Wednesday 5 October 2022 08:06 PM works her magic in sexy belted dress and shades trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 08:06 PM works her magic in sexy belted dress and shades trends now
Wednesday 5 October 2022 08:06 PM Kim Kardashian works her magic in sexy belted dress and Balenciaga shades trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 08:06 PM Kim Kardashian works her magic in sexy belted dress and Balenciaga shades trends now

Kim Kardashian took experimental fashion to a whole new level on Wednesday.

In a series of sultry shots posted to her Instagram on Wednesday, the beauty, 41, worked her magic in a sexy belt dress which appeared to have been fashioned by Balenciaga creative director Demna Gvasalia.

She upped the edge factor with flared Balenciaga shades and rocked an effortlessly chic bun.

Belts, but make it fashion! Kim Kardashian took experimental fashion to a whole new level on Wednesday

Belts, but make it fashion! Kim Kardashian took experimental fashion to a whole new level on Wednesday

'When I couldn’t make it to the @balenciaga show @demna sent the show to me,' she captioned the post.

In addition to the fashion designer and brand, Kim tagged her skincare line SKKN and designer Betsey Johnson in the post.

The images captured Kim in an array of different settings, from the outdoors to posing beside a white wall.

As she laid in the dirt, Kim showed off her black heeled sandals and toned legs.

All tied up! Kim turned an array of leather belts into a sexy mini dress

Added extras: She upped the edge factor with flared Balenciaga shades and rocked an effortlessly chic bun

All tied up! Kim turned an array of leather belts into a sexy mini dress

She gazed at the camera with shades concealing a good portion of her complexion, but her youthful skin still shone in the snaps.

Interestingly, however, dirt covered parts of her arms and hands.

In a more clean setting, Kim looked like a model as she posed by a white wall.

The posts come amid the latest drama involving her ex-husband Kanye West.

Svelte! Kim showed off her envy-inducing legs and abs

Svelte! Kim showed off her envy-inducing legs and abs 

What on earth! The star had dirt pressed into her arms and hands as she laid in the ground

What on earth! The star had dirt pressed into her arms and hands as she laid in the ground 

Kanye has now responded to Gigi Hadid branding him a bully and has claimed the Kardashians kept him from his children before Khloe blasted those allegations and begged him to stop tearing down her older sister Kim.

The drama began early Wednesday morning when the 45-year-old rapper responded to the 27-year-old supermodel on Instagram writing: 'I WONDER WHAT GIGI AND VENUS'S PERESPECTIVES WERE WHEN I DIDN'T KNOW WHERE MY CHILD WAS ON HER BIRTHDAY.'

Khloe, 38, then commented on Kanye's post as she claimed he knew where his child Chicago was on her fourth birthday and begged him to 'please STOP tearing Kimberly down.'

Feud: Kanye West (left) has responded to Gigi Hadid branding him a bully and has= claimed the Kardashians kept him from his children

Stunner: The 27-year-old supermodel is seen walking the runway for the Stella McCartney Womenswear Spring/Summer 2023 show during Paris Fashion Week on Monday

Feud: Kanye West (left) has responded to Gigi Hadid branding him a bully and has claimed the Kardashians kept him from his children

Standing by her family: Khloe Kardashian then blasted those allegations and begged him to stop tearing her older sister Kim down

Standing by her family: Khloe Kardashian then blasted those allegations and begged him to stop tearing her older sister Kim down

She wrote: 'Ye, I love you. I don't want to do this on social media but YOU keep bringing it here. You are the father of my nieces and nephews and I'm trying to be respectful but please STOP tearing Kimberly down and using our family when you want to deflect.

'Again with the birthday narrative. Enough already. We all know the truth and in my opinion, everyone's tired of it.'

Back on January 15, Kanye had claimed that he was not 'allowed to know' the location of his daughter Chicago's fourth birthday party as Kim was dating comedian Pete Davidson at the time.

The drama began early Wednesday morning when the 45-year-old rapper responded to the 27-year-old supermodel on Instagram writing: 'I WONDER WHAT GIGI AND VENUS'S PERESPECTIVES WERE WHEN I DIDN'T KNOW WHERE MY CHILD WAS ON HER BIRTHDAY'

The drama began early Wednesday morning when the 45-year-old rapper responded to the 27-year-old supermodel on Instagram writing: 'I WONDER WHAT GIGI AND VENUS'S PERESPECTIVES WERE WHEN I DIDN'T KNOW WHERE MY CHILD WAS ON HER BIRTHDAY'

Khloe denied those allegations in her post as she said: 'You know exactly where your children are at all times and YOU wanted separate birthdays. I have seen all of the texts to prove it. And when you changed your mind and wanted to attend, you came.

