Kim Kardashian wore an itty-bitty bandeau top with an ivory see-through suit for the Time 100 Summit.
The reality superstar’s Rick Owens blazer ($4,625) and pants ($4,130) are both made from high-tech transparent leather inspired by parchment paper.
The “Kardashians” star accessorized the look with a custom Ruby Stella nameplate necklace, stud earrings and wore her hair piled up into a very Pamela Anderson-inspired bun with wispy face-framing pieces.
During her Time 100 talk, the 42 year old discussed criminal justice reform, studying to become a lawyer and her fashion empire.
While talking about her wildly popular loungewear and lingerie line Skims — which is now valued at $3 billion — Kim remembered creating her own shapewear to match her skin tone before launching her own company.
“It was filling the gap of something that didn’t exist in the marketplace,” she said.
“I was looking for a solution to the fact that I loved shaped wear. There wasn’t a color tone that fit my skin tone, let alone with most of my friends.”
Now, the shapewear brand, which she launched in 2019, is continuing to expand into various forms of underwear, loungewear, swimwear and more, even collaborating with Fendi for a high-fashion collection.
Most recently, buzzy musicians Ice Spice, PinkPantheress, Nessa Barrett and RAYE all modeled for the latest campaign representing Skims’ biggest expansion yet.
However, fans of Kardashian may be disappointed to hear that she dropped a bombshell at her latest appearance, revealing that she would be content to work as a lawyer full time.