Kim Kardashian takes the plunge to new levels as she goes shirtless in surprising suit combination

There’s low cut and then there’s Kim Kardashian.

The reality tv queen (37) prefers tight fits, latex dresses and anything figure hugging to show off her world famous physique; mixing high fashion with low necklines.

But she did away with necklines altogether on Saturday night as she joined her mother Kris Jenner for the annual 2017 LACMA Art + Film Gala, paying fitting tribute to honoree Tom Ford in a vintage Tom Ford for Gucci suit.

But this is Kim K we’re talking about – what’s a classic suit without an unexpected twist? The KUWTK star shunned a top underneath, leaving the focus entirely on Ford’s original design. Jenner, also opted for an all-black piece by the man of the hour, albeit, wearing both a bra and shirt.

Kardashian, who has two children with husband Kanye West, is expecting her third child via surrogate, and is believed to welcoming the new arrival in January, only confirming the news to Jennifer Lawrence on Thursday night when she appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which the actress was guest hosting.

The Oscar-winner asked: “How did you pick your surrogate and why didn’t you ask me? Was I even in the conversation?”

To which Kim replied, “I will if I do it again.”

Considering momager Kris managed to keep all of her daughters’ baby news under wraps (Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are both rumoured to be expecting too) during a recent appearance on Ellen, this was no easy feat.

Back to the LACMA event: fashion’s elite stole the show from other honoree George Lucas, including new mother Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who welcomed her first child with fiancé Jason Statham in June.

The British beauty made a rare red carpet appearance in a blue gown with draping detail by Gucci, sticking to her signature natural makeup look.

Expectant mother Behati Prinsloo beamed in a silk green mini-dress, while legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell bucked the trend in an asymmetric yellow gown by Atelier Versace.