Kim Kardashian In Bikini & Boots Shows Off 'Scuba Swim'

Kim Kardashian close up
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Kim Kardashian is ushering in a new swimwear era for her SKIMS brand, this time bringing shoppers faux leather. Posting a particularly racy shoot that's so far receiving mixed reviews, the 42-year-old mogul sizzled in the tightest black bikini as she also donned boots, also posing with models.

Kim founded SKIMS in 2019. SKIMS Swim is now an annual event complete with plenty of buzz. Past collections have brought neon and metallic swim items. Now, it's faux leather for summer 2023.

Faux Leather Bikini

Lying on a sun-drenched terrace and on her back, Kim opened flaunting her weight loss as well as her OG curves. The Hulu star showcased her tiny waist and her ample assets while stripped down to a halter bikini in black. Lying on her side and near a glass-wrapped balcony overlooking greenery, Kim struck a doll-like pose while also in black stilettos.

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Bringing In The Boots

The ex to Kanye West also showed off a mean tan as she was joined by models in strapless matching swimwear.

Kim reappeared lying on her back and on top of a shirtless male model while poolside. Here, the reality star had upped the ante with a pair of faux leather boots in black as she once again showed off her figure.

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Throughout the gallery, Kim donned dark shades for more futuristic glam. She tagged SKIMS, writing: "SKIMS FAUX LEATHER & SCUBA SWIM COMING SOON." Shade quickly came in, though. "What in the low budget advertising is this" was a popular reply.

Minidress And Boots

The SKIMS Instagram has also been busy this week. Continuing with the shoot's theme, the brand posted a photo of Kim on a balcony and modeling a skintight black minidress and boots to match a pair of opera elbow gloves.

'Shop Now'

Urging fans to shop, SKIMS wrote: "Rush your pool look to the edge: glossy, neoprene swimwear with SKIMS logo detailing just dropped. Shop now."

Cult Brand

Kim hit cult status with SKIMS long ago.

"I wanted to create a brand that could be relied on as a true solution for how people dress today. In doing this, it was especially important that we were size-inclusive and offered a range of colors," she told Vogue.

Bring On The Happy Customers!

Of what gives her the most pride, the mom of four added: “I love hearing how much our customers enjoy the product and seeing them in the clothes — I can’t get enough!"

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