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Kim Kardashian Spotted Wearing $11,000 Leather Jacket With Studs & Hardcore Patches

Kim K. is about to enter the mosh pit.

Kim K. is about to enter the mosh pit.

Now that fashion mag Harper's Bazaar declared metal t-shirts the look of the summer, Kim Kardashian is trying to stay on trend. While the rest of us pay around $20 for our metal tees, Kim likes to wear vintage Metallica t-shirts that go for $2,000. And this week, she was spotted heading to Snapchat headquarters in this gaudy leather jacket with studs and patches like "Kill Your Idols" and "Disclose."

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But the real kicker? According to Fashion Bomb Daily, the jacket goes for $11,000.

The jacket is a one-of-a-kind designed by Enfants Riches Déprimés (French for “Depressed Rich Kids”) and is defined by Complex in a recent feature as an "elitist punk fashion label." Other jackets for sale in their online shop go for $5,000.

Here are some more looks at Kim wearing the jacket:





And here is the original listing image for the jacket:


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Kudos to Kim's stylist for getting her a more metal look and having it rub off on her family too, like Kanye West proudly rocking a Megadeth t-shirt (and ridiculously gaudy metal sweatpants), as well as Kendall Jenner photographed wearing not just a Megadeth shirt but a Slayer t-shirt as well. Noisey has officially declared Kim punk as fuck.

Update: A reader sent us this screenshot of the designer Enfants Riches Déprimés responding to the band Kill Your Idols for lambasting him for including their patch on his overpriced jacket:

kill your idols punk police

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