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Star magazine has printed an expose of sorts about the Kardashian fashion empire, much of which is allegedly produced in sweatshops in China. According to the report, "Items in the family’s high-end K-Dash by Kardashian label and the Kris Jenner Kollection—sold on the home-shopping television network QVC—and ShoeDazzle, a company that Kim cofounded and endorses, are all manufactured in areas of China where government regulations are often ignored and workers are subject to inhumane conditions." [Radar]