The model made a remarkable arrival during a after party du Met Gala, what 1is May in New York. She wore (almost) nothing but a black thong, a few hours after climbing the steps of the museum in panties.
After the gala, the party. Every year at the end of the Met Gala, celebrities from the red carpet meet up, joined by other personalities from the world of fashion, to party all over the city. In lower Manhattan, American model Kendall Jenner caused a stir when she arrived outside The Box nightclub for an evening hosted by Doja Cat and Diddy, in a most explicit look. She wore a jumpsuit with transparent sequins, the seams of which hid her chest, topped with a harness in black fabric, with pearl straps. But the detail that catches the eye the most is undoubtedly her black thong, worn over everything. A snub to the theme of the Met Gala, devoted to elegance according to Karl Lagerfeld? Far from there.
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In the theme, until the end of the night
The 27-year-old model’s look, signed Nensi Dojaka, was in fact inspired by a Chanel silhouette dating back to 1994. An outfit in the continuity of the one she wore on the red carpet of the Met Gala in honor of Karl Lagerfeld , namely a Marc Jacobs black sequined bodysuit, with a white collar, like those cherished by the designer who died in 2019. Spot on.
Kendall Jenner was thus an exception by betting on a low-cut bodysuit on the Met Gala red carpet. If the evening is the scene of all sartorial extravagances, theafter party is often the occasion for celebrities to prolong the exercise by being even more daring. The proof this Monday evening, with an evening placed under the sign of transparency. Olivia Wilde appeared in a keyhole dress that also showed off a black thong, Michaela Cole in a bodice bodice and Janelle Monae in a bikini at her own party. The pants as for them did not seem to have received an invitation card.
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