Kim Kardashian has been caught out copying some of Naomi Campbell's most iconic looks.
On at least four occasions, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has stepped out in eye-catching ensembles that may have left people with a vague sense of deja vu.
And that's because they've probably seen Naomi Campbell wearing them already.
Back in 1996, the supermodel was pictured walking the catwalk in a satin Versace gown.
The lace-trimmed dress features a high split right to the hip and is made up of blue, purple and yellow material.
Naomi wore the dress as she modelled the Gianni Versace fall 1996 ready-to-wear line on the runway.
Kim was seen in the very same dress as she made a pit stop with husband Kanye West after Chance The Rapper's wedding on March 9.
Just a few days before that, Kim shared a snap of herself in Paris wearing a very daring outfit.
She donned a see-through bodysuit, decorated with a leopard print design and featuring in-built knickers and a bra to maintain her modesty.
Kim paired the revealing outfit with heels and a black beret, and showed it off as she posed up in her hotel bathroom, making sure her famous bum was visible in the mirror behind her.
Naomi wore an almost identical outfit in 1991.
She was pictured in the black lace garment as she modelled the Fall Winter 1991-92 Azzedine Alaia ready to wear line.
Naomi's outfit is slightly different to Kim's, but appears to have definitely been the inspiration behind it.
In December 2018, Kim headed to the opening night of The Cher Show on Broadway, in New York, in a stunning silver floor-length gown.
And you guessed it, that same silver gown was worn by Naomi in 2015.
The model donned the dress for the Fragrance Foundation Awards at the Lincoln Centre in New York.
Finally, Kim was pictured, again in December 2018, attending a Versace fall fashion show in an eye-catching dress.
The thigh-skimming purple number featured a swooping cowl neckline that showed off her ample assets.
Naomi was snapped in a very similar dress, although in more of a pink colour, way back in 1997.
But of course, the question is, who wore it best?