'Like you have pointed out yourself, she is the one taking care of your kids 80% of the time. Please Leave her and the family out of it so that the kids can be raised peacefully. [praying hands emoji] I come from a place of love and I am happy to continue this conversation privately if you wish [white heart emoji]'

This comes just a day after Gigi  has branded Kanye a 'bully and a joke' after he insulted a critic of his controversial White Lives Matter merchandise. 

The rapper sparked outrage when he debuted the clothing at his Paris Fashion Week show on Monday before doubling down on his claims and dismissing Black Lives Matter - the social movement created to protest social and racial injustices aimed at his own community. 

Khloe, 38, then commented on Kanye's post as she claimed he knew where his child Chicago was on her fourth birthday and begged him to 'please STOP tearing Kimberly down'

Khloe, 38, then commented on Kanye's post as she claimed he knew where his child Chicago was on her fourth birthday and begged him to 'please STOP tearing Kimberly down'

In a series of posts on Tuesday, Ye lashed out Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, a stylist and global Vogue contributing editor, who had branded his merchandise 'indefensible', 'dangerous' and 'violent.'

In his posts, West insulted Karefa-Johnson's style and scoffed 'this is not a fashion person', before going on to share the ominous text 'this means war'. 

He also shared a text exchange with a person called Mowalola - presumably fashion designer Mowalola Ogunlesi who Ye picked to head up Yeezy Gap a few years ago - in which he has been urged 'not to insult' the writer. 

The exchange prompted Hadid, 27, to comment that West didn't have 'a percentage of her intellect', and said there was 'no point to his s**t'. 

'You wish you had a percentage of her intellect': Gigi Hadid branded Kanye West a 'BULLY' and a 'joke' after the rapper lashed out at a critic of his controversial 'White Lives Matter' tops

Fuming: Gigi shared a strong message after he insulted her friend in a slew of posts.

'You wish you had a percentage of her intellect': A day earlier, Gigi branded Kanye a 'BULLY' and a 'joke' after the rapper lashed out at a critic of his controversial 'White Lives Matter' tops in a series of Instagram posts  on Tuesday

Hadid wrote: 'You wish u had a percentage of her intellect. You have no idea haha…. If there’s actually a point to any of your s**t she might be the only person that could save u. As if the “honor” of being invited to your show should keep someone from giving their opinion ..? Lol. You’re a bully and a joke.'

Hadid and Karefa-Johnson have worked together in the past, with the stylist telling ELLE earlier this year that she shares a 'true friendship' with the model and there is 'deep respect and trust' between them. 

West had lashed out at the Vogue writer after she shared videos from Ye's show captioned: 'Here come the bulls**t. I’m fuming.' She added it was 'indefensible behavior', while calling the collection 'deeply offensive, violent, and dangerous.'

The rapper was not pleased about the criticism and proceeded to tell his followers: 'You speak on Ye Ima speak on you Ask Trevor Noah.' 

The rapper seemed to be referring to an incident with The Daily Show's Noah earlier this year in which he branded the presenter a 'k**n'. He had made the racial slur in response to Noah calling his treatment towards estranged wife Kim Kardashian 'terrifying to watch'. 

Gigi commented: You wish u had a percentage of her intellect. You have no idea haha¿. If there¿s actually a point to any of your s** she might be the only person that could save u... You¿re a bully and a joke [sic]'

Gigi commented: You wish u had a percentage of her intellect. You have no idea haha…. If there’s actually a point to any of your s** she might be the only person that could save u... You’re a bully and a joke [sic]' 

Conversations: West had shared a text exchange with a person called Mowalola - presumably from fashion designer Mowalola Ogunlesi who Ye picked to head up Yeezy Gap a few years ago - as she urged him 'not to insult' the writer

Conversations: West had shared a text exchange with a person called Mowalola - presumably from fashion designer Mowalola Ogunlesi who Ye picked to head up Yeezy Gap a few years ago - as she urged him 'not to insult' the writer

Pals: Hadid and Karefa-Johnson have worked together in the past, with Karefa-Johnson telling ELLE earlier this year that she shares a 'true friendship' with Hadid and there is 'deep respect and trust' between them (pictured in 2019)

Pals: Hadid and Karefa-Johnson have worked together in the past, with Karefa-Johnson telling ELLE earlier this year that she shares a 'true friendship' with Hadid and there is 'deep respect and trust' between them (pictured in 2019) 

Elsewhere in his tirade, West shared a picture of Karefa-Johnson's footwear as he scoffed: 'I KNOOOOOOW ANNA HAAAATES THESE BOOTS', seemingly referring to Vogue Editor Anna Wintour. 

