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Kardashian sisters receive cold reception for New York store

HollywoodNews.com: While the Kardashian sisters may be the talk of the town, sometimes it’s not always a good thing. In a recent review of their boutique Dash’s new location in NYC, the fashion critic at the New York Times panned the Kardashian’s taste and referred to the location as a “fashion desert.”

Columnist Jon Caramanica, gave the NYC location of Dash a royal thrashing, saying, “You could wear this look, in the same way you could hire an enthusiastic five-year-old as your stylist.” Ouch! While it may be a little hard for the New York crowd to embrace the Kardashian’s SoCal sensibilities, the damage has been done. Now, the Kardashian’s relationship with fashion label, Bebe, may be at risk due to the sisters’ lowered fashion profile.

“The sisters do still have relevance,” said Bebe president Emilia Fabricant. “But at Bebe we need to move with fashion and we want to be first in the fashion world with everybody else and not fall behind. We are definitely assessing the situation.” The Improper reports.

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