As one of the most famous woman in the world, Kim Kardashian has made a small fortune off the simple fact that people are so obsessed with her, that anything she touches or wears turns to gold.
Rewind 10 years ago, though, and the reality star was known one of two things: being Paris Hilton's sidekick and having one of the most famous bums in Hollywood (remember when her Paper mag cover broke the internet?).
While Kim has since become a powerful force in business, turning 'famous for being famous' into a multi-million pound empire, one the thing she hasn't turned her back on is her famous bum, making it a strategic part of her public persona and KKW and SKIMS ad campaigns.
As a result, it's not surprising that searches for 'how to get Kim Kardashian's butt' have risen over the years.
While Kim's bum might be a hot topic in fan speculation, one artist has come up with a very quick hack for getting the famous look by creating and wearing a pair of Kim K tush shorts to Fashion Week.
Yes, that's right, Scandinavian artists Ida Jonsson, Simon Saarinen and designer Beate Karlsson have brought a 3-D verison of Kim's bottom to life, creating an exact replica inspired by Yeezy's famous bike shorts:
The designer, Beate, road tested them on the streets of New York Fashion Week no less, because go big or go home, amiright?
Scroll through to watch Ida pose and walk around in the shorts like it's really NBD:
The artists styled the pink shorts with a red puffer jacket, thigh high boots and some very Kimmy K-esque sunnies.
While we wouldn't actually wear a pair ourselves, it does make for some pretty funny pictures.
Now, if you're looking to buy a pair (do we call these shorts a pair?) as a gag present for your mate, you will have to wait a while as this is just a prototype, hyping up the official launch when they go into production this spring.
Who knows? Come next season, we may be seeing Kim bum clones running round the city during fashion week. Ahhh who said fashion was ever dull?
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