The famous family celebrated their momager's 60th birthday with a Great Gatsby-themed bash in West Hollywood.
There was no shortage of glitz and glamour at Kris Jenner‘s 60th birthday bash. Even Jay Gatsby himself would have been proud.
The matriarch time traveled back to the Roaring Twenties for The Great Gatsby-themed party hosted by her six children at The Lot Studios in West Hollywood, California on Friday.
Instead of a crown, birthday girl Kris stood out from the others with a diamond headpiece by Lorraine Schwartz (who also made her strings of pearl and diamond necklaces) and short black bob.
Daughters Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian were the bee’s knees in their throwback costumes, with the Victoria’s Secret catwalker channeling Daisy Buchanan in her Youself Al-Jasmi flapper dress and Jenny Packham feather shrug, and the single mother of three looking dapper as Jay Gatsby.
Kendall swapped her natural brunette tresses for blonde finger waves, which she decorated with a Jennifer Behr headband that matched her shimmery dress. Eldest sister Kourtney dressed in menswear but kept it glamorous with a dark plum lip and slicked back chignon.
“Gatsby and Daisy,” Kardashian captioned a selfie while en route to the venue.
But leave it to the family’s youngest fashionista Kylie Jenner to put a modern twist on a ’20s signature. The 18-year-old wore a semi-sheer chandelier gown by designer Yousef Al-Jasmi (which took more than 16 days to hand-embroider with 400,000 crystals). She would change into a strapless white gown later in the evening.
Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie, Kim Kardashian West (in Marchesa) and Khlo Kardashian (also in Yousef Al-Jasmi) had been planning the f te for months, a source told PEOPLE.
Among the 250 guests in attendance were Kanye West, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, Tyga, Boy George, Melanie Griffith, Olivier Rousteing, Lisa Rinna and Corey Gamble.
Providing the soundtrack for the epic evening: DJ Cassidy, who kicked off the night with West’s “Good Life,” prompting Kris, Kim and Kourtney to jump on the stage to join West.