Kim K Debuts The Newest Version Of The Naked Dress

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Whatever you thought about that now-infamous Paper mag shoot, you probably didn't expect Kim Kardashian to top it anytime soon. But, we think she just came pretty close.
In an appearance last night in Melbourne to promote her new fragrance, Fleur Fatale, Kim Kardashian stepped out in maybe her most daring outfit yet: this blush-pink latex dress. Like much of Kim's wardrobe, it's cleavage-baring, form-fitting, and pencil-skirted — not dissimilar to the star's usual go-to silhouettes. But, the latex — usually reserved for prophylactics and dedicated Comic Con-goers — made Carrie's naked dress look like a muumuu.
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The dress was made by Atsuko Kudo, a British company specializing in "Couture Latex Design." At about $400, it's at least more affordable than Kim's usual wardrobe of Givenchy and Lanvin.
She's not usually known for her restraint, but we'd like to commend Kim for choosing not to accessorize with Atsuko Kudo's recommended pairings: a beret, driving gloves, and knee-high socks (yes, all latex). After all, a dress made of latex is one thing. Wear the stuff head to toe, and you're veering dangerously close to American Horror Story's haunted-gimp-suit territory.

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