Kim Kardashian Took On Two Major Autumn Trends And Won...

Kim Kardashian Took On Two Major Autumn Trends And Won...

Could this be one of Kim Kardashian's coolest looks to date? It's definitely up there

Forget the models on the catwalk, this Paris Fashion Week has been all about Kim Kardashian and her sometimes questionable but always headline-grabbing FROW ensembles.

Over the past few days since she arrived at the French capital, she's treated us to an array of flesh flashing looks that would make even the most seasoned of show-goers fidget in their seat.

We've seen her sport a sheer lace jumpsuit with nothing but a body underneath to save her modesty and rock a blazer with a micro feather skirt, strappy heels and little else. However, her latest fashion week attire took a turn for the chic, with Kim covering up almost all of her curves. Say what?

We clocked the 33-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian's starlet exiting her Parisian hotel to attend a star-studded luncheon rocking a look that ticked off two of AW14's biggest trends in one sleek swoop. 

Fringing was one of the hottest textures on the autumn/winter runway circuit and it looks like Kim has taken note. She's got in on the action with Roberto Cavalli's leather fringe-hem skirt complete with ornate stud work.

Thinking of emulating Kim's skirt choice? A word of caution; Kim's actual skirt will set you back an eye-watering £5110. We think we'd rather have a roof over our heads for the next few months, thank you very much... 

The second trend Kim nailed on the head was the sleeveless coat, and we LOVE her luxe velvet number. Set to be one of the coolest cover-up trends of the season, you'll definitely want take a leaf out of Kim's book and snap one up, pronto. 

Yes, she may have showed off her undergarments with her sheer roll-neck, but we reckon this (mainly) covered up look is one of Kim's hottest to date. Proof that when you've got some serious curves, less can sometimes be so much more. 

Keep up the good work, KK... 

By Maxine Eggenberger

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