Kim Kardashian stuns in black vinyl dress at LACMA Art + Film Gala as sister Kendall Jenner sizzles with sheer look and Olivia Wilde turns heads in glittering Chevron dress with red latex gloves
Kim Kardashian stunned in a form-fitting black vinyl dress at the LACMA Art + Film Gala on Saturday night in Los Angeles.
The megastar, 42, made her jaw drop in her clean-lined look while her supermodel sister Kendall Jenner, 27, left little to the imagination in a pure silver and black design.
Not to be overshadowed by Kim and Kendall, A-list actress and director Olivia Wilde, 38, brought a much-needed pop of shimmering color and design to the exclusive event when she arrived in an embellished chevron-cut Gucci dress with red latex gloves. .
Kim threw herself into the stark gaze that gathered at her feet, which were swathed in sternly pointed stilettos.
Her atomic blonde hair fell like a waterfall over the jet black dress in Lolita waves, and her evening glamor was subtle and flawless.
While Kim’s incredible silhouette was on display, she covered more than her sister Kendall when the supermodel appeared in a sheer dress with black pieces of fabric covering her breasts and framing her navy.
Olivia Wilde turned up against the Kardashian sisters who entered a duel of black looks when she arrived in a glittering Gucci creation with a low-cut top and red latex gloves.
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The 11th Annual Gala, presented by Gucci, was held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on LA’s famous Wilshire Blvd.
According to the official press release, artist Helen Pashgian was honored. She is “an influential pioneer of the Light and Space movement in Southern California, along with groundbreaking Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook.”
Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio and LACMA trustee Eva Chow co-chaired the event.
Proceeds from the annual Art+Film Gala will go towards endorsing LACMA’s initiative to put film at the center of the museum’s curatorial programming, while also funding LACMA’s broader mission. website.
“This includes exhibitions, acquisitions and educational programs, in addition to screenings that explore the intersection of art and film.”