Kylie Jenner's Fashion Week streak is getting stronger by the day.
In her latest Paris appearance at the Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture show yesterday, the Kylie Cosmetics mogul wowed in a form-fitting color blocked corset gown. The strapless bustier of show-stopping dress included luminescent baby blue and peachy pink panels. The pastel bodice was in stark contrast to the black skintight skirt, which reached all the way to the floor with a mini train. She kept the rest of her ensemble to a minimum, wearing sleek black pumps and zero jewelry. She swept her dark raven hair into a gelled up high bun reminiscent of Old Hollywood glamour.
Jenner has made headlines since she kicked off Paris Fashion Week at Schiaparelli's show on Monday.
At the time, the reality TV star wore a strapless ruched gown made of black velvet. The most polarizing accessory of her outfit, however, was the hyper-realistic lion head mounted to the bust of the dress. The pseudo-taxidermy accessories additionally made their runway debut during the show, in which models Irina Shayk, Naomi Campbell, and Shalom Harlow wore feline and wolf heads attached to the bosoms of their Animal Kingdom-inspired outfits.
Schiaparelli creative director Daniel Roseberry addressed the controversy surrounding his unusual collection on Instagram, writing, "3 animals sculpted and embroidered by hand, celebrating the glory of nature and guarding the woman who wears it. Thé léopard, thé lion, and thé she wolf. All from Dante’s Inferno."