Kim Kardashian-West can now add fashion designer to her resume. The beauty mogul and lawyer-to-be revealed she will be launching Kimono Solutionwear, a line of shapewear, next month.

The reality star announced the news on Tuesday morning. "Finally I can share with you guys this project that I have been developing for the last year. I’ve been passionate about this for 15 years," Kim shared on social media. "Kimono is my take on shapewear and solutions for women that actually work," the reality star added.

The shapewear, which, according to a press release, uses a "solution-focused approach" for its products, will offer an inclusive size range (XXS-4XL) and be available in nine shades.

The mother of four developed Kimono after discovering the market was lacking shapewear that catered to different outfits and skin tones. "I would always cut up my shapewear to make my own styles, and there have also been so many times I couldn’t find a shapeware color that blended with my skin tone so we needed a solution for all of this," Kim explained in her caption.

Taking into account current trends, one design features a pair of bottoms with one leg extending down the thigh while the other is styled like a brief. "This is the solution short," the 38-year-old wrote. "I developed this style for all of those times I wanted to wear a dress or skirt with a slit and still needed the support."


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News of Kimono Solutionwear's launch has been met with an array of different reactions. Friends of the star, like Chrissy Teigen, admire the product.

“Oh my god," the model wrote, according to Page Six, "I don’t have to cut one side of my spanx anymore!!!!!”

Others haven't been as fond of the news, accusing Kim of cultural appropriation and lack of inclusivity.

"A kimono is not just a garment, there’s an entire meaning behind it," one Twitter user explained.

And, while the shapewear did boast an inclusive size range (XXS-4XL), the models in the photos did not.

Life & Style makes mention of three Twitter users who were not happy with the body types Kim chose for the photos.

"'All of these girls look identical though,' wrote one fan. 'Nobody told Kim she should use different size models for this line,' tweeted a second fan. 'How about using women of all different sizes? All those women are slim,' commented the third person, according to the outlet.

So far, it doesn't look like Kim has responded to any of the backlash. Thankfully for her though, she has a month until the products are officially available which leaves her time to address fans concerns.