to come back.

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