Karlie Kloss Slays Rosie Assoulin At The L'Oreal Paris Women of Worth Event — PHOTOS
Did you happen to catch a glimpse of L'Oreal Paris' 10th Anniversary of Women of Worth 2015? Held at the Pierre Hotel in Manhattan, it was quite the star-studded, well-dressed event. Among said well-dressed stars? Well, L'Oreal spokeswoman/super model/entrepreneur/college student Karlie Kloss cut quite the figure at L'Oreal's latest event. Along with a list of attendees including Julianne Moore, Freida Pinto, Andie MacDowell, and Eva Longoria, Kloss came dressed (and made up, of course) to kill: She wore a gorgeous stark white gown from Rosie Assoulin.
The dress, which came from the designer's Resort 2016 collection, had an almost minimalist feel with its simple silhouette — save for the whimsical cut-out on the skirt. The '60s-esque flower-shaped cut-out leant some extra punch to the gown, and acted as the perfect accompaniment to the streamlined silhouette.
Kloss took an already fabulous look, and made it even better with her styling — she paired the dress with an eye-catching ear cuff, as well as a futuristic silver clutch. Oh, and this might go without saying, since it was an event held by one of the biggest makeup conglomerates in the world — but her makeup was seriously on point (and according to L'Oreal's Instagram account, you can steal her enviable lip look with L'Oreal Colour Riche Lipstick in 364 Place Vendome). Let's take a look at how it all came together!
Pretty much everything about her hair and makeup is perfect, from that glossy, glossy side-parted hair to that screen siren-appropriate red lip (and that statement ear cuff really is to die for).
Altogether quite the look, no? Kloss also posed with fellow L'Oreal brand ambassadors and honorees, and while she was certainly one of the best dressed of the night, the other attendees were also very fab (Pinto and MacDowell in particular raised the fashion bar, with their colorful prints).
There's no rest for the wicked, though — Kloss, who recently started taking classes at New York University, told Us Weekly that she was going straight home after the soiree to do some homework. As she put it, "After this tonight, I will be at my kitchen table writing a paper ... It's for a writing class." Oh well — at least being dressed to the nines and sporting seriously on point makeup helps the creative process (fellow fashion/beauty writers, back me up on this).
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