Just when you thought Kim Kardashian West was going to go the entire month of April without gracing our Twitter and Instagram feeds with a tasteful nude or two, the reality star and makeup mogul took to social media on Tuesday to post a handful of shots of her naked body. Kardashian West uploaded the three pics — in which all Instagram-prohibited parts are covered by carefully placed arms, legs, and blur effects — in order to tease her newest KKW Beauty fragrance, KKW Body, which drops Monday, April 30.
The nudes were a fitting preview for KKW Body, since, as Kardashian West revealed to The Business of Fashion this week, the perfume will come in a bottle shaped like her famous figure. “The next fragrance I have coming out in May, KKW Body, is so amazing. It is a sculpture, basically, of my body,” she told BoF. “It’s really cool. The scent is so good, I’m so proud of it. It smells to me like what I would think golden smells like, even though that’s a color and something that’s just luminous.” The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star previously teased the newest entry into her growing collection of scents on Sunday, when the KKW Fragrance Instagram page shared a photo of front and back views of her body carved into a sandy beach, with the cryptic caption simply reading, “COMING SOON 04.30.”
Besides the nude pics, the mom of three also shared a few hints about the golden-smelling perfume on Twitter on Tuesday. When one fan asked whether KKW Body would comprise multiple scents like her previous Crystal Gardenia and Kimoji Hearts collections, each of which included three separate fragrances, Kardashian West tweeted back, “Just one scent.” And in response to another fan’s asking if KKW Body would be a unisex scent, Kim K hinted that she’s already working on the next member of the KKW Fragrance family, writing, “It’s not unisex but we have a unisex fragrance in the future.” (That said, any beauty product can be gender-neutral if anyone of any gender simply puts it on their body.)
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