Kim Kardashian was a vision in a fitted leather dress by Balenciaga with their signature glove detail. The reality star, 41, stunned as she posed on the blue carpet at the 11th annual LACMA Art + Film Gala presented by Gucci on Nov. 5 in Los Angeles. The dress ended in a dramatic train that added to the evening vibe of the ensemble, and she kept the rest of the look simple with just a pointy shoe. She opted for a beachy wave through her blonde dyed hair, keeping her makeup bold in neutral tones with long lashes and a defined lip.
The appearance marks Kim’s first carpet back on the west coast after a brief trip to New York for an unidentified reason. However, earlier this week she shared highlights of her mother Kris Jenner67th birthday via social media. The theme of the soiree was “You’ve Been Kriss’d” – meaning all the attendees came dressed in their best past Kris fashion looks! Kim chose her mother’s emerald green sequin dress with a white collar and bow tie from the family’s epic 2011 Christmas card. “Does this one look familiar guys? From our Christmas card 10 years ago?” said the SKKN By Kim founder over a selfie-filmed video while also showing off her short black wig to mimic her ‘momager’s’ style.
Kim has been sporting and working with designer Balenciaga almost non-stop since the summer of 2021 Damn on a range of looks that are both sleek and sexy, but also sporty inspired. The Hulu star has also appeared in two campaigns for the luxury label, including one shot at her Hidden Hills home. Especially ex-husband Kanye West had a long-standing creative relationship with Demna—however, Balenciaga was one of the many brands that dropped the Chicago native after he made offensive anti-Semitic comments on social media.
Kim was joined by her sister Kendall Jenner, 27, stunned on the carpet in a sheer black number. The two sisters recently helped design their own handbag collection with Judith Leiber Couture alongside Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.
The annual LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Art + Film Gala aims to raise money to help support the organization’s efforts to incorporate film into their programming. This year’s event, chaired by Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCapriohonored filmmaker Park Chan-wook and artist Helen Pashgian.