Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner Wear Two Stunning Gowns to Baby2Baby Gala

Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner Wear Two Stunning Gowns to Baby2Baby Gala

On Saturday evening, Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner attended the Baby2Baby Gala together in West Hollywood. The sisters each made a stunning picture in their gowns which were as stylistically different as it's possible to be.

The SKIMS founder wore a form-fitting pink gown by Balenciaga with a v-neck, long sleeves, and a train that streamed behind her on the red carpet. The fabric was wrapped around her body and tied in bows across her chest and hips. She carried a matching mini pink Balenciaga purse in one hand and had her hair up, with one tendril along her face. Under the dress, Kardashian wore a pair of pointed pink boots in a matching shade.

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Jenner wore a custom Loewe look, a sheer black gown made of pleated material, with a drawstring neckline that merged into satin bows along her back and over her shoulders. The skirt spread out around her with slits over her thighs, revealing her heeled sandals underneath. She accessorized with rhinestone earrings and also wore her hair up in a sleek bun.

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Kardashian was being honored at the Gala with the Giving Tree Award.

“Kim's decade-long support of Baby2Baby, personally, and through her companies SKIMS and KKW Beauty, has been instrumental to the growth of the organization,” the Baby2Baby Instagram account announced.

Previous honorees include Chrissy Teigen, as well as Gwyneth Paltrow, Kerry Washington, Amy Adams, and Jennifer Garner, and this event was star-studded. Presenters included Ciara, Olivia Wilde, and Zooey Deschanel, with a performance by Diddy.

“The Baby2Baby Gala single-handedly raises millions of dollars each year to make Baby2Baby’s work for children living in poverty possible,” reads the organization's website. “It is how we will continue responding to the devastating need from COVID, the baby formula shortage crisis, natural disasters and record-breaking inflation.”

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