Kim Kardashian compared to Marilyn Monroe in raunchy outfit

Kim Kardashian stunned fans with a sizzling new photoshoot, drawing comparisons to the iconic Marilyn Monroe.

The reality TV star, 43, channeled the late movie star’s glamour in an animal print bikini and platinum blonde hairstyle, captivating Instagram followers and setting social media abuzz.

Styled and directed by Soki Mak and captured by photographer Michael Bailey Gates, the mom-of-four showcased her curves in a cheeky-cut animal print bikini paired with black pumps. To elevate the look, she donned a matching leather animal print masquerade mask designed by Zana Bayne.

Celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton crafted Kim’s blown-out crop, reminiscent of Marilyn’s signature hairstyle. Makeup artist Kali Kennedy completed the transformation, giving Kim the skinny eyebrow trend, another nod to Monroe’s classic look.

Followers quickly pointed out the striking resemblance between Kim and Marilyn, with many branding her an “icon” for the homage.

“Monroe Style elegance & sexy,” one fan commented.

Model Winnie Harlow added: “So.. you’re telling me this isn’t Marilyn Monroe? 😍.”

In another set of photos from the same shoot, Kim slipped into an embellished see-through dress, reminiscent of her controversial 2022 Met Gala appearance.

One follower wrote: “Looks like you’re about to sing happy birthday to the president,” referencing the famous dress Marilyn wore in 1962 to serenade President John F. Kennedy on his birthday.

Kim’s 2022 Met Gala look caused quite a stir. She posed for photos before the event wearing the infamous skin-tight, crystal-embellished dress. While she did look stunning, critics were outraged that she took the risk of damaging the iconic garment.

Kim Kardashian attends The 2022 Met Gala Celebrating “In America: An Anthology of Fashion”. Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty.

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