Is The “Kimye” Shoe Line Really Coming

Kanye West And Kim Kardashian Attend “Fela!” On Broadway

In another glowing example that the relationship between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West is going to last far longer than some of your hating friends think, there’s talk of “Kimye” entering business together.

The New York Daily News reports that the two have been chatting with Salma Hayek’s husband about their desire to design a shoe line.

Here are the details:

KIM KARDASHIAN and Kanye West made quite the hike for a meeting with Salma Hayek’s hubby Francois-Henri Pinault. The close-knit couple were spotted lunching with the chairman of the board and CEO of PPR at the swanky Eastern Yacht Club in Marblehead, Mass., Wednesday. They are reportedly interested in designing a shoe line together, hence the meeting with Pinault. The reason Pinault is in the U.S. yachting capital, however, is because his wife is filming “Grown Ups 2” with Adam Sandler in the Marblehead and Swampscott area. Locals tell us filming started in spring, and while the production hoped to wrap in August, work got pushed back to September. Sandler is renting a private home with his family on the “Neck,” a peninsula that extends into Massachusetts Bay.

Then In Touch Weekly came and ruined the fun:

"Kim isn’t doing any designing with Kanye. She doesn’t even know where that story got started,” a source reveals. “Kim has licensing deals in place for shoes and fashion and she needs to honor them first.”

Rumors of a business partnership between Kim, 31, and Kanye, 35, began last week after media outlets claimed that the duo was spotted having lunch with Francois-Henri Pinault — who owns Louis Vuitton — in hopes to negotiate a potential footwear line.

Fine, Kimye for your feet isn’t coming, but I stand by my those two are made for each other and will last for a long while stance.

In fact, these are things I know to be true:

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian will ultimately wed and have lots and lots of babies. Likely stuck up babies who will have parents that try their damndest to compete with Suri Cruise. And lose.

During this time, they will film and film as much footage of their time together as humanly possible for their reality shows and Web documentaries.

And eventually they will design some stuff that people will buy because their famous.

Consider yourself warned, ya dig?

— Michael Arceneaux

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