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Kylie Jenner landed in New York to celebrate Thierry Mugler archive exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum on Tuesday, Nov. 15. Wearing one pure black cat suit with net-like stitching, covered in a white satin cape, she gave off Morticia Addams vibes as she took in the sights at the immersive retrospective, which will remain on view until May 7.
Jenner’s look was of course designed by the late Thierry Mugleroriginating from his Spring 1997 Couture collection. Shares a photo in her Instagram carousel, she showed off the catsuit that was under the cape as she posed against a white wall in her hotel room, covering her bare chest and making a leggy moment in sassy black underwear and satin pumps. Her hair was pulled away from her face, styled in two oversized retro swoops on top of her head. The look was finished with a berry-toned lip and cat-eye makeup.
This was one of two ensembles by the 25-year-old beauty mogul sported at the event, after hitting the red carpet in a black satin corset dress with a feather hem and opera-length satin gloves to match, all from the designer’s archives. On her head was a diamond encrusted headdress that matched her massive diamond earrings. She was escorted to the stage and rehearsed in her heavy costume by the house’s current creative director Casey Cadwalladerwho posed with her for several pictures.
However, Jenner wasn’t the only celebrity to stun on the red carpet wearing Mugler Julia Fox, Lourdes Leon, and several also arrived in the brand’s signature sculptural leather pieces. Fox, 32, wore a look that was decidedly demure for the star, opting for a cut-out blazer, brown leather wrap skirt and coordinating thigh-high boots. Meanwhile, Leon, 26, opted for a sheer catsuit similar to the spandex styles previously worn by everyone from Beyonce to Miley Cyrus.
Ahead, see Jenner’s footage from the evening — including when she posed in front Thierry Mugler dress from 1999 she carried to CFDA awards on Nov. 7 — along with the rest of those who arrived at the event.