Wearing skin-tight double-denim that only a Kardashian can pull off, Kim Kardashian has showed off her curves in another eyebrow-raising outfit.
This time, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality star sported a pair of skin-tight jeans with an off-centre zip, teamed with a matching one-shoulder crop top.
Of course, the jean-ius ensemble is believed to be from her husband Kanye West's Yeezy clothing line.
The denim-on-denim ensemble has been compared Britney Spears' 2001 American Music Awards outfit, which was one of her most iconic looks of all-time.
Spears and her then-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake, took couple dressing to a new level in matching shades of denim-on-denim.
Back to the Kardashians. Kim, 38, and West, 41, were at Nobu in Malibu with Kourtney Kardashian, 39, her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, 35, and Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner, 63.
The group went to dinner at the celebrity haunt for the birthday of family friend, Jonathan Cheban.
There was no sign, however, of Khloe Kardashian, 34, who has been keeping a low profile after her former friend Jordyn Woods, 21, was accused of "cheating" with Khloe's ex-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.
Last month, witnesses told gossip site TMZ that Woods and NBA player Thompson were "making out" at a house party in Los Angeles, leading to one of the most scandalous Kardashian-related stories in recent memory.
Yesterday, Woods finally broke her silence in an interview with Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk.
"I didn't tell the truth to the people that I loved," Woods said.
"Not because of malicious intent, but because I was just scared.
"I had talked to Khloé and she asked me what was going on, if everything was fine. In my head, in trying to forget that part of the story, I was just like, 'No, he was chilling, everything was okay. There were girls there but he wasn't all over the girls.'
"I was honest about being there but I wasn't honest about the actions that had taken place," she continued.
"I just knew how much turmoil that was going on that I was like, let me not just throw more fuel on the fire."