Kim Kardashian has managed to wow fashion critics yet again with a skin-baring ensemble during the red carpet event of the Vogue 100 dinner gala held in London on Monday.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star looked stunning in a Roberto Cavalli gown that showcased her fit body, Entertainment Tonight reported. It appears that the reality star has reached her target pre-baby weight several months after giving birth to son Saint. Kim showed off her toned legs, as well as her cleavage in the sheer silk and tulle designer gown.
The long-sleeved Roberto Cavalli gown featured intricate embroidery sewn all through-out the dress. To complete the look, Kim partnered the skin-baring dress with a wide khaki belt and platform sandals. The TV personality also kept her hair down and her makeup simple.
Kim wore the sheer Cavalli gown for the Vogue 100 dinner gala held at London’s Kensington Gardens. She was joined by husband Kanye West. For the event, the rapper opted for an all-black suit and brown colored suede shoes.
The reality star has been wearing stunning fashion ensembles during her and husband’s European tour, as stated in the same report. For the de Grisogono party held in Cannes, Kim wore a silver chainmail gown over a beige-colored figure-hugging dress. She also rocked a Talbot Runhof draped dress during the Vogue 100 Festival: Fashion, Friendship and Fabulous Lashes event.
Meanwhile, avid fashionistas may recall that Kim’s half-sister Kendall Jenner also wore a skin-baring gown from the same designer. Kendall stunned fans and critics alike with a sheer black Cavalli gown during the premiere of the movie “From the Land of the Moon” at the Cannes Film Festival on May 15, Us Weekly magazine reported. The supermodel also showed off a lot of skin given the designer gown’s sheer cut-out pattern accents.
Both Kendall and Kim have been showing off their elegant and fashionable ensembles at various red carpet events. The two celebrities have also displayed a lot of skin in some of their designer gowns or street fashion.