It was during one of her podcast appearances on Angie Martinez's IRL podcast that she discussed her colour-coordinated dress code for her staff.
‘Absolutely. I have uniforms,’ she said during the episode, which aired on Tuesday, clarifying: ‘It's not like, “Hey, this is your uniform. It's just colour palettes”.’
The SKIMS founder continued, noting that she has a handbook for her employees which states that they are permitted to wear ‘greys, heather grey, black, navy, white, cream, khaki’, but that there isn’t a lot of colour-blocking.
‘My house is so Zen,’ Kardashian said of the muted dress code. ‘So I asked how everyone felt about it and everyone actually said, “That would make our life so easy”.
‘And once everyone was on board and thought it would be easier for them, I was like "let's do this".’
The mother-of-four previously discussed her love of minimalism and neutral tones in her home – a design ethos that the entrepreneur previously told Ellen DeGeneres her daughter North West describes as ‘ugly’.
‘I find that there is so much chaos out in the world that when I come home, the minimalist design creates a sense of quiet and calm,’ she told Architectural Digest earlier this year.
‘I've let my kids decorate their own rooms—they can go wild with whatever colours they want—but in the main part of the house, I really like the calmness minimalism brings.’
Elsewhere on Martinez's podcast Kardashian discussed co-parenting her four children North, nine, Saint, seven, Chicago, four, and Psalm, three, with her ex-husband Kanye West.
‘Co-parenting is hard,’ Kardashian said. ‘It’s really f*cking hard.’
Referring to her late father Robert Kardashians, she said: ‘I had the best dad, and I had the best memories and the greatest experience and that’s all I want for my kids. That’s what I would want for them.’
During her appearance on Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop podcast earlier this week, the reality star also said that she would ‘never say never’ to a fifth child.
‘I’m obviously right at the end of that conversation,’ she explained. ‘I would have to have someone in my life for a while in order to make that decision. So, whatever’s meant to be will be.’
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