Kim Kardashian flaunts her hourglass figure in black bandeau and bottoms from her new shapewear line SKIMS
She made over $2 million dollars in seconds when her shape wear line launched earlier this month.
And Kim Kardashian knows she is her own best model.
The reality TV star sizzled wearing two pieces from her versatile SKIMS line, in photos posted in Friday.
Perfect figure: Kim Kardashian sizzled wearing two pieces from her versatile SKIMS line, in photos posted in Friday
The 38-year-old posed on the floor, with her legs stretched out, in a black bandeau top and a pair of high waist boy shorts.
Leaning on her right arm and with her left hand grabbing her head, she modeled the bra, which retails for $20 and the bottoms that sell for $22, both are shown in onyx.
The caption on the SKIMS post notes that all of her pieces come in sizes XXS-4XL in Onyx.
Budget friendly pieces: she modeled the bra, which retails for $20 and the bottoms that sell for $22, both are shown in onyx
Her sensational and surgically enhanced body was on display in as her toned tum and legs were exposed.
In a second photo she posed on her knees, showing off a more up close angle of the shape wear.
Full body SKIMS will cost $62 and all sizes from XXS-5XL are offered, and in 9 colors.
The line originally launched under Kimono, came under fire for cultural appropriation of the traditional Japanese garment.
Kim told WSJ Magazine that the reaction was something she didn't expect, and that her intentions were 'innocent.'
'You would think we would have obviously thought it through a little bit deeper,' she told the outlet.
Money maker: She made over $2 million dollars in seconds when her shape wear line launched earlier this month
'I’m the first person to say, "Okay, of course, I can’t believe we didn’t think of this." I obviously had really innocent intentions. But let’s listen. And I want to really listen. And I want to really take it all in.'
Prior to her public announcement of the line, Kim explained why she fell in love with the original name.
'I heard it, and it instantly clicked with me,' she said. 'And I think ono means "one." The Kim part I thought was, like, clever.
As a response to the outcry, she issued a statement to the New York Times asserting her 'deep respect for the significance of the kimono in Japanese culture.'
The brand also recently announced that Alice Marie Johnson, who Kim helped free from jail a year ago, is a model for the new shapewear.
She also enlisted her sisters Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian to model the pieces.
Showing off curves: Kylie modeled a one piece
Curves down: Khloe also modeled for the brand