Kim Kardashian Wore a ‘Donda’Inspired Look to the Met Gala but No One Was Shook by It


One thing about Kim Kardashian? Her Met Gala looks are always a conversation piece. This year is no different, although the look for her certainly is.

The reality TV star walked the red carpet in an all black Balenciaga look from head to toe. No, like, literally, she was covered from the crown of her head to her toenail cuticles. Now that I think about it…do we even know if that’s Kim K. in that ensemble? It could be anyone! JK, the body don’t lie! Have a look for yourself:

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While the look definitely sways from her past Met Gala garbs (remember that super-cinched waist moment from 2019?), fans weren’t even all that shooketh by it…probs cus she wore a v similar look to her almost-ex-husband Kanye West’s second Donda listening party recently.

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Even two days ago she posted Instagram pics in another all-black outfit with the avant-garde mask to match, looking like a full sleep paralysis demon:

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Also! It is worth noting that in years past, Kanye has been vocal about Kim’s outfits being “too revealing” or “too sexy,” and this year was a clear departure from that. Interesting, to say the least, especially since the exes are going through a lot right now.

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