On Saturday afternoon, Kim Kardashian was considered one of many celebrities visiting Milan, Italy, for Fashion Week and she or he put in an appearance on the Dolce & Gabbana store while wearing a straight-jacket inspired two-piece. The SKIMS founder had just attended the style house’s show, after which enjoyed a little bit perusal of the brand’s goods afterwards.
Her matching outfit was make from a khaki material held along with buckles, the highest a jacket with a cropped bottom, long sleeves, and turtleneck collar. There have been buckles down her arms and shutting the jacket within the front to the left. The underside was a mini skirt with nine buckles along her left side and visual stitching on the back.
She paired the look with knee-high heeled boots with pointed toes and a loose cut that slouched along her calves. Kardashian left her long black hair down, sporting a fresh fringe on her brow.
Kardashian was accompanied by her hair stylist Chris Appleton, and a barrage of fans and cameras, potentially filming a latest season of The Kardashians, which airs on Hulu, and has two seasons to date.
On her Instagram Stories, she shared some videos from the shop’s interior, which featured photos of the truth TV star hung within the windows, in addition to some jewelry made by the designer that read “KIM,” so this points to a collab or ad campaign between the brand and Kardashian.
Earlier within the day, Kardashian wore a unique look to the catwalk show, a shimmering red two-piece composed of a small red bralette and a protracted column skirt that stretched all of the solution to the ground.
She was carrying a tiny matching red handbag and wearing a big cross on a choker that resembled a classic piece by Dolce & Gabbana, nonetheless she tagged Chrome Hearts in a single image, a designer she has been seen wearing before.
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will likely be released by Dial Press in February 2022.