Kardashians Take Miami for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim

We all know how much the Kardashians love Miami, what with sisters Khloe and Kourtney's reality show, Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, their first DASH store outside of California in -- where else, SoBe -- and Kim serving as de facto celebrity host at local events.

But now the Kardashian sisters have quite possibly one-upped themselves. They're collaborating on a swimwear line that's showing at this year's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim. But notice anything strange about the above ad?


The ad campaign got a little controversy from the Huffington Post recently

when some of the images were leaked. We noticed that Khloe (who normally stands

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tall at 5'10") appears to be the same size as her much shorter sisters

Kim (5'2") and Kourtney (5'0"). That's quite the height adjustment.

Each sister initially came up with two styles for Beach Bunny Swimwear

that match each girl's body type and personality. Dubbed "Kardashians for

Beach Bunny Swimwear," Kim's bikinis feature gold hardware and tie-side

bottoms, Khloe incorporates animal prints in her designs, and

Kourtney's suits have extra support on top -- no doubt because she is a

new mom.

A larger collection with five styles per sister will be officially

released in November, with each suit retailing under $175, i.e. they're not cheap. But the suits will make their runway debut in Miami during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week

Swim at the Beach Bunny Swimwear show on Friday, July 16. The show will be at 7 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel's "Cabana Grande" tent, but unfortunately for you, it's not open to the public. Kim, Khloe, and

Kourtney will all be in the Magic City that week, though, so keep your eyes

peeled for some Kardashian sightings in the surrounding SoBe streets.


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