Kylie Jenner reveals that she SPLIT her 2018 Met Gala dress as she ‘squeezes’ it and must have sewn a zipper at the last minute
She was the talk of the star-studded Met Gala in 2018 when she made a stunning appearance on the red carpet just three months after giving birth.
And Kylie Jenner revealed that the peak of her appearance was all due to an unfortunate accident.
The 22-year-old self-made billionaire took to Instagram on Monday when she revealed she must have sewn a zipper on her Alexander Wang dress after splitting.
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Big reveal: Kylie Jenner took to Instagram on Monday when she revealed she needed to have a zipper sewn on her Alexander Wang dress after splitting
Since the star-studded event was originally scheduled for today, she was snapping all of her Met Gala looks over the years before making the revelation.
She wrote: ‘fun fact: this dress didn’t have a zip but tore when I squeezed it so we added it on the way out [astonished emoji] .. but it worked and I loved it [black heart emoji]’
The shiny silver zip really stuck out as she walked down her left chest to the thighs as she rushed her stuff along the red carpet past Travis Scott just three months after the birth of their daughter Stormi.
“But I managed it, I loved it”: the shiny silver zipper really protruded as it ran down her left chest from the upper thigh as she walked her stuff down the red carpet
While the theme of the gala was Heavenly Bodies And The Catholic Imagination, Kylie and her boyfriend didn’t take the dress code too literally.
While some of her fellow guests went all the way to high church, Kylie wore a simple peekaboo black Alexander Wang dress complete with a train instead.
She kept the accessories to a minimum, with a pair of Gentle Monster x Alexander Wang retro glasses and a pair of bracelets.
The global COVID-19 crisis has caused the cancellation of many annual events, with the Met Gala postponed until further notice.
It is the first time that the event – which can cost tickets up to $ 35,000 per person – has been canceled in the 22 years that Vogue editor Anna Wintour presides over – a job she took on in 1995 when she made her debut as a hostess of the star-studded feast.
Since then, the event has become a must-see for Hollywood’s most prominent and glamorous stars, with A-listers making every effort to embrace each year’s fashion-centric theme, while also displaying their own style references on the red carpet.