Kylie Jenner Paired Completely Sheer Jean Paul Gautier Dress With a Visible Girdle

The Met Gala might be over, but celebs who reside in the faraway land of Los Angeles are sticking around to enjoy the Big Apple (or at least do some business there). Kylie Jenner and her daughter, Stormi Webster, were seen leaving the Ritz-Carlton on Tuesday, May 2, on their way to the Jean Paul Gaultier x The Webster launch of the ready-to-wear Flowers Collection, per Daily Mail. No word on whether her rumoured boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet, was waiting in the wings….

Despite the abnormally chilly day in NYC, Kylie and Stormi dressed in fun spring colours with slightly coordinated looks. Kylie wore a sheer, pale pink long-sleeve body-con dress (by Jean Paul Gautier, obvi), which she layered over nude undergarments, including a ribbed girdle.

The 25-year-old completed the look with satin pointed-toe heels and a red box clutch.


Jenner emphasised the romance of the dress with her makeup, particularly her bubblegum-pink cheeks, which gave a cherub effect. Her hair was swept up in a pearlescent claw clip and parted to the side, with a heavy side bang framing her face.

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Jenner also shared the look on her Instagram grid with the caption, “She’s a jpg girl,” referring to her new collaboration with the brand.

Kylie Jenner has been something of a JPG muse for a few months now. Her Met Gala look—a red and blue number with a jacket built into the train—was by the designer, and last month she wore a lime green vintage dress for a KarJenner Easter celebration, which she also posted on her IG grid.

This story was originally published by GLAMOUR (US).


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