She’s one hot mom.
Kourtney Kardashian showed off her growing baby belly in the first image for her second collection with Boohoo on Monday, adding to her long list of bump-baring looks with a crop top that put her tummy on full display.
The “Kardashians” star, 44, shared a teaser photo for the forthcoming collection on Instagram, captioning the sexy snap, “Boohoo by Kourtney Kardashian Barker 🖤 launching September 28.”
In the photo, the fourth-time mom-to-be — who announced her pregnancy at one of husband Travis Barker’s Blink-182 concerts in June — leans against a chair covered in scraps of denim as she wears a tan trench coat worn open over a cropped white graphic tee with her husband’s band name on it.
Her baby bump is front and center in the pic, hanging over what appears to be a tan miniskirt with the waist unbuttoned and folded down to accommodate her belly.
Kardashian — who serves as a sustainability ambassador for the brand — wears a pair of black fishnet tights and knee high boots in the teaser, accessorizing with a simple silver chain and wearing her hair in messy waves.
She released her first capsule collection with Boohoo last September — along with an accompanying disastrous fashion show — and, like her first foray into fast fashion, fans had mixed responses to Monday’s announcement.
Some praised her bold maternity style, like one Instagram user, who wrote, “One thing about kourtney she’s gonna SLAY her maternity shoot 😂🙌❤️.”
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“clear example of ‘nothing is impossible’ look at her 45 and rocking a bump 😢👏😍😍😍,” another added, while a third fan wrote, “You were already the hottest kardashian and then you went and did this 🔥🔥🔥.”
However, others questioned the sustainability of the fast fashion line.
“She won’t use plastic but just launched a line with a fast fashion brand??? Lol ok,” one Instagram follower wrote, while another added, “girl, do better. You are having a new born and don’t care about the environment’s future for your child.”
“The absolute opposite of sustainability which I thought was your whole deal” an Instagram user chimed in.
According to a press release from the brand last year, the reality star signed on to help create “two capsule collections that have been created in tandem with a journey of investigation into opportunities for creating a more sustainable fashion future.”
After receiving plenty of backlash for supporting fast fashion last year, the Lemme founder wrote on Instagram that she wanted to help change the industry, noting that she “thought about how pushing Boohoo to make some initial changes and then holding them accountable to larger change would be impactful.”
“It’s definitely making some noise which is exactly what I was hoping for,” she added. “I certainly don’t have all the answers, but for someone who has done a fast fashion line collaboration in the past, which didn’t get backlash because I was not calling attention to trying to make better changes, I feel proud about doing it with intention and purpose.”
Stay tuned for the full collection (and more bump-baring looks) when Kourtney’s line drops on Thursday.