The budding runway model Kendall Jenner was one of the many stars that graced the MET Gala 2014 along with her big sister Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" stars were both gorgeous in their gowns but who shined brighter between the two "KUWTK" stars in the red carpet? See Kendall and Kim's red carpet photos here.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala is one of the most awaited fashion events of the year. Celebrities are known to spend their time prepping for the said event in order to get the best look with for the theme "Charles James: Beyond Fashion", according to CBS News.
The soon-to-be-wed couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West looked amazing together especially with Kim wearing a midnight blue Lanvin dress with thigh high slit. It is a noticeable improvement for "KUWTK" star since last year's dress was not such a good choice, according to the Huffington Post. The dark blue and black gown with the low neckline and small waist made Kim look sexier.
However, her little sister will not be pushed aside, especially since she is a show stopper beauty herself with her towering height and slim figure. This is the first MET Gala attended by the 18-year-old model and she chose a light pink gown from Topshop, E Online reports. She looked exquisitely beautiful in the body-hugging fishtail gown.
It was a bonding time for the sisters as they shared pictures of their time in the Met Gala 2014 in their Instagram accounts. Sisterly love overflowed as Kim captioned their photo together with "From getting ready together to experiencing the night I'm happy you were at my side @kendalljenner I love you my model baby!!!"
According to E Online, Kendall documented her experience for LOVE Magazine. The model has been documenting her fashion experience at their site. This may be a great experience for the young Jenner as she may even make it next year with even better choices for the gala. More pictures from the event may be seen on Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner's Instagram account.