Kim Kardashian's new perfume will come in bottles shaped like her body

The reality star showed off her banging body in all its naked glory while promoting her latest business venture.

                            Kim Kardashian's new perfume will come in bottles shaped like her body
Kim Kardashian (Source: Getty Images)

Kim Kardashian West has never been one to shy away from putting her glorious body on display. One could say a lot of her fan following is thanks to her lack of inhibition in front of the camera.  

Now, she is giving her fans the opportunity to actually own miniature models of her body – in the form of perfume bottles. The business mogul is dropping a new KKW fragrance and she is using her actual naked body as a mold for the bottles.  

"The next fragrance I have coming out in May, KKW Body, is so amazing. It is a sculpture, basically, of my body," she told Business of Fashion. "It's really cool. The scent is so good, I'm so proud of it. It smells to me like what I would think golden smells like, even though that's a color and something that's just luminous." 

The mom-of-three shared nude photos of herself to promote the new product, leaving very little to our imaginations. The series of photos also feature a couple in which her body is dripping with... we want to say, plastic?  

If the social reactions to her nude photos are anything to go by, the promotion for her KKW fragrance, which will drop on Monday, 30 April, has been highly successful.  

As unbelievable as it seems, her husband Kanye West, simultaneously, is making headlines for even controversial reasons. The rapper, who is known for his eccentricity, has confirmed that he will run for presidency in 2024, after cutting off ties with quite a few people who used to be in his inner circle. 

In the span of a few months Kanye parted ways with longtime manager Izvor “Izzy” Zivkovic, manager Scooter Braun and his "last lawyer."  

'The Life of Pablo' singer tweeted Wednesday morning, “I no longer have a manager. I can’t be managed,” before adding, “I’m nobody’s ‘client.'”