Kris Jenner stuns with feather-embellished skirt arriving at Met Gala with beau

Edduin Carvajal
May 08, 2018
10:07 A.M.
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The most important night in the fashion industry wouldn’t be complete without the most famous family of the decade: the KarJenner clan. Kris Jenner was the first to arrive.


According to People, Kris, 62, showed up before her three daughters, Kim Kardashian, Kendall, and Kylie Jenner. However, she was not alone as her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, was with her.

The ‘momager’ put on a black long-sleeve dress with gold and burgundy jeweled embellishments that started on her neck just like a necklace and ended a couple of inches under her breasts as if it was a belt cinched in.

Kris’ sleeves were made with a semi-sheer design that ended with the same jeweled embellishment at her wrists. While her entire outfit was gorgeous, the lower part attracted more attention.  


It consisted of a feather-embellished skirt with both dark and light tones that, according to People, kept in line with night’s theme: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.

Apart from her gown, Kris’ makeup attracted people’s attention as her maroon eyeshadow perfectly matched both the deep red jewels on her dress and the burgundy velvet tuxedo that Gamble, 37, put on.


He also wore black pants and shoes and a white button down that made him look elegant yet modern. The watch, rings, and wristbands that Gamble chose also helped him demonstrate that he was born for red carpet events.

During the Met Gala, Kris was asked about her daughters and their outfits but she confessed that she didn’t coordinate her clothes with them and that she would see their outfits when they arrived at the event.

Kris added that one of her favorite things to do was standing at the top of the stairs and peek around to see what her daughters were wearing.

Finally, she was asked about Khloé Kardashian, Tristan Thompson, True – the couple’s daughter – and Kanye West (who were not in the gala) and she just said: ‘everybody is good. He’s good.’