There’s no shadow here for Kanye West.
Kim Kardashian supported her ex-husband’s Yeezy line in an Instagram post yesterday, joining their daughters North West, 9 and Chicago West, 4, to rock some of his futuristic new sunglasses.
Under her post “YR 3022 YEEZY SHDZ,” the reality star posed in a black leather catsuit with gloves as she and her girls — also dressed in similar all-black outfits — showed off the shield-style mirrored, enveloping shades in a series of five photos.
The 41-year-old Skims founder shows off a peace sign as she lays on the floor with Chicago in one fell swoop and hugs her in another, after which each of the ladies posed for their own selfie with the sunglasses — or in North’s case, two selfies.
Although Kardashian told Vogue that her oldest child will “always complain if I wear too much black,” North didn’t seem to mind during their photo shoot. photos.
West and Kardashian also share sons Saint, 6, and Psalm, 3, but this time they didn’t join in for the fashion fun.
Fans loved the show of support for Kanye’s brand saying “I love the queen supporting her ex this is so iconic idccc” and “she is a great co-parent and supports her BD which is wonderful for their kids. ”
The former Mrs. West isn’t the only one getting involved with Yeezy; Young North appeared to be cooking something for the brand during her visit to the design studio, where the sunglasses photos were taken.
Last week, her mom posted photos to her Instagram story of some of the drawings North sketched, including some aliens — leaving fans wondering if her artwork would appear on some upcoming Yeezy apparel.
As for Kanye, 45, he shared some frustrations this week with his billion-dollar brand, claiming that Adidas — which handles manufacturing and distribution for Yeezy — made decisions about the line without consulting him.
Kardashian – who filed for divorce from West in February 2021 – has stressed the importance of keeping things civil with her ex, telling Good Morning America in April that “when it comes to family, I mean – Kanye and I will always be family. Ultimately, I just want my kids to be happy and healthy and think about their father’s world. And they do.”
Indeed, she told Vogue that, despite all the trouble, her philosophy is to “make sure you’re your co-parent’s greatest cheerleader, no matter what you’re going through personally.”