Kim Kardashian is evolving with mind-blowing ideas, and her fans are here for it!
The up-and-coming attorney, set to launch a new SKIMS swimwear line later this month, incorporated an out-of-the-box campaign idea, surprising her millions of followers.
She did so by making the most out of the reported UFO – Unidentified Flying Object – occurrences in the U.S., prompting fans to laud her unconventionality while also coming up with interesting conspiracy theories.
Kim Kardashian Teases Launch Of New SKIMS With Alien-themed Campaign
The 42-year-old socialite has announced in the style that her SKIMS SWIM sets by Harmony Korine will launch on Tuesday, February 21. She shared the exciting news on her Instagram using five pictures to promote the soon-to-be-released extraterrestrial-themed pieces.
As seen in the first snap, Kardashian and four other females donning what may be alien masks were clad in gray swimsuits of different designs in an ornate room decorated with matching luxurious furniture. She was captured with long blonde tresses and standing a bit forward while the other women stood side by side, drawing attention given their alien-like facial features.
The media personality opted for a three-piece swimwear comprising a tube top, v-shaped bottoms, and a little sarong. In the second slide, featuring only Kardashian, she sported the same gray three-piece but sat on an extravagant golden chair in the same plush room.
The third slide, taken outdoors, close to a pool, featured the same five females rocking neon green swimwear, including Kardashian, who lounged on a recliner. The “KUWTK” star paired her one-piece with dark space-themed sunshades, similar to the fourth and fifth images where she switched outfits to a black two-piece swimwear.
She was photographed posing close to a vivid yellow ET-inspired vehicle in what looked like a parking lot. A purple alien was also included in the snap, standing at the far end of the lot.
Fans React To “The Kardashians” Star’s UFO-Inspired Shoot
Over two million fans showered Kardashian’s campaign post with likes, and several could not help but voice their thoughts in the comments; not all were supportive. “All these UFOS shot down to prep us for the skims launch,” a user wrote. “It all makes sense now.” A second commenter then assumed that Kardashian’s campaign was why UFOs had been spotted lately.
Another simply remarked, “The symbolism,” while a fourth fan noted that people would have a “field day” with the update as there were lots of “hidden messages” in the shoot. A fifth commenter jokingly asked, “Is she getting us ready for aliens now” whereas a sixth exclaimed, “Best way to fool someone is to put it in plain site [sic]!!!”
One critic wondered if the superstar was trying to gain from the circulating conspiracies or just confirming one of them.
Another insisted that it was her first daughter North West’s ideas since she loved aliens after a follower declared, “Skims *now available in all galaxies*.”
“Why aliens?” a fan inquired, which a fellow echoed, believing the celeb had some explanations to give. On the other hand, a follower stressed that her campaign was “in tune with the Agenda,” referring to aliens.
Nevertheless, in support of Kardashian’s marketing, a fan was all praises, just like another who noticed that her mother, Kris Jenner, “went hard” on it. One commenter felt the shoot was a joke, as they wrote, “Ur kidding,” while another remarked, “So all these UFOs came here to have a photo shoot with Kim. Okay.”
Four UFOs With No Aliens On Board Get Shot Down In The States
February began with a couple of UFO sightings in the U.S., and in the first two weeks, the Air Force shot down four flying objects, as reported by TIME Magazine.
The first object, taken down on February 4, was a supposed Chinese surveillance balloon, said to be part of a long-running plot to spy on countries worldwide. As for the other objects, there has been no clarity, but it was reported that one shot down on February 10 in Alaska was a “car-sized object” lacking a propulsion source.
Additionally, another one was gunned down over northern Canada the following day, possibly a balloon but smaller than the Chinese one and described as “cylindrical.”
The fourth object was destroyed over Lake Huron in Michigan on February 12, and while experts have confirmed that aliens controlled neither of the UFOs, little was known about their source.