Some see Kourtney Kardashian as the “quiet one,” but the oldest sister in the clan seems to slowly be coming out of her shell. Maybe it’s motherhood—she gave birth to son Mason Dash in 2009—or maybe it’s the spotlight, but the 32-year-old has become one of America’s favorite reality stars. Fresh off filming Kourtney & Kim Take New York, she recently chatted with Las Vegas Magazine’s Kiko Miyasato about the family’s newest venture, the new boutique Kardashian Khaos at The Mirage.

Q:  Why open up Kardashian Khaos in Las Vegas?
A:  There are so many people that travel in and out of Vegas; it’s such a huge city. It just made sense to open our store (here). Actually, we always wanted to open a store in Vegas and we just thought we wanted to do it differently this time instead of our Dash stores. This is a store unlike any other of our stores.

Q:  How is it different?
A:  It’s the first store of its kind. It’s a celebrity lifestyle boutique. And all the products are ones that we own or represent, market and endorse, but we’ve also designed one-of-a-kind items that will only be in this store.

Q:  What are some of those one-of-a-kind items?
A:  We have beach towels with a full body image of us in bikinis. We did private label makeup with Stila—it has little images of us on it, they’re little cartoons, they’re really cute.

Q:  Any there any particular pieces that are unique to Kardashian Khaos?
A:  We’re also going to have items that are one-of-a-kind, and we’re going to rotate them. I just donated a dress to the store; it’s a red carpet dress that I’ve only worn one time. There’ll be a Kim piece, a Khloe piece, a Kourtney piece, and I’m sure my mom will put one in there too … That will be really fun and different.

Q:  What’s your opinion on personal style?
A:  I think you have to have fun with fashion and push the boundaries… I like to wear short skirts and dresses because I’m very petite and wearing something long, I get lost in it. But when we were in New York, I tried some long skirts and some that come to the knee,
which I never do, just to try new things. And I think it’s fun. I have my blog ( and I post questions and stuff about what I wear, and I ask people’s opinion.

Source: Las Vegas Magazine