Last week she stunned as she recreated a classic Cher look to watch her perform.
And now Kim Kardashian has taken to Instagram to not only share a snap of the racy look but also to declare that wearing faux fur is a 'new thing.'
The 37-year-old reality star took to the picture-sharing social network to share a sultry snap of herself wearing a faux-fur coat over a revealing look on Friday.
Her new thing: Kim Kardashian took to Instagram to share a sultry snap of herself wearing a faux-fur coat over a revealing look on Friday.
It was posted along with the cheeky caption: 'Faux Fur...it’s my new thing'
This comes just a week after she watched her idol Cher perform in Las Vegas.
The reality star recreated one of Cher's fabulous 1970s outfits, picking out a 1974 costume the singer wore for a production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Of course, this being Kim, she didn't make this an exact replica -swapping the long black pants and skirt for a pair of sheer balloon pants.
But otherwise the look was full-on vintage Cher, with a stomach baring beaded waistline and matching top, which showed off the results of her pre Met Gala cleanse.
And there was another change too - Kim's fur was faux.
Memorable look: Cher wore the outfit to a Los Angeles premiere of a stage production of The Rocky Horror Show
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The star's devoted fans have have been asking her to ditch the fur for years.
And it seems the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star - who was once covered in flour on the red carpet by an animal activist for wearing fur - has finally decided to opt for faux replicates.
Taking to her Snapchat account on Friday night, the 37-year-old beauty uploaded a video of her dressed as her 'style icon' Cher as part of her high school reunion and said: 'Hey guys, these nails only mean I'm here in Vegas to see Cher. I have blue nails, this coat is faux fur. That's my new thing, faux.'
Cher in the house! Kim couldn't help but be excited about watching one of her biggest influences
Her decision to banish animal fur from her wardrobe comes just months after Pamela Anderson - who is a long-time vegan and animal rights activist - sent Kim a coral faux mink coat that she custom-designed for her with Russian manufacturer Only Me and an accompanying letter which begged her to drop fur from her life.
The letter said: 'Happy holidays from France!
'In the spirit of the season, please accept this coral hip-length faux-mink coat, made especially for you by my partners at Only Me Eco Fur in Russia. As we all ponder New Year's resolutions, won't you consider making a meaningful one to stop wearing fur? You'd be setting a trendy, compassionate example ... Kim, I know your young fans would admire you and your brand even more if you dropped fur.'
Cher fan: Kim dressed as the singer with her friend Jonathan Cheban as Sonny at Halloween
The former Baywatch star has also pleaded with their E! reality show's producer Ryan Seacrest to give her a cameo role on the popular series as she'd love to grill the famous family on their fashion choices.
The 50-year-old actress uploaded a photograph of her and Kanye, 40, and accompanied it with the caption: '@kanyewestt_official @yeezyboosts I love the brand -- #yeezy -I want it all ;) I hope no fur? I know Kanye wears fur sometimes. I wish he didn't. .
'So I'm reaching out to Kanye and the whole Kardashian family. We all know each other. And I know the girls and Kris have always looked up to me and appreciate my integrity.
'My goal was never to be famous or to be rich. Just to make a difference in the world - for the voiceless.'