Kendall Jenner Wore Underwear With Nothing But Tights for a Busy Day Out in L.A.


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When the no-pants trend appeared on the runway in September, I knew right away that it would be controversial and, therefore, a huge hit in fashion. Moreover, when brands such as Victoria Beckham, Bottega Veneta, and Khaite are the ones responsible, you know a trend has legs—pun intended. With none other than Kendall Jenner having just debuted the buzzed-about look that started it all, it appears my predictions were spot-on. 

Seen in L.A. between shoots for the luxury retailer Fwrd, where she's creative director, Jenner wore a chunky navy-blue sweater with black briefs and heels—no pants in sight. The bottomless ensemble came practically straight off Matthieu Blazy's Bottega Veneta S/S 23 runway. Additionally, the heels are Saint Laurent, her tights came from Calzedonia, and her giant bouquet of sunflowers presumably came from the farmers market. 

Though her look was entirely impractical for a busy day of errands and shoots, Jenner managed to make wearing underwear with nothing but tights work. More than that, she made me and everyone I know want to do the same. (See my Instagram DMs after I shared this photo for proof.) So if you, like me, are even more on board with the pants-less trend after seeing it off the runway, shop the look below. 


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On Kendall Jenner: Bottega Veneta Orecchini Earrings ($350), Sardine Intrecciato Napa Top-Handle Bag ($4200), and sweater; Calzedonia 20 Denier Essential Invisible Tights ($7); Saint Laurent Kendall 90 Silk-Satin Slingback Pumps ($745)

On the runway:


Courtesy of Bottega Veneta

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