Kim Kardashian‘s got a new fashion line out, and she hit that point home with quite the getup in Italy … one that would make National Geographic blush.
Following her showcase of a Dolce & Gabbana collab — Ciao, Kim — in Milan Saturday, KK stepped out in this leopard print bodysuit on Sunday … complete with a fur coat/matching bag. She’s worn a lot of eye-popping ensembles all weekend, but this one takes the cake.
Unclear if this is part of her new collection — which she personally selected alongside Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce — but it very well could be … ’cause it’s in the same throwback vein as the rest of her curated outfits that were on display on the runway.
Her collection will be part of D&G’s Spring/Summer rollout … and it’s a big deal. Kim’s essentially trying her hand at designing — or at the very least, dipping her toe in — with this debut line exhibiting her taste. Ciao, Kim’s meant to be a flashback to styles from the ’80s through the ’00s.
Kim had her family on hand to support her — Kris, Khloe and a few of her kids made the fashion show … and it got a lot of media attention, especially when Kim herself came out.
She had this to say of the experience … “I always loved the beautiful, quintessential 90s & 2000s looks… feminine, bold, they always made me feel so confident & glamorous. You could feel the moment you put on a D & G dress that the intention when it was designed & made was to celebrate the woman wearing it.”
Kim explains this was a months-long endeavor, with her and D&G going through countless photos of their clothes and letting her pick her faves. She adds, “Not only did the D & G team allow me to curate the collection they also trusted me & my team to create all of the content, the short film, music & creative direction of the show, working along side their incredible team. This process really allowed me to express my creativity without limitations.”
One last thing … if this leopard suit is giving you deja vu, that’s because she’s actually worn something like this before. Back in 2019, Kim rocked another one with a similar pattern.
That one was designed by Azzedine Alaïa and featured in an early ’90s lineup — so it seems even with Dolce & Gabbana, she’s still channeling those late 20th century sentiments.
A girl likes what she likes.