On Friday, Kylie Jenner attended the birthday of dual sisters Malika and Khadijah Haqq at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood, looking stunning in semi-transparent dress under an oversized black leather coat. The dress’s bodice was made up of sheer black netting with long sleeves and a mock turtleneck, featuring strategic pieces of satin cut to cover Jenner’s bust. The underside was a tiny mini skirt in matching black fabric.
Under the dress, Jenner wore sheer black stockings and a pair of black pointed-toe heels. She had on a glamorous smokey eye and dark coral lip, and left her hair down with a side part.
Also on the event were sisters Khloé and Kim Kardashian, accompanied by
Khloé’s ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson. Khloé was wearing a sparkling silver minidress under a protracted fluffy black coat and carrying a silver studded purse in a single hand. She paired the look with strappy silver heels, black sunglasses, and a silver choker. Thompson was also wearing silver on his matching sneakers.
Throughout the night, Kim was sharing clips from the event where she appeared to be having a blast with family and friends. She had on a sleeveless black corset top and two short gold necklaces, considered one of which was hung with a small cross.
A source recently told Those who the SKIMS founder is prepared so far again after her relationship last 12 months with comedian Pete Davidson. She has been asking friends to set her up and she or he is saying she “would love so far someone who is not famous in Hollywood.”
“Kim hasn’t been dating, but is prepared again,” the source said. “She took a breather after Pete [Davidson], but she is interested now. She would love so far someone who is not famous in Hollywood. She thinks someone in finance can be perfect.”
They added, “Kim has lots of things happening that make her comfortable. She would like to share all of it with a partner too.”
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 probably be released by Dial Press in February 2022.