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04.16.2014

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Front Row at Givenchy

Kim Kardashian joined Kanye West to make her first official outing since the birth of her daughter North West.

Amanda Lear

COME TOGETHER: Kanye West has had his share of run-ins with paparazzi lately, but on Sunday, he briefly joined the pack of photographers snapping front-row guests at the Givenchy show.

West lined up with the shutterbugs to take a cellphone picture of his girlfriend Kim Kardashian, making her first official outing since the birth of their daughter North West in June, as she posed alongside CR Fashion Book editor Carine Roitfeld, who styled Kardashian’s outfit — a black dress with sheer panels and python sandals.

The couple rushed backstage to congratulate designer Riccardo Tisci after the show. “It was breathtaking,” Kardashian opined.

Also taking in the evening display were Lily Collins, Noomi Rapace, Isabelle Huppert, Ciara, Rila Fukushima and Natalia Vodianova. Huppert said she will be seen next in “Abus de faiblesse” (“Abuse of Weakness”), French director Catherine Breillat’s movie based on her relationship with con man Christophe Rocancourt.

Rapace was virtually unrecognizable, having dyed her hair blonde for “Child 44,” costarring Tom Hardy. “I do think that people are different to you,” she mused. “If you’re dark, people expect you to be more aggressive maybe, or more kind of strong. I think people see blonde as more soft and kind of more friendly, in a way.”

The Swedish actress revealed she was on board for a sequel to sci-fi flick “Prometheus,” in which she played archaeologist Elizabeth Shaw. “As soon as we have a script and everybody is available, I think we’re going to do a second one,” she said.

Collins was not sure whether there would be a follow-up to “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” released last month. “We’re all in a waiting pattern now. We’re all signed on for the sequel, and they’re taking their time to make sure everything will be done perfectly,” she explained.

The actress will be seen next in “Love, Rosie,” set for release next year. “It’s one of those films that will make you laugh hysterically, but make you cry as well. It’s like ‘Love, Actually,’ ‘Notting Hill’ meets ‘Juno,’” she said.

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