Kim Kardashian Spotted Going out for Dinner with Husband Kanye West and Sister Kourtney
The two oldest Kardashian sisters and the famous rapper were spotted during a casual outing in Hollywood for a birthday party where they joined other celebrities.
On July 10, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, accompanied by Kim’s husband Kanye West, were photographed as they arrived in style to Los Angeles’ hip restaurant Craig’s to celebrate fashion designer Kristen Noel Crawley’s birthday.
Kim was true to her reputation as a fashion trendsetter and she stole the attention of the cameras as she walked into the popular venue wearing a black halterneck top with fake alligator skin texture by Tom Ford and matching figure-hugging leather pants.
West appeared in his usual more casual look, wearing loose sweatpants, sneakers and a black sweater. He covered his eyes with sunglasses.
Kourtney, who arrived separately, matched her sister and brother-in-law’s tones by wearing black as well. Her ensemble consisted of a black bra top and trousers in the same color, adding a blue, feathered belt for contrast.
Other famous faces such as Canadian fashion model Winnie Harlow and Luka Sabbat, also a model and Kourtney’s on and off boyfriend, were also in attendance.
Despite being generally praised for her sense of style, Kim’s recently launched enterprise, a shapewear brand named “Kimono,” has brought her backlash, as people accuse her of cultural appropriation and being disrespectful to Japanese culture.
It has been one of the few date nights husband and wife Kim and Kanye have had since the arrival of their fourth baby Psalm back in May, via surrogacy, around the time of the couple’s fifth wedding anniversary.
Early in the week, Kim finally addressed the criticism surrounding her brand, telling the WSJ magazine that she had “innocent intentions” when she opted to use the name of the traditional Japanese garment for her line.
Kim Kardashian claims that naming her shape wear brand “Kimono” was completely innocent. Sorry Kim, but after a million culture appropriation scandals I think you should know by now.... 😐 pic.twitter.com/FuUOKrvVbn— Affinity Magazine (@TheAffinityMag) July 9, 2019
Kim originally launched the project on June 25, but following the backlash, she admitted that it was a wrong choice and agreed to re-launch the collection with a different name.
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star has erased the Instagram account dedicated to the brand, and she is expected to announce its replacement soon.