They were simpler times.
Back in November 2014, about seven months before a certain real estate mogul turned reality TV star announced a presidential run that would upend our lives for the foreseeable future, Kim Kardashian appeared on the cover of Paper magazine.
Shot by celebrated French photographer Jean-Paul Goude, the cover image was a recreation of Goude’s “Champagne Incident,” with Mrs. Kardashian-West in a body-hugging black ballgown, a champagne glass resting on her extended derriere, and a stream of bubbly from a popped champagne bottle framing the cheeky proceedings. But the accompanying headline, “Break the Internet,” was better applied to its alt-cover: “Also shot by Goude, it features Kardashian with her back to the camera and her head turned around facing it. She’s lowering the same dress, revealing her shiny, ample, heavily-Photoshopped behind—a play on her infamous Instagram belfie,” we wrote at the time.
And break the internet it did, garnering the reality TV entrepreneur plenty…
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