The Kylie Cosmetics founder has been pulling out all the stops for her appearances during Paris Fashion Week
Kylie Jenner has been turning out all the sartorial stops at Paris Fashion Week — and her family members are here for it.
Disick, 40, called Jenner a “real life princess 👸” as she shared a carousel of photos in a glittery Schiaparelli keyhole gown which she wore to the Italian fashion house’s Spring/Summer 2024 show in Paris on Thursday.
The crystal-encrusted, floor-sweeping, halter-neck design featured a keyhole cutout on the chest and the Kylie Cosmetics founder kept her accessories simple as she finished the look with dangling gold earrings and a pair of nude heels.
Her sister, Kendall, closed the runway at the Schiaparelli show in a strapless red sequin dress and ultra retro hairdo, and Kylie shared her support for her supermodel sibling in videos posted on Instagram where she can be heard saying “Yes! Oh yes!” as Kendall, 27, walked the runway.
While Kendall’s runway look was as elegant and high-fashion as ever, Kylie’s glittery look — a custom Schiaparelli haute couture gown — came close to stealing the show.
She racked up more than 24.9 million likes between the five posts she shared on Instagram in the custom gown, and Disick wasn’t the only famous friend who shared their praise for her look.
Thursday’s viral look wasn’t the first time Kylie has collaborated with the Italian fashion house.
During Paris Fashion Week in January, Jenner and Schiaparelli also made headlines when the beauty mogul stepped out in a dramatic velvet gown featuring a replica life-sized lion’s head across her torso.
At the time, she thanked the brand’s designer and creative director, Daniel Rose Berry, for the unique fashion experience.
"BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. thank you @danielroseberry and @schiaparelli for such a special morning," Kylie wrote on Instagram. "wow i loved wearing this faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials. beautiful beautiful."
According to the notes from the show, Roseberry drew on Dante's Inferno as inspiration to create Kylie's gown, per CNN.
The mother of two has had several other high-fashion moments since she arrived in Paris last week.
She sat in the front row for Acne Studio’s Womenswear Spring/Summer 2024 show in a long-sleeved, floor-length bright red gown that incorporated a peplum effect at her ankles, creating a mermaid silhouette.
Kylie styled the dress with a matching red baguette purse, red leather pointed heels and a pair of oversized black shield sunglasses.
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Ahead of appearing at the Swedish fashion house’s show, she graced the Sept. 27 cover of Le Monde in collaboration with the launch of the brand’s new collection, and she modeled for the line’s Fall/Winter 2023 denim collection.
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