Kim Kardashian took to Instagram to share a stylish, vintage outfit reminiscent of a design wore by the 90’s fashion icon, Naomi Campbell.
The reality star flaunted her toned body in a revealing neon, silk dress bearing floral pattern. In the caption to the photograph, she wrote, “Naomi Forever.”
According to Daily Mail, a similar neon dress was worn by the queen of 90’s runway models, Naomi Campbell, on the Gianni Versace Fall 1996 runway.
Her fans and followers adored the stylish vintage dress and Kardashian’s appearance in the photograph. It has received over 3 million likes within just four days of being uploaded.
Kardashian posted four photographs in the same dress but with various poses and locations.
In the first two snapshots in the series, she is perched at the bottom of a staircase, flaunting her legs in the thigh-split dress.
Meanwhile, in the third picture, she poses alongside her husband, rap artist Kanye West, as they both stand against a pillar.
The final snapshot sees Kardashian taking a selfie while she poses seductively in front of a mirror.
Meanwhile, Daily Mail reported that Kardashian’s latest snapshot is the latest in a series of several head-turning pictures, which show her taking inspiration from Campbell.
Previously, she also adopted other several styles that were reminiscent of the fashion avatar that Campbell donned years ago in the 90’s.
Earlier in March, Kardashian wore a Azzedine Alaia bodysuit inspired by Campbell’s outfit which she wore in 1991.
Prior to that, she wore a thigh-high Versace dress similar to the one Campbell flaunted during 1997 MTV Awards.
Much earlier, in 2018, Kardashian also wore a metallic Versace dress during a Broadway event. The dress was inspired by another Campbell outfit, which she wore in 2015 for the Fragrance Foundation Awards.
Kardashian is no stranger to posting bold snapshots on Instagram, many of which often feature her wearing revealing dresses.
Previously, another photograph of her flaunting her body in a seductive snakeskin-print dress also made much headlines.