The Grammy-winning musician also shared a screenshot of the stylist's Instagram profile that he captioned: 'Broke the processor When the computer can’t read the code This is a droid.' 

He concluded his posts by sharing the text 'This means war' across a black post. 

Actress Jodie Turner-Smith was also among the famous faces who hit out at the rapper's latest tirade, sharing on her Instagram Story: 'I thought he said he was trying to bring people together??? Fake and disgusting and embarrassing please go touch some grass and stop sharing your toxic thoughts.' 

Hadid later added on her Story that Karefa-Johnson was 'one of the must important voices in our industry and could school that disgraceful man in more ways than he knows.' 

She also shared a lengthy statement from Vogue writer José Criales-Unzueta who accused West of 'publicly bullying' the stylist and said of his latest collection 'It's not smart. It's not interesting. It's not nuanced. It's dangerous.' 

Fuming: In a series of posts, Ye lashed out Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, a stylist and global Vogue contributing editor, who had branded his merchandise 'indefensible behavior'

Fuming: In a series of posts, Ye lashed out Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, a stylist and global Vogue contributing editor, who had branded his merchandise 'indefensible behavior'

Mocking: West also shared a picture of the stylist's footwear as he scoffed: 'I KNOOOOOOW ANNA HAAAATES THESE BOOTS', seemingly referring to Vogue Editor Anna Wintour

Mocking: West also shared a picture of the stylist's footwear as he scoffed: 'I KNOOOOOOW ANNA HAAAATES THESE BOOTS', seemingly referring to Vogue Editor Anna Wintour

Ominous: He concluded his posts by sharing the text 'This means war' across a black post

Ominous: He concluded his posts by sharing the text 'This means war' across a black post

While Hadid is friends with the Kardashian/Jenner clan she has made it clear that she does not align with West's views after she 'liked' a controversial tweet that criticised the fashion industry for fawning over West.

The 2020 post was addressed to the fashion industry and read: 'Just in case you forgot, Kanye West advocates for Donald Trump's administration, 

'And that gay-hating, poor person-hating, immigrant hating, woman-hating, trans-hating, animal and nature-hating, abortion-banning, sociopathic, genocidal agenda is the goody in each of your 'sunday service' gift bags.

The message then went on to accuse anyone of working to support Kanye's products of putting lives at risk.

'Lending your talents to West's product campaigns and your caches to the normalization of his heinous message endangers the lives of gay people, women, poor, middle and working classes, and the environment itself.'

The message concluded: 'You are producing rightwing propaganda with every tweet of elation, record cover, choreography or peal of Christian joy that you contribute to West's dangerous campaign.' 

Unimpressed: West had hit out at Karefa-Johnson after she shared videos from Ye's show, penning: 'Here come the bulls**t. I¿m fuming. She added it was 'Indefensible behavior'

Unimpressed: West had hit out at Karefa-Johnson after she shared videos from Ye's show, penning: 'Here come the bulls**t. I’m fuming. She added it was 'Indefensible behavior'

Statement: Karefa-Johnson had been vocal in her dislike over the merchandise, taking to Instagram to share her thoughts

Statement: Karefa-Johnson had been vocal in her dislike over the merchandise, taking to Instagram to share her thoughts 

Vocal: Karefa-Johnson offered an in depth look at her thoughts on the collection

Vocal: She shared a series of text messages with a friend

Vocal: Karefa-Johnson offered an in depth look at her thoughts on the collection in a series of text messages with a friend

While Hadid is a friend of the Kardashians and Jenners, she's also a loyal friend to her close pal Taylor Swift.

The runway beauty spoke out in 2016 to deny claims she supported Kanye when she attended his Yeezy 3 where he debuted his track Famous in which he raps about Swift.

At the time controversy swirled over whether the singer gave Kanye permission to use the lyrics: 'I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b***h famous.'.

After being spotted at the rapper's show, Hadid made sure there was no doubting her loyalty to her girlfriend: 'My attendance somewhere does not mean I agree with everything being said in the music playing there. My friends know of my loyalty.'

