You can now wear the most iconic bum in the world, as a wearable Kim Kardashian inspired bum has been released.
In recent years, women have been desperate to achieve the perfectly symmetrical hourglass figure, with many looking to Kim Kardashian for inspiration of this striking posture.
However, not everyone has the money to be forking out on plastic surgery and Brazillian butt lifts, but now there’s the option of silicone biker shorts for a fraction of the price.
This means no need for endless squats as you can now style them under a figure-hugging dress or super tight jeans.
The silicone bum biker shorts have creatively been titled ‘The Bum’, which were invented by Scandinavian creatives, Ida Jonsson and Simon Saarinen and fashion designer, Beate Karlsson, who have joined forces.
Saarinen explained how they came up with the concept, saying: “We’re living in a time where people are ready to undergo serious and sometimes dangerous surgeries to make their butt look like hers – all in the name of likes.
“Her ass is probably one of the most recognised and talked-about symbols born out of Instagram”.
He added: “It is just as much a celebration of a woman who managed to create a multi-million dollar brand based on her butt.”
To ensure that the shape and size were exactly the same as Kim K’s, the creators gathered thousands of images of her butt and meshed them together, which eventually developed into a 3D model.
Saarinen explained: “When we’d figured out the look and dimensions, we reached out to a 3D artist specialised in photorealistic 3D rendering.
“After going through all of our material, he made rendering her bum his full time for a couple of weeks. Finally, we had to decide what underwear she should wear and went for a classic Yeezy-esque all beige thong”.
Those in search of something to hide their lack of butt will need to wait a little longer before they can purchase ‘The Butt’, as the creators would like to reduce the weight of the shorts before they go on sale.
Currently, the silicone bum biker shorts weigh in at a hefty three kilograms, essentially like carrying a tiny baby around all day.
Karlsson commented: “It’s our mission as artists and thinkers to question – and sometimes highlight – the changing demands that surround us in order to start a discussion.
“We will probably use a mix of silicone, spandex and microfiber, but we’ve not fully decided on how the product will be materialised yet”.
The team haven’t come up with an official price yet, but the product will be in limited numbers and they estimate to sell it between £345 to £460.
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