Kim Kardashian West

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She's at it again!

Kim Kardashian is wearing skin-tight latex again, that is, but this time with her burgeoning bump on display! The curve-hugging look seems to be another creation from her latex designer of choice, Atsuko Kudo, who's made salmon pink and black latex get-ups for the reality star before (Kim even had a matchy-matchy moment in one second-skin number with singer Rita Ora).

The expectant actress, who attended the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City last night with hubby Kanye West, is currently in Nashville for the Hype Energy Drinks U.S. launch party (and, well, that dress—what a way to launch). ICYMI: Kim's big baby number two news was revealed earlier this week in the supertease following the Keeping Up With the Kardashians' mid-season finale.

"We've known so early on. It was really hard and we wanted to make sure everything goes right first," the glowing mama-of-two-to-be told E! News on the CFDA red carpet, adding that she and Kanye have already let daughter North West know that she's going to be a big sister! But the star admitted that Nori "doesn't understand yet."

Kim Kardashian West

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This latest look—along with her see-through Proenza Schouler midi from last night—marks the beginning of what we're sure will be an epic second pregnancy style run for Kim. (And we wouldn't be surprised to see her in latex again: In the realm of "fetish fabric" dresses, Kudo seems to have found her muse.)

"I loved latex from when I was studying fashion in Tokyo. I found it in a sex shop there and loved it so much I had to move to London to find a way to work with it," the designer told E! News exclusively in February.  "It's shiny, glossy and feels like a second skin."

Kim may be the perfect model for the material, although other celebs are super-fans of the fabric too, including Beyoncé, Kate Moss and Madonna.

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