Last night saw the star-studded American Influencer Awards, which was attended by the likes of Tyra Banks, Kim Kardashian and Mario Dedivanovic. (also known as Kim K's go-to make-up artist, 'Make-up by Mario'), who received the 'Artist Achievement Award' from none other than his reality TV muse.
This dress was debuted in the house's autumn/winter collection over two decades ago in 1997, making it older than Kim's youngest sister Kylie.
The ruby red midi-dress is heavily inspired by traditional Chinese cheongsam or qipao garments, with long sleeves and a high thigh-slit. The high collar and decorative gold buttons compliment the reflective patterns of the dress. And in true Kimmy K form, she mixed in her signature aesthetics by tying her hair back into a sleek bun, and styling the look with clear Yeezy sandals and nude, smokey make-up.
It's no surprise that Kim opted for this archival fashion look for another red carpet event, particularly as she's shown an interest in vintage designer fashion before. Just last week she attended the People’s Choice Awards in a mint green snake-skin Vintage Versace dress.