Kylie Jenner Paired Her Latex Lingerie With the Prettiest Cinderella Coat—PHOTOS
25.01.2023 - 18:35
, Kylie Jenner decided to pull off a fresh take on Cinderella’s signature look, with a stunning billowy dress coat and glass slippers.The model made an appearance at the Maison Margiela spring-summer 2023 haute couture show in a sheer scene-stealing puff powder blue coat, all tulle, satin sleeves, and ruffles. So far, so Cinderella.
But then, of course, there was the Kylie spin: Underneath, she wore a pair of high-waisted white latex briefs and a matching bustier-style pointy-cupped bra, revealing the look on Instagram with a behind-the-scenes slideshow of images as she got ready for the event with the caption, “get dressed w meeeee @maisonmargi”She finished the look with a tiny lilac bejeweled bag and silver heels. Her beauty look was kept natural, with a gorgeous dewy bronze glow, full, glossy lips, and well-groomed brows.
Her hair was pulled back into a low ponytail (clever—she let her dress-coat to do all the talking).While we may have been led to believe Jenner wore nothing but latex lingerie under her coat, the star did actually step out in a light blue slip for the fashion show, posting more images on Instagram of the final look, including close-ups of her sparkly shoes and embellished bag, writing “gorgeous show love you guysssss.”Just hours before touching down in Paris, Kylie took to Instagram to ahead of his first birthday, posting a carousel of adorable photos with the caption simply, “AIRE.” Her and Travis Scott’s second child was initially named Wolf Jacques, but the star revealed last year in a statement on her Stories that his name had been changed because, “We just really didn't feel like it was him.”Fans were quick to coo over the images and one . "Do you think it's pronounced air or airey?” Kylie
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