Killin’ the game, as usual! Kendall Jenner looked absolutely stunning in her 2019 Met Gala dress, designed by Versace, and we’re not surprised to see her taking the carpet with style as a veteran attendee. She decided to go with orange — a total Camp color — for this year’s dress and the feathers add the perfect Vegas touch. The look was designed specifically for her by Donatella herself, a joint effort between the duo.
The 2019 “Camp: Notes on Fashion” gala marks the 23-year-old’s five-year anniversary with the event, with her first time at the legendary bash being in 2014. Believe it or not, she actually has yet to make a fashion faux pas in her five-year tenure — and we congratulate her on that one, since it seems like everyone gets at least one of those in their Met Gala career.
She decided to go with something a little more colorful (and revealing) at the 2015 ball, attending in a green crystal-adorned gown with cut-out sides by Calvin Klein. Her skin was even more on display in 2016, with a revealing cut-out Atelier Versace gown.
But possibly Kenny’s most noteworthy Met Gala ~lewk~ is her completely see-through La Perla Haute Couture gown from 2017, when she was the face of the lingerie brand. It was the year she literally turned heads due to the ‘fit and she wasn’t the only babe baring it all — sis Kylie Jenner also showed up in a custom sheer Versace gown and BFF Bella Hadid followed suit in a see-through Alexander Wang catsuit.
Last year, Kendall changed things up just a bit with a seriously gorgeous all-white look by Off-White, a streetwear-influenced high fashion brand founded by Kenny’s friend, Virgil Abloh, in 2012. Instead of a dress, she opted for gorgeous pants with a long train and an off-the-shoulder top with high mesh gloves.
Even in her short time on the Met Gala red carpet, Kendall has already proven herself to have some style clout. Hope you have fun tonight, girl — just don’t spill anything on that outfit!