If there's anyone you can count on to wear a bodycon dress, it's Kim Kardashian. The reality star stayed true to her signature curve-hugging style as she stepped out for press day in New York City on 16 May. The Skims mogul nearly stopped traffic in yet another sultry street style moment — a black maxi jersey dress with multiple cutouts, exposing a faux-thong. Sister Khloé also accompanied her for the Disney Upfront, where they presented "The Kardashians," revealing Hulu's continuation of the reality series.
In line with her affinity for skin-revealing clothing, the mum-of-four's dress is from Gucci's Spring/Summer 2023 collection (the same one that actress Dove Cameron wore just a month ago), which is slightly reminiscent of the brand's iconic harness skirt from the Spring/Summer 1998 collection by Tom Ford. The figure-flattering garment features a scoop neck, sculptural cutouts that cascade over the arms, and leather buckle straps at the hips, complete with the brand's signature GG hardware in silver. Styled by Danielle Levi, Kardashian finished the head-turning piece with black heels and her hair in a slicked-back ponytail with side-swept, wavy bangs.
It's no secret that Kardashian enjoys revisiting style trends of the past. Recently, the 42-year-old's embraced more casual ensembles, including her unexpected "I Love Nerds" sheer crop top and jeans combination at a Los Angeles Lakers game, reminding us of the graphic tee's dominance in the 2010s and the vintage Diadora Roma 1997/98 jersey she wore to daughter North's basketball game. She's also developed a reputation for dipping into the vaults of major fashion houses, including Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Alexander McQueen. From her controversial 2022 Met Gala dress that Marilyn Monroe originally owned to purchasing Princess Diana's Attallah Cross pendant at a Sotheby's London auction for $197,453, there's clearly no stopping Kardashian when it comes to archival fashion.
See the socialite's latest nostalgic look from a few more angles ahead.