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Kim Kardashian's office has a tanning bed, a 3D model of her brain, and a mannequin with her exact body measurements

Eve Crosbie   

Kim Kardashian's office has a tanning bed, a 3D model of her brain, and a mannequin with her exact body measurements
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  • Kim Kardashian gave her followers a look inside her luxurious SKNN BY KIM headquarters.
  • It has custom-made curiosities like a 3D model of her brain, and a mannequin with her measurements.

Kim Kardashian is surely someone who looks forward to going to the office every day.

On Wednesday, the reality television star and business mogul uploaded a tour of her SKKN BY KIM headquarters to TikTok and showcased its over-the-top luxury features.

The 55-second video is in the style of a hugely popular TikTok format called the "of course" trend, which features creators giving insights into their lives based on a specific characteristic they identify with. Popular versions have shown DINK couples, siblings, and a pastor's daughter, who repeat the two words the trend is named after before introducing a trait about themselves.

Kardashian begins her video dressed in a white robe from her SKIMS collection. "I'm Kim Kardashian, of course, I have all my magazine covers covering my walls," she says, showing off a wall of framed magazine covers she has graced over the years.

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Kardashian then steps into her office's "glam room," which has a "mannequin with my custom measurements" propped up in the corner.

Next up, Kardashian shows another room that features "a big TV wall" that plays her "beauty campaigns on loop."

Lying across her desk in her office in the next clip, Kardashian shows two items sitting in pride of place — a 3D model of her brain, and another of her private plane.

The mom-of-four then reveals that her office also has some pretty incredible amenities for her to enjoy between meetings and calls: a tanning bed and, next to it, a red light therapy bed.

The latter is used to treat inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis, though it is not an FDA-approved treatment. Kardashian discussed using the controversial treatment in an interview with People in 2017.

Before closing out the video, the "Kardashians" star also shows off her "product shrine" — a museum-like room that displays her SKKN BY KIM products — and shares that the office is "custom Rick Owens."

The upload received 8 million views and over 8,500 comments, many of which appeared to be impressed, but not at all surprised, by the elaborate office features.

Some questioned Kardashian's use of a tanning bed, while others praised the social media mogul for how well she pulled off the TikTok format, and used it to highlight her upcoming products.

"This trend suits her the most," one viewer wrote in a popular comment that received over 64,700 likes.

For all of its luxurious items, one viewer jokingly noted the lack of a jacuzzi in the office, in reference to a viral clip where Kardashian told her ex-husband Kanye West they didn't have one in their pool, and West reacted with mock shock.

Kardashian previously uploaded a video to YouTube in August 2022 showing off the interior of the space after it was completed. In that tour, she said the office is roughly 40,000 square feet. She also showed off its minimalistic open-plan kitchen, amphitheater room, and photo studio.

Kardashian launched SKKN BY KIM in June 2022. She said in a press release that being diagnosed with psoriasis was the "catalyst for my journey of skincare discoveries, inspiring me to learn more about my skin and how to care for it."

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder characterized by scaly patches of skin. It is fairly common, affecting about 3% of adults in the US — or almost eight million people.




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