Kylie Jenner opted for another futuristic piece in a deconstructed, red clipping in her latest Instagram post. It was shared the same day she did a great feat with Harry Hudson!
As a trendsetter, she is Kylie Jenner don’t be afraid to try a more experimental look. And in her Instagram post on March 31, the 23-year-old makeup mogulin did just that by hopping on board the deconstructed fashion aesthetic that was gaining popularity by wearing a short, one-sleeved sweater with eccentric cutouts made of silver donned pearls and lettuce line. The eclectic top was bright cherry red, and she paired the scarlet hue with high-waisted leather pants of the same color.
“Keep it on red,” Kylie labeled the look. You should also add “let her guess” as that Keeping up with the Kardashians Stars let fans guess which designer was responsible for this latest look! Kylie is known for posing in brands by emerging designers before they go mainstream. Case in point: Kylie’s “From Another Planet” catsuit that she wore in the following Instagram post from March 30th, designed by Pierre-Louis Auvray (who goes with @forbidden knowledge on Instagram).
It was a body like most fans had never seen before, like it came straight from the future (or from the front cover of one H. G. Wells Book). It was reminiscent of the time she posed at Kylie Cosmetics headquarters in a yet-to-be-released spotted jumpsuit (another daring piece) Poster girl.
Kylie doesn’t just put her money in new clothes. Thanks to a $ 500,000 donation from Kylie and other funds from Teen Cancer America, a lounge area for young cancer patients has been built, according to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital PEOPLE. This new space – called “Hey, I’m Here for You, Teen Lounge,” named for the charity of Kylie’s close friend Harry Hudson – completed on March 31st, which Harry announced in the following Instagram post. Harry was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in 2013 and Kylie supported him throughout treatment. Fortunately, Harry is now a cancer survivor.
“I’m so grateful for Kylie’s friendship and the impact it has had on my life and my cancer journey,” Harry said in a press release from PEOPLE. “She was always there for me and we wanted to find a way together to be there for other young people who are fighting this disease.”