Kim Kardashian, known for her unapologetic style, took center stage at the Swarovski x SKIMS collection launch during the opening of Swarovski’s new flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
The event drew a star-studded crowd, with Kim joining Ashley Graham, Gwyneth Paltrow, and her American Horror Story: Delicate co-star Emma Roberts.
Never one to shy away from the spotlight, the 43-year-old wealthy reality star graced the event on Tuesday, November 7, in a dazzling ensemble that turned heads.
Embracing head-to-toe crystals, Kim showcased a heavily bedazzled, see-through sleeveless crop top with a high neck and a daring open-back secured with delicate silver chains.
Confidently going braless under the jeweled halter top, the mom of four flaunted plenty of skin, exuding a sexy and glamorous aura.
The matching miniskirt, crafted from mixed Swarovski crystals, completed the ensemble, resulting in a stunning and eye-catching appearance.
Beneath the glittering skirt, she protected her modesty with a pair of high-waisted Swarovski x Skims cotton rib boxers in marble, adorned with bedazzled lettering of the brand names on the waistband, seamlessly blending comfort and glamour.
Kim elevated her petite frame with sky-high Paris Texas sandals featuring a mirrored silver texture and transparent toe straps.
Kim Kardashian wearing a heavily bedazzled crop top and matching miniskirt with Paris Texas sandals (Credit: Janet Mayer / Startraksphoto)
Her glam game was on point, accentuating her eyes with smokey eyeshadow, long lashes, and black eyeliner. Makeup artist Rokael Lizama tied the entire look together with a generous amount of luminous bronzer and Kim’s signature glossy nude lip.
Departing from her typically flowing raven hair, hairstylist Chris Appleton styled her locks in a messy high bun with face-framing curtain bangs.
Kim Kardashian’s beauty look consisted of smokey eye makeup, a glossy nude lip, and a messy high bun with curtain bangs (Credit: Janet Mayer / Startraksphoto)
Kim’s outfit not only showcased her fashion-forward choices but also displayed collaborative pieces, marking the launch of the Swarovski x SKIMS collection.
This collaboration between Kim Kardashian’s fashion label and the renowned crystal brand introduced a new Swarovski-embellished underwear and clothing line.
Debuted on the same day as the store opening, the limited edition collection featured SKIMS silhouettes reimagined with Swarovski extravagance. It includes various items, from tube skirts and bodysuits to leggings, dresses, bras, and body jewelry.
The unexpected yet harmonious blend of shapewear and luxury jewelry made perfect sense, considering Kim’s lifelong affinity with Swarovski crystals.
The Swarovski x SKIMS collaboration made perfect sense considering Kim Kardashian’s affinity with Swarovski crystals (Credit: Janet Mayer / Startraksphoto)
In an interview with Elle Magazine, Kim expressed her excitement: “The collaboration was a natural pairing and dream for me, as I’ve always been a Swarovski girl. The Swarovski crystals and the glamour of the brand make me feel so happy, and I hope our customers feel the same way when wearing the collection. Merging jewelry design and ready-to-wear is something I’ve always wanted to do, so pairing Swarovski’s expertise in crystals and jewelry and Skims’ innovative fabrics made total sense.”
She also revealed her deep connection with the brand: “I’ve had Swarovski figurines and crystals my whole life. Whenever I use crystals, they’re always Swarovski. To this day, my kids even get me the Swarovski figurines for Mother’s Day because they know how much I love the crystals and shine.”
Kim’s collaboration with Swarovski comes on the heels of other impressive milestones for SKIMS, including being named the official underwear partner of the NBA and the successful launch of SKIMS Mens in October.
Kim Kardashian expressed her excitement for the collection, saying that it “made total sense” to pair “Swarovski’s expertise in crystals and jewelry and Skims’ innovative fabrics,” making for a dream collaboration (Credit: Janet Mayer / Startraksphoto)