Look: Kylie Jenner Stuns in Figure-Hugging Backless Dress

The mom of two rocked a black-and-white striped frock for a late-night party.
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner.


Kylie Jenner may have worn a gorgeous custom silver Maison Margiela gown to Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party on March 12, but her after-after-party look was one for the books.

The reality TV star shared a photo of herself and bestie Anastasia Karanikolaou at their late night celebration in what looks like a party bus. The 25-year-old wore a black-and-white striped off-the-shoulder dress for the occasion.

The skin-tight LaQuan Smith gown from the designer’s fall-winter 2023 collection was backless and included a short slit in the back. Jenner accessorized with a pair of black sunglasses and wore her hair in an up-do atop her head.

Karanikolaou wore an intricate black gown with mesh detailing and chest cut-outs. She styled her dark locks in a similar up-do. The friends posed in a set of pics Jenner shared to Instagram on March 15.

“my baaabyyyyyyy,” Karanikolaou gushed in the comments section of her friend’s post.

“yes PLEASE 🔥🔥,” Maguire Grace Amundsen wrote. “WE NEED MORE.”

“my wives 🔥,” Carter Gregory joked.

Smith is no stranger to creating clothing coveted by Hollywood stars. SI Swimsuit model Brooks Nader wore a gorgeous purple sparkly gown by the New York City-based designer to the Academy Awards champagne carpet on March 12. Read more about her jaw-dropping ensemble here.

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