Kendall Jenner Pops in Sheer Electric Blue Feather Dress

Kendall Jenner is electric in her latest look! 

The 27-year-old model stepped out in New York City on Friday, April 28, for the retrospective of the late creative director of Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, at luxury vintage store What Goes Around Comes Around.

Kendall certainly turned heads as she walked the streets of the Big Apple, donning a haltered electric blue couture gown by Alexandre Vauthie that featured a turtle neck, a see-through bodice that showed off her toned abs, and a vibrant skirt embellished with faux fur. She paired the chic look with matching pointed-toe heels and a blue clutch.

As for her glam, she rocked her brown tresses pulled back in a slicked-back ponytail. Her makeup featured rosy cheeks, light pink lips, and a bit of highlighter to make her glow.

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The Kardashians star also took to Instagram to share the striking look with a series of snaps for her 286 million followers to see.

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The first photo captured her getting out of the car as she arrived at her destination, a man prepared with a red umbrella waiting for her. She smiled wide for the camera as she leaned on the car door, showing off her electric blue ensemble. 

The other two photos in the carousel capture Jenner posing in front of a door in what appears to be a hotel room, and a mirror selfie she captured at some point in the evening. 

The retrospective event was held ahead of the 2023 Met Gala on Monday, May 1, where the theme this year honors the late designer: “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty." 

Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser–who co-founded What Goes Around Comes Around–dug through their archives to pull together pieces designed throughout Lagerfeld's career. In addition to working with Chanel, Lagerfeld also designed pieces for Feni, Chloé, Patou, and his own namesake.

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