Kim-K Leads The FROW At Givenchy In Sheer Lace

The Givenchy front row was an incredibly star-studded affair. And, of course, Kim Kardashian completely stole the spotlight, thanks to her most daring maternity look yet. 

Kim arrived to New York’s lavish catwalk event with her husband Kanye West on her arm, wearing a custom-altered black lace gown courtesy of Givenchy’s SS16 collection. 




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The mum-to-be showcased her six-month-old baby bump in a sheer lace maxi dress. To accompany her look, the reality star chose tiny black shorts and a pair of thigh-high black leather boots, accessorising with a string of beads around her neck.

If there’s one thing we love about Kim-K, it’s that she’s not afriad to take a fashion risk. 

Kim’s famous raven locks were slicked back into a centre-parted bun, and her face was – naturally – contoured to perfection.


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Kim captioned her Instagram snap: “Casual stroll with the princess #NYFW”

 

Earlier that day, Kim Kardashian had taken to Instagram to share a glimpse at her time in New York, taking little North West out for a spin in her buggie, complete with the most adorable princess shoes. North missed out on this year’s show, after making her FROW debut with Givenchy during a past season. 

Taking pride of place on the front row, Kim and Kanye watched as Kendall Jenner lead the way on the runway. 



 

Also sitting frow-side was Julia Roberts, who kept it sleek in an all-black ensemble of tailored black trousers, a t-shirt emblazoned with Riccardo Tisci’s portrait, and a stunning black blazer. The Hollywood actress left her blonde locks loose, framing her face, as she entered the show space with a smile. 



 

Margot Robbie sat alongside Vogue’s Editor In Chief Anna Wintour, looking demure in a white two piece suit.

Liv Tyler, Nicki Minaj and Amanda Seyfried were also amongst the famous faces who turned up to watch the unveiling of Givenchy’s latest designs, which included womenswear, menswear and couture.