Kourtney Kardashian's semi-sheer catsuit featured Leonardo da Vinci's famous Renaissance painting

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February 08, 2019 05:00 PM

Kourtney Kardashain just made a bold style statement at New York Fashion Week.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 39, stepped out with close friend Simon Huck in N.Y.C. on Friday decked out in a bodycon, semi-sheer catsuit that features a print of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous “Mona Lisa” painting.

Kardashian’s eye-catching ensemble was put together by her stylist Dani Michelle, who completed the look with a leather Helmut Lang trench coat, chunky The Row combat boots and Celine sunglasses.

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Kardashian and Huck spent their day visiting Disney’s Mickey: The True Original Exhibition in Chelsea, a limited edition pop-up celebrating 90 years of Mickey Mouse.

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Earlier in the week, Kardashian joined her sister Kim Kardashian West at the 2019 amfAR Gala, where the pair sported two very revealing (and coordinating!) all-black outfits.

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Kardashian’s Versace style featured a scoop neckline that came to a point in the center and pushed up her cleavage. The dress also included thick shoulder straps and a thigh-high slit, which allowed the reality star to flaunt her toned leg with black pointed heels.

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Meanwhile, Kardashian West wore a Versace design as well, but hers showcased a bit more cleavage and featured high-high slits on its side.

Kardashian also used her trip to N.Y.C. to advocate for cosmetics reform during an appearance on Today Thursday morning.

“It’s toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, it’s products that everybody basically uses,” the star, who addressed Congress with the Environmental Working Group (EWG) for more regulation in April. “Deodorant and makeup, even kids’ products. So when I first started using lotions and picking out what I thought was the best products for my son, come to find out they had so many harmful chemicals that are known to cause cancer.”

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