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By Saryn Chorney, reporting by Mary Park and Kara Warner

What's a fashion show without Hollywood's leading fashion plate, Kim Kardashian? The curvaceous star graced the front rows of both the Tracy Reese and Jill Stuart shows at New York Fashion Week on Monday. She also graced Wonderwall reporters with a piece of her mind, sounding off on curvy role models, her new beauty editor gig, and her best style picks of the season.

On good body role models:

"Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek: women with curves!"

On her personal style icons:

"I love to channel different people depending on my moods. I love old Hollywood actresses like Ava Gardner and Audrey Hepburn."

On her front row seat at Tracy Reese:

"I thought [the show] was amazing. I love Tracy Reese. I wear her stuff all the time. The [clothes] fit me perfectly, no tailoring needed."

On her new gig at OK! Magazine:

"I'm a contributing beauty editor for OK! magazine. It's every girl's dream to be able to go behind the scenes [at the Jill Stuart fashion show] and talk with the makeup artists and hairstylists about their inspiration for the shows. I'm more looking at the beauty and the hair trends, and so far I'm loving everything that I'm seeing."

On the best beauty trends:

"I see everyone doing a nude lip, with light, pale skin, and a light smoky eye. It's a really wearable look."

On her current favorite beauty items:

"I love a good concealer. Touche Eclat by YSL is great. I love a mascara by Anastasia the eyebrow lady [in Los Angeles] -- she's pretty amazing. I love a blush by MAC called Cheek, and a matte bronzer by Smashbox."

On her hopes to star in a nostalgic remake:

"I've watched all of them ['Teen Wolf,' 'St. Elmo's Fire,' etc.], so I'd do anything."

Here's a tip to all the remake-crazy Hollywood producers and casting agents out there: How about a remake of 1991's "Career Opportunities" with Kim Kardashian in the Jennifer Connelly role? Let's celebrate curves, '90s nostalgia and John Hughes movie remakes all at once! Seriously, it's a no-brainer, guys.