It's New York Fashion Week, and thus the big-name celebrities in attendance are pulling out all the style stops…including Kim Kardashian.
The reality star made sure to represent her No. 1 designer upon making her first appearance at the big event, donning none other than Kanye West and his upcoming collection, Yeezy Season 2.
Kim was photographed wearing a beige Givenchy peplum skirt with a pair of super sexy thigh-high boots of the same hue
She also took to Instagram to share a couple snaps of the look. A post that features the full ensemble reads, "TONIGHT- GIVENCHY X YEEZY."
A second close-up of the outfit focuses on the monochromatic boots with the caption "SNEAK PEEK- YEEZY SEASON2." This of course can only mean that the chic shoes are part of upcoming collection.
The boots feature an open toe and an open heel, made from suede and maintaining the same tan/beige coloring ‘Ye gravitated towards in his last collection.
Kim's preview may only be just that…or it may be a hint that the rapper is planning to give a surprise presentation at some point during NYFW.
In fact, a source told PageSix the rapper plans to debut his new collection on Wednesday, Sept. 16, adding that it's a "follow-up" to the last season (his first collection), which he debuted at NYFW in February to lukewarm response.
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The first show featured models—including Kylie Jenner—wearing nude-colored body suits, stockings, distressed jackets and oversized hoodies. Though the show was very modern and provided for some good entertainment, it did not prevent critics from ridiculing the line.
Refinery29 reviewed the show and applauded the theatrics…but the clothes? Not so much:
"In terms of the collection itself, things weren't as revolutionary—or 'pavement-cracking'—as promised. It was a lineup of oversized jackets, sweatshirts, sweaters, and leggings, interspersed with Vanessa Beecroft-esque nude-colored underwear. A camo parka that Kim Kardashian also wore was a highlight, and we thought the oversized backpack was a clever accessory that'll probably make it into a healthy stack of editorials."
As for the upcoming Yeezy Season 2 collection, models told Complex magazine that we can expect "much more clothes" and "way more shoes," maintaining the same logo-less, Kanye-like branding.
Is that a good thing? We're not sure, but we still can't wait to check it out!