Kylie Jenner was a sight for sore eyes on the night of Nov. 12! The 25-year-old reality star attended the 2022 Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles, CA with her sister Kim Kardashian42, and wore an incredible black backless gown that included a high slit. The cut-out ensemble also included a sheer bottom and she paired it with black strappy heels as her hair was pulled back.
The beauty’s epic look didn’t stop there though. She accessorized with silver earrings and flaunted a face full of flattering makeup, which included mauve lipstick and slightly dark eyeshadow. She also rocked long nails and confidently posed on the red carpet of the event in her fashionable outfit.
Kylie’s appearance at the gala was in support of Kim, who received this year’s Giving Tree Award, which is given out to a superstar mother who has made a positive difference to the Baby2Baby organization and mothers everywhere every year. Kim also looked incredible in a long-sleeved pink gown that included cut-outs in the front and pink heels. She had her blonde hair pulled back with one strand hanging loose on one side of her face and carried a matching tiny purse.
In addition to posing separately, the siblings posed on the red carpet together and got a lot of attention. Mindy Kaling hosted the event and Tyler Perry reportedly presented Kim with her special honor. “Kim’s decade-long support of Baby2Baby, personally, and through her companies SKIMS and KKW Beauty, has been instrumental to the growth of the organization,” the Baby2Baby Instagram account posted before the gala. They also posted later a photo of Kim from the fun night and wrote that they were “proud to honor” her.
Despite their big impact, Kim and Kylie weren’t the only familiar faces at the gala. The popular bash brought out many other celebs, including Ciara, Olivia Wilde, Zooey Deschanel, while Diddy also reportedly performed. The organization also has many celebrity board members, including Nicole Richie, Jessica Alba, Rachel Zoe, Kelly Rowland and Julie Bowen.
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