Disgraceful: Hadid later added on her Story that Karefa-Johnson was 'one of the must important voices in our industry and could school that disgraceful man in more ways than he knows'

Disgraceful: Hadid later added on her Story that Karefa-Johnson was 'one of the must important voices in our industry and could school that disgraceful man in more ways than he knows'

Statement: She also shared a lengthy statement from Vogue writer José Criales-Unzueta who accused West of 'publicly bullying' the stylist and said of his latest collection 'It's not smart. It's not interesting. It's not nuanced. It's dangerous'

Statement: She also shared a lengthy statement from Vogue writer José Criales-Unzueta who accused West of 'publicly bullying' the stylist and said of his latest collection 'It's not smart. It's not interesting. It's not nuanced. It's dangerous'

Lashing out: Actress Jodie Turner-Smith was also among the famous faces who hit out at the rapper's latest tirade

Lashing out: Actress Jodie Turner-Smith was also among the famous faces who hit out at the rapper's latest tirade

Old pals: While Hadid is friends with the Kardashian/Jenner clan she has made it clear that she does not align with West's views (pictured with Kendall Jenner in 2021)

Old pals: While Hadid is friends with the Kardashian/Jenner clan she has made it clear that she does not align with West's views (pictured with Kendall Jenner in 2021)

Scathing:  In 2020 Hadid like a tweet addressed to the fashion industry that accused anyone contributing to Kanye's fashion and music empire of essentially producing 'right-wing propaganda'

Scathing:  In 2020 Hadid like a tweet addressed to the fashion industry that accused anyone contributing to Kanye's fashion and music empire of essentially producing 'right-wing propaganda'

The latest controversy surrounding West comes after he doubled down on his decision to showcase 'White Lives Matter' shirts in his Yeezy collection. 

On his Instagram Story, he wrote: 'Everyone knows Black Lives Matter was a scam. Now it's over. You're welcome.' 

The outspoken star appeared to be reinforcing a lack of faith in the cause, which has developed a reputation for staging mass street protests regarding the perceived mistreatment of ethnic minorities around the world. 

Founded in 2013 following the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman in the United States, Black Lives Matter gained global attention after playing a key role in the protests that followed George Floyd's unlawful killing by a white police officer in 2020.  

While the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag and slogan serve as reminders that inequality still exists on a global scale, West surprised fans well-versed with his outlandish statements by appearing to make light of it on Monday evening. 

Launching an unexpected Yeezy show during Paris Fashion Week, he wore a sweater emblazoned with a White Lives Matter statement while watching his parade of models take to the catwalk in garments bearing the same inflammatory message. 

He was joined by divisive right-wing commentator Candace Owens, who beamed while wearing a complementary version of West's sweater.

Provocation: West sparked outrage on Tuesday after dismissing Black Lives Matter, the social movement created to protest social and racial injustices aimed at his own community

Provocation: West sparked outrage on Tuesday after dismissing Black Lives Matter, the social movement created to protest social and racial injustices aimed at his own community

The Anti-Defamation League has previously called the phrase 'White Lives Matter' a hate slogan.

The slogan worn on West and Owens' shirts has previously been used by the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacist organizations as an attack against the Black Lives Matter movement and Black people more broadly.

The move appeared to be another example of West's distancing himself from mainstream black politics. 

In 2005, West made international news when he appeared on a telethon for the victims of Hurricane Katrina and declared: 'George Bush doesn't care about black people.'

Since then, he has aligned himself with right-wing figures such as Owens, as well as former President Donald Trump, and has regularly sported a red Make America Great Again cap in public. 

Palling around: Also posing with West was the right-wing commentator Candace Owens, who beamed while wearing a complementary version of the 'White Lives Matter' shirt

Palling around: Also posing with West was the right-wing commentator Candace Owens, who beamed while wearing a complementary version of the 'White Lives Matter' shirt

During a May 2018 interview regarding his support of Trump, West said: 'Racism isn't  the deal-breaker for me. If that was the case, I wouldn't live in America.' 

‘I am Ye, and everyone here knows that I am the leader,’ West said at the event while referencing his new legal name, adding: ‘You can’t manage me.’

It is not the first time that West has stoked controversy surrounding race, after saying in 2018 that he thought 400 years of slavery 'was a choice.'

He told TMZ: 'When you hear about slavery for 400 years ... for 400 years? That sounds like a choice. You were there for 400 years and it's all of y'all. It's like we're mentally imprisoned.'

West later apologized for those remarks but also described them as an example of 'free thought.' 

In April 2018, he again drew huge criticism when he tweeted: 'I love the way Candace Owens thinks.'   

In response to West's White Lives Matter sweater, Van Lathan, the former TMZ producer who confronted the rapper on camera in 2018, wrote this Instagram

In response to West's White Lives Matter sweater, Van Lathan, the former TMZ producer who confronted the rapper on camera in 2018, wrote this Instagram

In response to West's White Lives Matter sweater, Lathan wrote on Instagram: 'We don't need a reminder of the worth of white lives. America is a shrine to the worth of white people.'

He went on: 'This message is reactionary to a message affirming the worth of Black lives, which have never been worth anything in America. In its intent, it's a white supremacist notion.'

Lathan continued: 'Because it posits that we can't have a conversation about the worth of Black people without having a conversation

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