Kim Kardashian put her womanly curves on full display as she stepped out on Monday night in Australia.The reality TV star, who recently shocked the world with a racy shoot for Paper magazine, wore a skintight pink PVC dress that emphasized her famous assets.
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Kim Kardashian wowed in the skintight number
It's not the first time Kim has worn the dress – in September, she visited Australia for husband Kanye's tour wearing the same creation in black, uploading a selfie of the latex number to her Instagram account. Kim also attended the GQ Awards in London in August wearing the bodice version of the dress underneath a sheer, chainmail long skirt.
It's not the first time the star had worn the dress
Earlier in the day, Kim opened up about her controversial new photoshoot on Australian TV. "I'm not saying anyone else should do it but I looked at it as an art project for me, something that would make me feel confident and make me feel good and it taught me to do what you want to do," she said. "Everyone should do what they're comfortable with," Kim continued, before adding: "I'm never one to preach, but I felt really positive and good about myself, I love the photos, I did it for me, but I hope other people like them."
Kim opened up about her controversial photoshoot
The cover was based on a 1980s shot taken by photographer Jean-Paul Goude, recreated by Kim and Jean-Paul for the December issue. "[Jean-Marc] photographs everyone nude, that's his thing, I was so honoured and excited to work with him because he's legendary and for me, I knew it was something I wanted to do to feel confident," Kim revealed. At one point, host Rove McManus asked Kim to teach him how to balance the glass on his bottom, but Kim joked it wasn't big enough. "My back hurt for about a week after that shoot", Kim admitted to The Project, an Australian talk show. She added: "[Jean-Paul] has an art of posing you and it was definitely not comfortable and things were falling all over the place! The 33-year-old mother-of-one was in the country to promote her new fragrance, Fleur Fatale.