One piece, however, was met with instant opposition: Nude Akid faux fur slides, which Twitter users thought resembled Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma faux fur slides.
Some Twitter users replied to Kardashian’s Tweet by posting images and GIFs of Rihanna’s faux fur slides.
Others went a less subtle route, writing that Kardashian stole Rihanna’s designs. Twitter users also noted a past incident in which Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Kardashian’s younger sisters, were sued for Kendall + Kylie T-shirt designs that used pictures of artists, including Tupac and Ozzie Osbourne, without permission.
While social media users were calling on Rihanna to address the similarities of the designs, she has remained quiet on the matter after a busy fashion week that included the launch of a new beauty line, a Fenty x Puma runway show and a charity gala for her foundation, the Clara Lionel Foundation.
Despite the widespread criticism over the Akid design, some Twitter users noted that the style is sold by a number of different fashion brands apart from Fenty x Puma.
Click through the gallery to see Kim Kardashian’s most body-confident styles over the years.
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