Kendall Jenner took to Instagram on Tuesday with a number of saucy snaps.
‘Night out in @anndemeulemeester_official,’ the star – who’s been recently romantically linked to Latin sensation Bad Bunny – wrote in the caption of the post, shared with her 279M followers.
The model wore her brunette tresses parted in the middle and swept back into a chic bun for the occasion.
Kendall accessorized the edgy look with gold hoops and opted for soft glam, wearing a touch of bronze eyeshadow and ɴuᴅᴇ lipstick.
Kendall also shared a glamorous clip as she prepared for the Vanity Fair post-Oscars bash on Sunday.
The star was pictured wearing a plunging gold and black vintage Jean Paul Gaultier gown, as she touched up her makeup in the mirror.
The Vogue cover girl looked pleased with her stunning look as she admired her reflection.
She attended the A-list bash with her sister Kylie Jenner along with friends Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski and Anastasia Karanikolaou.
Once inside the venue Kendall and Gigi palled around and appeared to be having a blast working their angles for the cameras.
The fellow catwalk queens are longtime BFFs as they both grew up in affluent Los Angeles.
Kendall made sure not to neglect Kylie, who pulled her sister in for a number of pH๏τos in front of the Vanity Fair wall.
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