Kris Jenner was the picture of elegance in a bold wraparound cape jacket as she and her boyfriend Corey Gamble attended the 2021 Fashion Awards.
The 66-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star beamed as she and the 41-year-old talent manager posed for photos on the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday.
The evening included a special tribute to designer Virgil Abloh, who died at age 41 on Sunday following a secret years-long battle with cancer.
The television personality’s satin jacket featured a red, white and black color-block design.
The famous momager donned black trousers and a black top underneath the jacket.
She sported pointed toe black heels and black leather gloves. Kris accessorized with long dangly diamond earrings and carried a small bejeweled clutch bag with a designed to look like a wad of £50 notes.
Corey looked sharp in a navy blue and black tuxedo with a black dress shirt and black bow-tie.
He wore a large silver watch and black leather dress shoes. Kris and Corey were joined on the red carpet by legendary designer Tommy Hilfiger and his fashion designer wife Dee Ocleppo.
Tommy donned a dapper bright blue velvet suit with a crisp white dress shirt and a black bow-tie.
Dee looked like a ray of sunshine in a flowing off-the-shoulder yellow gown that featured a high slit.
Inside the event, Kris was seated next to Corey, Dee and Tommy.
Later in the evening, Kris and fashion stylist Law Roach presented Tommy with the most coveted award of the night, the Outstanding Achievement Award.
Known as the British Fashion Awards up until 2016, the ceremony was first established in 1989 in a bid to spotlight those making impressive contributions to the industry.
The star-studded event was marked with a performance from Charli XCX alongside a fashion show.
Idris Elba led a tribute to Virgil, who made history as Louis Vuitton’s first black artistic director, and died at age 41 on Sunday following a secret years-long battle with cancer.
The fashion prodigy, a married father of two, had been privately battling a rare form of the disease called cardiac angiosarcoma. He was diagnosed with the condition in 2019.