Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Kimye stun at Givenchy

Published 30/09/2013

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West stayed true to their stylish couple status at Paris Fashion Week yesterday.

The new parents jetted out to the French capital to make their first formal public appearance since welcoming their daughter North in June.

Showing off her shrinking figure at the Spring/Summer 14 Givenchy presentation Kim wore a black, figure-hugging maxi skirt with a sheer long-sleeved top. Givenchy's designer Riccardo Tisci created the ensemble for the reality star at the last minute and Kim showed her appreciation on Twitter.

"Thank you Ricky for making this for me the day before the show. I die for you. #Givenchy4lifebaby ???? (sic)" she wrote.

Her rapper boyfriend, sticking to the colour-theme, looked suave in a pair of shiny black trousers and a matching shirt which he completed with a long overcoat and his iconic chain around his neck.

They joined the likes on actresses Noomi Rapace and Lily Collins on the front row of the event. Noomi looked colourful in a floral jumpsuit while Lily kept things more casual in a oversized jumper dress with Disney's Bambi on the front.

Another star who made an appearance in Paris over the weekend was Pamela Anderson. The blonde actress looked picture perfect in a orange, yellow and black oriental print dress at the Vivienne Westwood show.

Pamela also revealed she was involved with the designer's Climate Revolution initiative and hinted at a collaboration between the pair.

"You never know. Sometimes she throws me in pictures when I am around," she mused to WWD.

British beauty Gemma Arterton went for a Parisian-inspired outfit in a navy top paired with white striped shorts at the Chloé show, where she sat alongside Cartier CEO Bernard Fornas and American socialite Olivia Palermo.

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