Wearing a goth-inspired low cut Atsuko Kudo latex dress with corseted waist, Kendall arrived in a Lyft car and looked transformed in a look that hugged her body perfectly.
She had her hair up and parted down the middle to show off her black choker and cross necklace — and donned thigh-high fishnets and a pair of ridiculously-high black-platform shoes.
Kylie captured the look earlier in the evening, while documenting her Halloween weekend dinner celebration that she threw with her beau Tyga.
There, Kendall appeared to enjoy some of the evenings many themed treats — including a margarita served in syringes with Kendall called “yum.”
Also on Instagram, Kendall shared a spooky image showing off her low-cut look. Her face distorted in the image, she captioned the photo, “stranger things.”
Kendall unleashed the ire of thousands of ballerinas on social media, who complained that Kendall was making light of a craft they’ve poured years of their life into.
Even Abby Lee Miller of Dance Moms fame spoke out, saying she could not support this shoot as, “There are so many amazing dancers in the world … Kendall Jenner is not one of them!”
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The cover girl clapped back to the drama, writing on her blog, “It’s so funny that people are getting pregnant and married—or having crazy drama—but my drama is ballerinas being upset at me!”
“With my Vogue Spain shoot, I didn’t even know I was going to be a ballerina until I went into hair and makeup,” she continued. “I never said I knew ballet and I didn’t practice beforehand. I just show up to do my job!
“I have so much respect for women who do their jobs really well and would never purposely try to offend anyone. It confuses me how people can get that upset when there are so many important things going on in the world. But, it’s obviously not going to stop me from working hard and being me.”