Despite all of the chaos thrown her way as a result of Kanye West's never-ending media spectacle, Kim Kardashian is still coming out on top.

The star covers the March issue of Vogue US, and she's wearing one of Jonathan Anderson's Spring/Summer 2022 creations for Loewe. The topic of her cover story? "Being team me."

Lately, Kim's name has been in the headlines due to ex-husband Ye's antics, involving publically arguing on Instagram, rapping about beating Pete Davidson's ass, and using his kids as pawns in an elaborate game. But, Kim is reminding all the haters that she's so much more than Ye's ex, no matter what they say.

Last year, the star finally passed the baby bar exam, taking her one step closer to becoming a lawyer. She's been devoting her time to criminal justice work, focusing on topics including prison reform, as well as being a mother, all whilst running multiple successful businesses.

Her shapewear line SKIMS has reached a $3.2 billion valuation (and also makes an appearance in the Vogue feature), she's launching a new TV show dubbed The Kardashians with Hulu, fronting Balenciaga's latest campaign, and is venturing into skincare. It goes without saying that business is booming.

Her children North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm also make an appearance in her Vogue spread, wearing YEEZY Foam Runners, because even when Ye is giving nothing but online abuse, Kim supports him. Talk about being the bigger person.

Peep some of the shots from the magazine in Kim's Instagram post.

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