KFC made a memorial honoring Kimye's recent visit to its Paris restaurant

The power couple stopped in for some chicken and got a tribute in return

Published On
Feb 21, 2020

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On Wednesday in Paris, France, Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, aka Kimye, stopped into a local KFC to order from the restaurant’s digital kiosk.

The fried chicken chain and its French agency Sid Lee got wind of their visit when it was shared on social media, so they decided to memorialize the moment. 

The agency tweeted to the couple a customized bucket, which featured a lyric from West’s “Touch the Sky” song: “Me and my girl split the buffet at KFC.” (The tune was also featured in Sid Lee’s earlier KFC campaign, the “Bucket Bangers" Spotify playlist, which compiled popular tunes that gave shout-outs to the fast feeder).

To honor their visit for posterity, Sid Lee then went on to create a commemorative plaque affixed to that Paris kiosk, noting how it was touched by the hands of Kimye.


Feb 21, 2020
Client :
KFC (France)
Client :
Agency :
Sid Lee-Paris
Chairman - Executive Creative Director :
Sylvain Thirache
President :
Johan Delpuech
Creative Director :
Clement Mornet-Landa
Creative Director :
Celine Mornet-Landa
Managing Director :
Mehdi Benali
Art Director :
Jessy Kikabou
Copywriter :
Julien Sens
Copywriter :
Max Harrington
Group Account :
Heloise Marchal
Senior Account :
Camille Caucat
Account Executive :
Yoann Deminiac
Head of Social Media :
Alexandre Ponte
Head of Production :
Thomas Laget
Producer :
Julia Bakola
Producer :
Lisa Beck

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