The reality star and mogul switched her gala gown for something altogether different. She dialed down the elegance and upped the camp factor, dressing as a space-age version of Cleopatra.
Her ’60s style ensemble featured a second skin, blue latex blue minidress that plunged way below her navel and came dripping with crystal embellishments — as did her silver-fringed wig. She teamed the latex look with matching boots and gloves.
Her sister Kylie Jenner swapped her all-lilac look of earlier for similarly monoblock turquoise. The mermaid-style gown (which covered her see-through Femme LA mules), with its feathered trail and matching wig, looked just like Ariel in Disney’s cartoon version of the classic fairytale “The Little Mermaid.”
For the earlier gala, Kim Kardashian wore a nude Mugler dress that hugged every curve of her famous figure. The reality star’s dress featured intricate detailing that resembled beads of sweat, with a plunging neckline and button-up detailing going down the middle.
Kylie Jenner’s take on camp was a strapless nude and lilac gown by Versace. It came in a bejeweled chain-link design featuring dramatic purple feathered sleeves and train. Jenner matched her frock with a lilac wig.
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