Kylie Jenner walked the red carpet at Monday’s CFDA Awards in New York looking every inch the makeup mogul and reality TV icon that she is! The mother of two, 25, slayed in a sheer, one-shoulder look that draped over her left shoulder. On her right arm, she wore one long sleeve for sexy, asymmetrical appeal. A separate black velvet skirt dipped past her navel, with a long, open slit showing off her mile high legs. Kylie finished off her look with an updo complemented by wet curls styled on her forehead, a dramatic white manicure and glossy, glossy red lips.
Her jewelry included jeweled earrings and rings, and she left her décolletage bare for a stunning profile. Finally, she rocked black stiletto pumps for a fully glamorous entrance. Kylie attended the event with mom Kris Jenner (fresh off celebrating her 67th birthday,) and sisters Kim Kardashian42, Khloe Kardashian38, and Kendall Jenner, 27. All rocked devastatingly fashionable looks, with Kim wearing a flowy black strapless dress look, Khloe rocking an asymmetrical cut-out dress in bronze, and Kendall wearing a plunging, angelic white dress. Kris went for an elegant, sweeping black number.
Kylie’s appearance at the CFDA Fashion Awards on Nov. 7 came on the heels of a collection of incredible Halloween looks. During and leading up to the terrifying holiday, Kylie posted photos of a stunning Bride of Frankenstein look and a recreation of Mistress of the Dark Elviraand debuted matching angel costumes with her daughter Stormi4. Just after Halloween, she took to Instagram to share another movie look, dressed as Dorothy van The Wizard of Oz for a new Kylie Cosmetics campaign.
Back in 2017, the fashion and social media man opened up Shine on why she felt she was “an inspiration to young girls”. “And I feel like I’m inspiring them – because I’m always changing my look and experimenting,” she said of her ever-evolving fashion sense. “So, one week I’ll be really glam and girlie, and the next, a punk with blue hair. I see a lot of girls follow my trends and, because they experiment, they become more comfortable in their own skin.”