Kylie Jenner brought out her edgy inner vixen for a high-fashion photo shoot.
The cosmetics mogul and Jean Paul Gaultier muse posed for photos for the house’s latest ready-to-wear drop, Flowers. And on Instagram yesterday, she shared behind-the-scenes shots from the sexy, ethereal, and slightly chilling shoot.
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In them, Jenner is seen posing in various looks from the new collection, most notably colourful body-hugging dresses in prints ranging from geometric to abstract to anatomical. One dreamy pink dress features illustrations of both painterly flowers and female breasts.
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In an effort to embody the collection’s moody version of spring, Jenner completely changed her look, trading her inky-black hair for icy blonde locks with dark roots and bleaching her eyebrows. She wore dusty pink makeup and blush lips throughout.
Ahead of the maison’s ad-campaign release, Jenner stepped out in various striking Jean Paul Gaultier looks. To the Met Gala earlier this month, she wore a fiery custom-made red gown with an asymmetrical neckline, a thigh-high leg slit, and a train that doubled as a shiny cornflower blue cape when worn wrapped around her shoulders.
And a day after fashion’s biggest night, she stepped out to another fashion party in New York City in a totally sheer beige dress with a large print featuring red, orange, and yellow roses. Underneath, she wore only a nude bra, a silky nude corset, and a matching thong—all of which were exposed due to the dress’s see-through fabric. (Daughter Stormi Webster, Jenner’s date for the night, wore a mini version of the look.)
Jenner also debuted a Jean Paul Gaultier ensemble back in January. During Paris Fashion Week, she wowed in a form-fitting colour-blocked corset gown from the brand. The strapless bustier of the show-stopping dress included luminescent baby-blue and peachy pink panels. The pastel bodice was a stark contrast to the black skintight skirt, which reached all the way to the floor and featured a mini train.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.