Kanye West, Kim Kardashian
Reality-TV star Kim Kardashian and her husband, rapper Kanye West, take in Lanvin's Paris Fashion Week runway show. Reuters

Over the past few months, Kim Kardashian has made daughter North West a mini-fashion icon, dressing her in similar outfits so the two match. While adorable, the reality-TV star may have taken things a bit too far Sunday evening after dressing North in a sheer outfit that matched Kardashian’s Givenchy lace jumpsuit as they headed to the Givenchy show in Paris for Fashion Week. Like her mother, North wore a sheer black dress with lace design, causing fans to wonder if it was too mature of an outfit for the toddler.

Kardashian attended the show with husband, Kanye West, and her sister Kendall Jenner was on of the featured models walking the catwalk for Givenchy. It seems Jenner had a change of heart after telling The Cut -- New York Magazine's fashion blog -- earlier this month that she didn't want her older sister attending her fashion show events.

During New York Fashion Week, Kardashian was invited to a number of shows by top designers but didn't attend any that Jenner walked in. “Kim was invited to a lot of the shows that I was in,” Jenner told The Cut. “She called me before and was like, ‘Hey, I was invited to the show, I just wanted to let you know. Do you want me to come?’ and I was like, ‘No.’”

It doesn't seem that the two are unfriendly terms, but rather that Jenner didn't want her older sister to steal her spotlight. The reality star spoke about how being affiliated with her family and their E! show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” has hurt her fashion modeling career.

“I was like, ‘You know what? I want to be high fashion. I want to be taken seriously … People think that this [success] just came to me. But it didn’t. What I have has almost worked against me. I had to work even harder to get where I wanted because people didn’t take me seriously as a model. Because of the TV show. I went on castings and some people weren’t feeling me because of my name. But it was great when people didn’t recognize me. I was like, ‘Thank you. Please don’t recognize me.’”