Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in baby clothes spat

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Kim Kardashian has been furiously working on a designer clothing line for kiddies, inspired of course by her big baby, Kanye West.

According to Radar Online, the rapper is encouraging her to rebrand herself as a bona fide fashionista — and what better way to do so than by making skinny jeans for infants?

However, the couple isn’t seeing eye to eye.

“He doesn’t think Kim has good style and he knows that whatever she produces will be a direct reflection on him,” a source says. West apparently threw out most of the clothes in her closet after they met in a massive de-hoochie-fication project.

Kardashian wants mainstream-style clothes for kids, but West says she needs to look to high-end brands like Givenchy for inspiration. Judging from most of the Kanye-approved ensembles she has been wearing lately, her line might just herald the disturbing dawn of toddler decolletage.FeaturesGossipKanye WestKim Kardashian

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