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Saving the distances, in a way The Hamptons, a beautiful area of beautiful towns located on Long Island, in the state of New York in the United States, is the American Ibiza. Because it is the meeting place on weekends, but especially in summer, for many of the American celebrities. It is your retreat, a corner full of glamor and luxury where you can disconnect. They who can. And precisely there, one of the great festivals of this summer period has just been celebrated with Kendall Jenner and Karlie Kloss as protagonists.
The duo of models stayed to celebrate together – and with many more people – what they have called the ‘818 day’, a party to honor (and promote) the 818 tequila brand, owned by Kim Kardashian’s little sister. Both were the center of the party, with permission of this drink, along with their party looks for a summer night.
Kendall jenner elegy for the event a vlime green midi dress with cut out details on the chest and on the back. With short sleeves, the body is very tight to mark the silhouette and is full of gathers. It is completely close to the body in the area, especially at the waist while the skirt is a tube type. She completed the look with a pair of gold hoops and cream slingback heeled sandals with a square toe.
For the beauty look, she opted for wearing the nails in tune with the olive green dress, an elegant bow combed back, and makeup that enhances the brunette.
For its part, Karlie kloss chose a Jacquemus midi dress. It is a blue design from the firm’s SS21 collection. It is made with elastic fabric that wraps the figure and marks the silhouette, a boat neckline and has adjustable brown straps that create a fun and elegant game. It is long-sleeved, with openings to insert the thumb so that the length reaches the knuckles, and creates a set of vertical lines that give texture to the body, skirt and sleeves. Its price is about 540 euros. The model combined it with nude strappy sandals with a sensible straight heel.
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