No maternity-wear needed!

She announced her pregnancy on Sunday – but clearly Kim Kardashian has no intentions of covering up just because she’s expecting her second child.

The 33-year-old appeared on the red carpet last night alongside her husband of a year, Kanye West, at the CFDA Fashion Awards in Manhattan. For the occasion she wore a custom-made see-through creation by New York-based label, Proenza Schouler.

And while it is thought that the reality TV star is due on a date in December, she certainly wasn’t showing any hint of a baby bump just yet.

Styled by Jenke Ahmed Tailly, who is well-known for also styling Beyonce, Ms Kardashian evidently was delighted with the look too.

“I seriously can't thank you enough for this amazing dress!” she said on Instagram, directing her appreciation towards the designers.

However, the reaction from her fans was less enthusiastic.

“Sorry but this is awful,” one commented. “Don't like it,” another said bluntly. “Sorry. This dress is NOT amazing. Very ugly,” said a third individual. Someone else simply declared: “Normally like your style… But this is not a good look.”

Still, the CFDA Fashion Awards – which aims to honour the best and the brightest in American fashion – certainly encourages a more daring look: last year Rihanna turned up in a figure-hugging dress that exposed her breasts. 


Heading to the @CFDA's tonight #ProenzaSchouler

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