Kim Kardashian Looks Sexy in Black Leather Outfit in Paris: See the Picture!
Ooh la la! Kim Kardashian looked tres chic in Paris on Monday, Jan. 20, wearing a head-to-toe black leather look.
The reality TV star, 33, braved the Parisian chill in black studded sandals by Tom Ford and bared her legs in a black leather pencil skirt by Givenchy. Up top, Kanye West's fiancee wore a black, Alexander Wang jersey T-shirt tucked neatly into her skirt, all below a long, belted leather Celine coat lined in fur.
With her ombre brunette and blonde locks looking noticeably lighter, the mother of 7-month-old North West looked flawless with simple makeup and nude lipstick as she went on a high-end shopping excursion in the City of Lights.
With her ombre brunette and blonde locks looking noticeably lighter, the mother of 7-month-old North West looked flawless with simple makeup and nude lipstick as she went on a high-end shopping excursion in the City of Lights. The star's hairstylist George Papanikolas told Us Weekly back in September, after Kardashian first debuted her caramel-colored locks, that the two went through pictures together to find inspiration: "We were able to come to an agreement of a blonde that is realistic considering her natural hair color, and would be the most flattering to her skin tone," he said.
While West was busy debuting his second capsule collection for A.P.C. on Saturday for Paris Fashion Week, he was able to spend some quality time with his future wife for the remainder of the weekend -- specifically, wedding planning. A source tells Us Weekly that the A-list duo, who plan to tie the knot this summer, have been scouting potential venues during their latest overseas excursion in Paris.
On Saturday night, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians standout shared a Keek video from Versailles Palace and later memorialized the romantic yet spooky moment via Instagram on Monday: "Versailles after dark," she wrote in the snapshot of her silhouette stood beside West's shadow, both standing in front of the grand palatial structure where Marie Antoinette once resided.