Kylie Jenner Wears Vintage Inspired Dress Displaying Hourglass Figure In Paris

On Saturday afternoon, Kylie Jenner stepped out in Paris wearing a vintage-style black dress with a bustier bodice and halter-neck that emphasized her hourglass figure. The look was by Bottega Veneta, and the dress featured an asymmetric floating skirt that revealed some leg and her black heels with point toes. She also wore sunglasses and carried a black clutch bag.

The beauty mogul left her raven hair down, and wore gold earrings and simple makeup palette.

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Later that night, the Kylie cosmetics founder continued to wear her vacation best, styling a a white mini dress with a matching hood that covered her hair and displayed her legs for a dinner out. She paired it with strappy heels and a matching handbag.

Jenner was one of many celebrities in Paris this weekend, and was in the risers for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour concert at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis. She was joined by her mother Kris Jenner, and offered some clips of her night out on Instagram, including shots of her body-hugging black and nude top and black mini skirt. She sang a few of Beyoncé’s hits from the back of her SUV, and enjoyed a glass of wine before making her way to the stadium.

The day before she was spotted in Paris, Jenner’s car was seen outside rumored love interest Timothée Chalamet’s home in Beverly Hills. The alleged couple have been linked since April, but a source talking to Entertainment Tonight stated it’s “not serious.”

“It’s not serious,” the insider said. “But Kylie is enjoying hanging out with Timothée and seeing where it goes.”

They added, “It’s been really fun for her because it feels a lot different than her past relationships. It’s new and exciting for Kylie, and she’s having a lot of fun.”

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Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will be released by Dial Press in February 2022.


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