- Kendall Jenner confirmed some pores and skin beneath a blue turtleneck costume on Friday in New York Metropolis.
- The mannequin attended a Karl Lagerfeld retrospective at luxurious classic retailer What Goes Round Comes Round.
- This 12 months’s Met Gala theme is centered round Lagerfeld’s life and legacy in trend.
Kendall Jenner stood out within the streets of New York Metropolis as she attended a Karl Lagerfeld retrospective on Friday.
The mannequin was photographed heading to the occasion honoring the late designer, the middle of this 12 months’s Met Gala. Jenner selected a sheer, royal blue costume with a turtleneck and feathery blue skirt for the occasion, held on the luxurious classic retailer What Goes Round Comes Round, per Elle.
She paired the look with matching satin sneakers and a Chanel clutch bag. The bag alternative could have been a nod to Lagerfeld, who served as artistic director for the French trend home from 1983 till he died in 2019.
Jenner stored her glam easy, choosing a slicked-back ponytail, pure make-up, and a small pair of hoop earrings. She shared photographs from the occasion on Instagram Friday, together with a shot of somebody holding an umbrella for her as she beamed for the digicam.
In accordance with Elle, the occasion additionally celebrated the shop’s thirtieth anniversary and growth to a retail retailer known as WGACA Atelier. Rita Ora, Taika Waititi, and Michaela Coel have been additionally in attendance, with Ora donning silver pants, a black fur jacket, and a draped chain prime over a lace bralette.
This 12 months’s Met Gala theme, “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Magnificence,” will spotlight the designer’s lifetime of labor in trend. The Metropolitan Museum of Artwork’s web site says that the exhibition will study Lagerfeld’s “various and prolific physique of labor unparalleled within the historical past of trend.”
“Specializing in the designer’s stylistic vocabulary as expressed in aesthetic themes that seem again and again in his fashions from the Nineteen Fifties to his closing assortment in 2019, the present will highlight the German-born designer’s distinctive working methodology,” the web site reads.
The purple carpet kicks off on Monday, Might 1, at 6 p.m. ET.