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The Bottle For Kim Kardashian’s New Fragrance Is Modelled On Her Own Body

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While Kanye West is off spilling his soul on Instagram, Kim Kardashian West has a new fragrance on the way and of course the announcement was made in the most Kim Kardashian manner possible. In celebration of the soon to be released KKW Body, Kim posted a series of cleverly cropped nude images to Instagram.

The first, which was posted on Tuesday, was of Kim's torso with one arm held across her chest to cover her nipples (and avoid the drama of Instagrams no-nip rule). 'KKW BODY 4.30 by Vanessa Beecroft #KKWFRAGRANCE', Kim wrote in the caption.

It wasn't until the following day that we were given a little more information about why Kim had posted this specific picture and what to expect from the product. In another naked (ish) post, Kim shared a picture of herself covered in a clay-like substance and explained: 'We took a mold of my body and made it a perfume bottle'. Because, of course she did.

From what we can tell of Kim's Instagram stories and the KKW Fragrance account, the perfume bottle will be very similar to the iconic silhouette of the Jean Paul Gaultier bottles, with it's shape reflective of Kim's own neck-to-thigh proportion.

Beyond the surprise Instagram nudity, though, we have also been told what to expect from the fragrance itself. Kim shared a full run down of the notes used in the perfume and if you're any good at deciphering what it'll actually smell like, you might take a guess at something pretty rich and complex.

The top notes are Vert de Bergamot, Vert de Mandarin, Baies Rose Orpur and Peach Nectar. In the middle there's Ylang Ylang Moheli Orpur, Rose Turkey Absolute and Jasmine Sambac Absolute and then the base notes include Vetiver Haiti Orpur, Sandalwood Australia Orpur, Golden Amber and Musk.

Don't worry if you're confused by what these all mean, though, because there isn't that long to wait before you can smell it for yourself. KKW Body launches 30 April 2018, so expect some social media fanfare in the next few days...