Kaia Gerber was just about covered by her super-sexy Alexander Wang micro dress last night. The 18-year-old model and daughter to Cindy Crawford attended the LOVE magazine Fashion Week party in London, U.K. Monday evening, rocking up to the event in a head-turning look that couldn’t have suited her better.
Kaia may have been in party mode, but tit was well-earned – the teen has been marching Fashion Week runways all this past week, having updated her Instagram with catwalk moments from Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, and, most recently, JW ANDERSON.
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Kaia had opted for a classic look, and clearly one that just doesn’t fail for her. The brunette wore a strappy black mini number barely covering her slender thighs, with the leg-flaunting finish proving matched via a plunging neckline – Kaia was rocking the braless look.
The dress did afford slight business vibes via its chic, pinstripe fabrics, but the look was more office than party as Kaia paired it with pointed-toe heels. The star was briefly photographed wearing a single-buttoned blazer to accessorize her outfit.
This time last month, Kaia was making headlines for having split from boyfriend Pete Davidson. The 25-year-old SNL comedian and model were an item for a brief few months – also a headline-maker was Kaia’s mom Cindy and dad Rande Gerber appearing to disapprove of their daughter’s relationship with Pete.
Mid-January marked the beginning of media outlets documenting the former couple’s split, although Kaia has still made no statement regarding it over on her social media. Her accounts focus more on her rising modeling career, with the media doing the same.
Kaia has opened up about her career as a high-fashion model. Speaking to Vogue in October 2019, she revealed what the day job is really like.
“In the short time I’ve been modeling, I’ve noticed other positive shifts, too. At runway shows and on set, people are more aware of everyone’s comfort,” she began.
“Communication is more open. In an industry where people are constantly touching you, even the little things matter: Being asked, “Can I unbutton your shirt?” or “Can I tuck your shirt in?” goes a long way. When people are comfortable and feel safe, it shows in the final product. The best art is produced in a space where everyone feels they have the freedom to be themselves,” Kaia added.
Kaia is still a rising face, but she’s going places fast. Footwear designer Jimmy Choo just unveiled its capsule collection with Kaia. She’s also the new face of Marc Jacobs’ Daisy fragrance.
“Social media also changed the way the world perceives models. We used to see them as a kind of fantasy that was a bit removed from the real world. And while that magic is dimmed a little now, I believe it’s for the better,” Kaia continued.
2018 saw Kaia make an interesting headline for actually having higher social media engagement than both Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid – that’s more likes and comments per post than either supermodels.