The Aussie swimwear brand Kim Kardashian loves

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Keeping Up With The Kardashians is back for its 20th and final season and an Aussie brand has made it into the first episode.

Ark Swimwear, which was established on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, got a look in while Kim was lounging by the pool in an orange skirt and their Rust Triangle Bikini Top.

Kim Kardashian wearing Ark Swimwear
Kim Kardashian wore one of Ark Swimwear's bikinis on the debut epsiode of KUWTK season 20. Photo: E!
model wearing Ark Swimwear rust bikini
This is the $60 rust triangle top Kim wore. Photo: Ark Swimwear

The simple design is a classic triangle with super thin straps designed to minimise tan lines, and it retails for just $60. The matching bottoms come in three different styles and are also $60 each.

The brand’s minimalist style has proven popular with Kim in the past, and she’s also worn the same bikini top in black, as well as their bandeau-style Leopard Crop Top bikini and High Cut bottoms, both $60.

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Emily Ratajkowski, Nina Dobrev and Lea Michelle have also all been seen wearing the label, which is all about simple swimwear done well, on Instagram.

Kim Kardashian wearing leopard print Ark Swimwear bikini at the gym
Kim has previously worn Ark Swimwear's Leopard Crop Top bikini and high cut bottoms, both $60. Photo: Instagram/Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian wearing black Ark Swimwear bikini
The mum-of-four has also worn this triangle top in black. Photo: Instagram/Kim Kardashian

Another Aussie swimwear brand loved by the Kardashian-Jenner clan is Sommer Swim, which recently enjoyed a massive sales boost after Kourtney wore their $89 Xena halter neck bikini top and $79 Naomi tie side bikini bottoms on Instagram.

They immediately sold out and had over 500 requests for the bikini in the two days after Kourtney’s post, with founder Anna-Maria Sommer telling Yahoo Lifestyle she’s “truly flattered” when major stars sport her designs.

Kendall Jenner has previously worn the same bikini but in a different print, although it looked slightly different as the Sommer Swim top can be worn in a few ways; tied as a traditional halterneck, as a cross cross halter, or closed across your chest in the upside down bikini style as Kendall did.

Kourtney Kardashian (left) and Kendall Jenner (right) wearing Aussie label Sommer Swim. Photo: Instagram/Kourtney Kardashian and Instagram/Kendall Jenner
Kourtney Kardashian (left) and Kendall Jenner (right) wearing Aussie label Sommer Swim. Photo: Instagram/Kourtney Kardashian and Instagram/Kendall Jenner

Both Kendall and Kourtney’s bikinis retail for $89 for the top and $79 for the bottoms, and are only recently back in stock.

While they were unavailable, a copycat design by Shein popped up offering an almost identical two-piece to the one Kendall wore but for just $15.

Although everyone wants to see what drama preceded Kim and Kanye’s divorce announcement, the farewell season of KUWTK opened on the decidedly tamer subject of Kim’s law studies before going into Khloe’s IVF journey with her ex Tristan Thompson, and delving into Scott’s troubled relationship with Sofia Richie.

You can watch the final season in Australia through E! on Foxtel or Fetch, or via Hayu.

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