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Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner leave little to the imagination alongside Olivia Wilde at LACMA

Kim Kardashian stuns in black vinyl robe at LACMA Art + Film Gala whereas sister Kendall Jenner sizzles in sheer look and Olivia Wilde instructions consideration in shimmering Chevron-cut dress with pink latex gloves

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Kim Kardashian surprised in a figure-hugging black vinyl robe at the LACMA Art + Film Gala on Saturday evening in Los Angeles. 

The megastar, 42, dropped jaws in her skin-tight look as her supermodel sister Kendall Jenner, 27, left little to the imagination in a sheer design of silver and black. 

Not to be overshadowed by Kim and Kendall, A-list actress and director Olivia Wilde, 38, introduced a much-needed pop of shimmering shade and design to the unique occasion when she arrived in an embellished Chevron-cut Gucci dress with pink latex gloves. 

Kim poured herself into the skintight look that pooled at her toes, which had been clad in severely pointed stilletoos.

Her atomic blonde hair cascaded down the pitch-black dress in Lolita waves and her glam for the night was delicate and flawless. 

While Kim’s unbelievable silhouette was on show, she lined up greater than her sister Kendall as the supermodel confirmed up in sheer robe with black items of cloth masking her breasts and framing her naval. 

Olivia Wilde popped towards the Kardashian sisters dueling black seems as she arrived in shimmering Gucci creation that featured a low-cut prime and pink latex gloves. 

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The eleventh annual gala, introduced by Gucci, was held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art situated on LA’s famed Wilshire Blvd.

According to the official press launch, artist Helen Pashgian was honored. She is ‘an influential pioneer of Southern California’s Light and Space motion, together with trailblazing Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook.’

Academy Award-winner Leonardo DiCaprio and LACMA trustee Eva Chow co-chaired the occasion.

‘Proceeds from the annual Art+Film Gala go toward underwriting LACMA’s initiative to make movie extra central to the museum’s curatorial programming, whereas additionally funding LACMA’s broader mission,’ the web site reads.

‘This includes exhibitions, acquisitions, and educational programming, in addition to screenings that explore the intersection of art and film.’

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