Kim Kardashian’s Washboard Abs on Full Display in Bra Top and Matching Skirt

The reality TV star presented an award at a fashion event in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday.
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian.

Kim Kardashian knows how to turn heads on a red carpet. The reality TV star and entrepreneur did just that when she attended Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards on April 23, and donned a monochromatic ensemble for the occasion.

Kardashian wore a gray bandeau bra top and matching skirt in the same shade with a thigh-high slit. The 42-year-old mom of four wore strappy stilettos on her feet that snaked up her ankles and accessorized with several chunky arm cuffs and a matching silver choker.

The SKIMS cofounder attended the festivities with her 9-year-old daughter, North West. During the event, the mother-daughter duo hit the stage to present celebrity hairstylist Chris Appleton with the Hair Artist of the Year Award.

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian on the red carpet at The Beverly Hills Hotel on April 23.

As for glam, Kardashian wore her long dark locks loose and straight and opted for lots of lashes and a nude-colored lip.

Kardashian and Appleton, who have worked together for many years, were photographed on the red carpet as they posed with the hairstylist’s trophy.

Additional honorees at The Beverly Hills Hotel event included Breakout Style Star Meghann Fahy, Makeup Artist of the Year Tasha Reiko Brown and Style Curator Dani Michelle.

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