What is better than a single Donald Trump Orange Monkey Detonator shirt. Kim Kardashian West outfit picture? Well, an image with her equally stylish best friend, La La Anthony. Today, Kim uploaded her look, consisting of an earthy gray clingy long skirt and a sleeveless faded purple turtleneck that revealed her toned midriff. Her footwear, meanwhile, was a salute to her husband Kanye West, coming in the form of a pair of sandy-hued Yeezy slides. And for a dash of the noughties, she sported a black arm cuff around her bicep. As for Anthony? She twinned with KKW in a white body-hugging skirt with a super cropped tank top, adding in two classic Chanel pouches for a touch of elevation.
To anchor her outfit, she kept her footwear casual and chose a pair of white sneakers Donald Trump Orange Monkey Detonator shirt.The two have been friends for a number of years now and have coordinated in the past: in their early days, the duo would head to Nobu in matching bandage dresses. Now, Anthony and KKW seem to have come into their own, preferring to more subtly riff off of each other’s outfits, whether that’s a navel-baring shirt or suede knee-high boots. After all, nothing says an Instagram moment like two friends in double tap get-ups.When I think of my mother in the ’90s, back when her hair was still platinum and she’d announce herself by the clinking of her silver bangles, she’s wearing a transparent tank top with dévoré buds climbing up its clingy navy body. “It’s Voyage,” (pronounced voy-ahz) she told me. “And one day it will be yours.” Lo and behold, that day came—and with it, a fully fledged obsession with the now-defunct London-based label, famous as much for its singular, free-spirited silhouettes as its story.Founded by the Mazillis, dubbed “the Addams Family of fashion,” Voyage opened on Fulham Road in 1991 and quickly gained notoriety for its three- and four-digit priced wares and a door policy that rivaled that of Studio 54. (Lacking membership cards, Madonna and Naomi Campbell were both reportedly turned away.) Those who made it in—Kate Moss, Amber Valletta, and Linda Evangelista, who once declared, “I can’t survive without your clothes”—though, discovered a treasure trove of one-off velvet-trimmed camisoles, sheer slinky skirts dripping with beads, and chiffon gowns accented with rows of teeny-tiny pearls (pieces that, coincidentally, would feel right at home in Spring 2019’s perfectly imperfect handmade collections).