Julia Fox is addressing rumors that she’s copying Kim Kardashian’s style. 

The Uncut Gems star, who began dating the artist formerly known as Kanye West last month, took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a Page Six headline. The piece implied Fox was channeling Kim by wearing a “blue chest mold,” but Fox clarified that she wore the fit long ago. A screenshot of her IG Stories post, via HotNewHipHop, can be viewed below.

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Image via Instagram/Julia Fox

“FYI I wore this on Halloween 2021 and I was supposed to be a slutty Smurf,” she wrote. “I forgot to post it.”

Kim Kardashian wore a string of chest molds for her KKW Fragrance Opals collection campaign in November, the outlet notes, and Fox made sure to clarify she’s not following in anyone’s sartorial footsteps.

While the upload has since been deleted, Fox also used the app to share a message from a follower, which read that Fox is “living proof for us ‘poor [sex worker] unsuitable ladies’ doing her for most of her life, knowing/focused on goals/dreams, coming out with her truth, speaking it loudly, and finally now her talents are widely accepted and worshipped in the ‘normal baseline’ realm.”

Julia Fox IG Stories Screenshot
Image via Instagram/Julia Fox

“Doing and feeling everything she was not supposed to, paved her way to be a proud recipient of the world’s rewards now,” they shared.

Just in case you haven’t been keeping up with JuliYe—the nickname Fox gave to her relationship with Yeezy—we’ve compiled a rundown of their relationship timeline, from the start of the year to Paris Men’s Fashion Week. You can check it out here

During a recent episode of her Forbidden Fruits podcast, Fox opened up about dating Ye and spoke on claims that she’s only with him for “clout.”

“It’s funny cause I’m getting all of this attention, but I really couldn’t care,” Fox said. “People are like, ‘Oh, you’re only in it for the fame, you’re in it for the clout, you’re in it for the money.’ Honey, I’ve dated billionaires my entire adult life, let’s keep it real.”