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Kim Kardashian gave Louis Vuitton bags a total of $9,000 daughters, nieces

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The second generation of the Kardashians already have more designer clothes than most grown women.

On Tuesday, Kim Kardashian revealed that she bought her daughters and nieces matching Louis Vuitton Nano Fast bags, which retail for $1,100 each.

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But Kardashian, 36, does not just go to a store and choose from the classic monogram bag; on the contrary, they bought the more rare black version with colourful details on a trip to Japan. The unusual colorway is designed by Takashi Murakami, a Japanese artist and frequent collaborator and friend Kanye West.

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“I made this for all the baby girls in the fam for Christmas from Japan,” Kim captioned a photo of eight identical wallets on her Instagram Stories. While the goods were distributed to KKW the two daughters of the North, 5, and Chicago, which is next week, her niece Penelope Disick, 5, Dream Kardashian, 2, Stormi Webster, 11 months, and Where Thompson, 9 months, already got the bags too.

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Kylie Jenner’s daughter Stormi, who regularly wears designer clothes and has a collection of small, Hermes Birkin bags, took her gift right away. Jenner posted a video of the child posing with her bag on a KAWS x Campanas chair, a gift from Stormi the father of Scott Travis. Clearly a taste for expensive décor and fashion runs in the family.

For what Kardashian is planning to do with the two extra bags? Replying to a fan, the reality star revealed that she was always one for themselves (obviously) and is saving the other for “the future”.

Kardashian is reportedly expecting her fourth child, a boy, with the West via surrogate.

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This article originally appeared in The New York Post.

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