Style Kim Kardashian Was Wearing a Full Face of Makeup Under Her Met Gala 2021 Dress — See Photos
Kim Kardashian Wears Balenciaga Couture Wedding Gown to 'Marry' Kanye West at Controversial Donda Event
Fans were shocked to see Kim Kardashian West wearing a white gown to participate in a recreation of her wedding to Kanye West at the rapper's Donda listening eventRather than revisit the Givenchy Haute Couture white lace wedding gown she wore down the aisle to marry West, 44, in 2014, the star donned a dramatic dress from Balenciaga's Fall 2021 Haute Couture collection.
Kim Kardashian's fully-covered black Balenciaga look at thequickly became the talk of the town. It was , of course, and will definitely be one of the Gala looks that goes down in history. While Kim's face was totally covered by a balaclava, her go-to makeup artist revealed that she was wearing a full face of makeup underneath.
Kim's makeup artist and friend Mario Dedivanovic revealed the star's full look on Instagram, sharing behind-the-scenes pics of Kim before she donned the full-coverage Balenciaga look. According to Mario, he firstwith the iconic Crème de la Mer, among other La Mer products (he's a partner of the brand), then used his eponymous line, Makeup by Mario, to design Kim's simple, sculpted makeup look. We also spied a KKW Beauty pencil among Mario's stash of products, because obviously.
What it's really like to style outfits for the Met Gala, according to celebrity stylist Micaela Erlanger
Insider spoke with Micaela Erlanger about styling Lupita Nyong'o, working with designers, and attending the prestigious Met Gala.But for months leading up to the event, stylists are working hard behind the scenes to put together looks that will stand out on the fashion-filled red carpet. One of those stylists is Micaela Erlanger, who has been styling Met Gala looks for A-list clients since 2013.
The final look was classic Kim: perfect brows, glowing yet matte skin, a subtly smoky eye, and her old faithful, contoured cheeks. Mario finished off the look with a barely-there neutral lip. As for the rest of her beauty moment, Kim went with a long, neutral manicure and an extra-long ponytail, which popped right out of her mask as she walked the Met stairs. Kim also shared a few behind-the-scenes peeks onincluding another look at the makeup; although it was shot in black and white, you can see that all the elements of an iconic Kim Kardashian makeup look are there.
Despite the fact that Kim's face was totally covered, she probably took the mask off at some point during the night to eat and drink, so she'd want a little makeup on for such purposes. Even though we didn't get to see her face on the carpet, she looks great — and we'll never forget that masked moment, or the manyit spawned. We'll have to wait and see how she tops this look at the next Gala!
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Kiss as They Make Red Carpet Debut as a Couple at 2021 MTV VMAs
The couple began dating earlier this year, and they made their romance Instagram official in February . Video: Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Are Twinning as They Take Their Love to NYC (E! News) Your browser does not support this video RELATED: Travis Barker Didn't Think He'd Fly Again Until Kourtney Kardashian: 'Invincible When I'm with Her' Since then, they haven't been shy about flaunting their love, with the rocker and the Poosh founder often sharing PDA-filled photos to social media.
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Megan Rapinoe wore a star-spangled suit with an 'In Gay We Trust' clutch bag to the Met Gala .
Soccer player Megan Rapinoe previously told NBC News that female athletes are "constantly being oppressed in some sort of way."The soccer player's bright red silk pantsuit was designed by Sergio Hudson, according to The Associated Press, who also designed Michelle Obama's purple suit for President Joe Biden's inauguration. Rapinoe wore it with a royal blue blouse that was embroidered with white stars. Her matching clutch bag read "In Gay We Trust" on one side, a play on "In God We Trust.