North West will receive a "one-of-a-kind" Lego Chanel bag when her grandmother Kris Jenner dies.
Kim Kardashian told James Corden that the bag was supposed to be for North originally.
Kris Jenner won over the late Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld instead and received the gift.
Kim Kardashian said that her daughter North West will inherit a special Chanel bag from Kris Jenner in the event of the businesswoman's death — and it's locked in Jenner's will.
On Thursday, Kardashian appeared on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" ahead of the premiere of "The Kardashians" season two next week.
During the interview, Kardashian recalled how the bag ended up in Jenner's possession after shooting her first "high-stakes photoshoot" with the former Chanel creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, who died in 2019.
At the time, Kardashian was eight months pregnant with North, her first child with her ex-husband Kanye West.
Kardashian told Corden that she was excited about the shoot because she had heard that Lagerfeld will "give you a bag on set if it's your first photo shoot with him."
However, things took a turn when Kardashian's mother arrived and won over the creative director instead.
"He comes a few hours later," the reality star told Corden. "Then, in walks none other than Kris Jenner decked in head-to-toe vintage Chanel. Next level. The boots, the gloves, every accessory she can find. Earrings, headband, hat, glasses, fanny pack, bag, backpack. It was like the craziest Chanel scene I've ever witnessed."
Kardashian said that once Jenner arrived, Lagerfeld fell "in love with her" and barely acknowledged the reality star.
At the end of the shoot, Lagerfeld brought out a "big Lego" clutch that looked like a crystal, Kardashian recalled.
"It was one-of-a-kind. Just a runway piece that didn't even go into production. It was black and white. Black crystals and I'm literally like, 'This is the moment. He's going to give me the bag,'" the SKIMS founder said. "He says the whole story, 'I have this present for you. It's been so amazing getting to know you.' Then he goes over me and hands it to my mom."
Kardashian continued: "I went into the bathroom, started hysterically crying and I'm like pregnant, hormonal, flew all the way to Paris for this. I call my cousin Cici [Bussey] and I'm like, 'This bitch took my fucking bag.'"
Kardashian explained that she planned to give the bag to her daughter North and display it in her room.
Jenner now has a provision in her will that states that when she dies, North will get the bag.
While the special edition bag was never manufactured for sale, the colored version of the clutch, which was popular with celebrities in 2013, retailed for roughly $6,109, according to the Mirror and the Daily Mail.
North appears to have an interest in fashion and Kardashian has said that her daughter has judged her style in the past.
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