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Kim Kardashian / Kimono

Kim Kardashian today announces her latest venture in the form of a shapewear line called Kimono. The 38-year-old media personality and businesswoman took to social media to preview the collection, which looks noticeably YEEZY-esque.

Via an Instagram post, Kardashian reveals that she's been developing Kimono for the past year. "Kimono is my take on shapewear and solutions for women that actually work," she says.

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Kim went on to add that she has been forced to make her own shapewear styles in the past, also stating that it can be quite difficult to find a color that blends with her skin tone. One silhouette showcased, for example, is designed to be worn with a dress or a skirt that has a slit.

In addition to teasing the line, Kim revealed that Kanye drew the logo for the brand.

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Kimono Solutionwear will be available in nine shades in sizes XXS to 4XL, coming soon.

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