North West Debuts First-Ever Solo Cover For i-D Magazine
Even at ten years old, North West is coming into he own!
North West, the oldest daughter of rapper Ye and Kim Kardashian, nabbed her first-ever solo cover for VICE’s i-D magazine on Oct. 31.
The 10-year-old socialite and influencer was styled in looks from her own closet. She spoke with the publication about many subjects, including her memories, hobbies, and favorite rapper and song: Tupac and her father’s 2004 smash debut hit, “Through the Wire.” A confident North navigated each question effortlessly. She also deemed herself as her favorite style icon. The “blessed, awesome, cool” celebrity child was incredibly self-aware in the interview.
When i-D editors asked North about her future career plans, Ye’s mini-me said she would eventually take over her parents’ companies.
“When I’m, like, thirteen, I want to walk dogs, to make money to buy art supplies, because everything around here is so expensive,” North explained, seemingly grasping the concept of inflation and expenses. “So a rapper, a basketball player, and I’m going to make artwork that I sell. Also, one day, I want to own Yeezy and SKIMS, and I want to be a business owner.”
North unabashedly hypes herself up when given the opportunity to describe herself in three words.
“The best ever,” she says.
Despite this being her first solo venture, it wasn’t her first magazine spread, as the tween icon was featured with Ye and Kim for her parents’ 2014 Vogue cover shoot. North was a few months old when the cover was shot.
The full i-D interview on the eldest West child is available now.