Earlier this week Kim Kardashian attempted to break the internet once again when she revealed a series of pictures showing her naked torso being moulded for her latest perfume bottle.
“We made a mold of my body and made it a perfume bottle. @kkwfragrance,” Kim told her millions of fans.
However, it wasn’t long before people were comparing Kim’s new perfume bottle to that of Jean Paul Gaultier’s Classique Fragrance.
The bust bottle is certainly not a new concept, but a post sent from Gaultier’s account on Thursday suggested that the French designer wasn’t thrilled with the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star’s bottle design.
“Keeping up with the fragrance’s news! #Classique #JeanPaulGaultier,” the post read.
And the shade didn’t go unnoticed by his followers. “My generation will always know you did it first,” one of his fans wrote.
“Loving the shade. You better let her knowwwwww,” said another.
However, others were quick to point out Gaultier wasn’t the first designer to release a perfume in the shape of a torso.
“Schiaparelli released a fragrance created by Jean Charles in 1937 that was in a bottle shape inspired by the body of Mae West,” another commented.
And: “Ooh the shade but yours isn’t Kim’s body is it? Secondly, chill imitation is the highest form of flattery.”