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Kendall Jenner wore heels worth Rs 46,000 that were not visible

Kendall Jenner stepped out for a Chaos Magazine event in London wearing a bright yellow, long-sleeved mini dress by Dundas and a pair of 'naked' heels.

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Kendall Jenner walked in optical illusion shoes. (Source: dundasworld/Instagram)

Known for her gorgeous looks and experimental sartorial choices, American model and television personality Kendall Jenner was recently seen in Chaos SixtyNine Issue 2 launch event in London this week, walking around barefoot. Or, at least, that’s what she wanted it to look like.

She picked up a pair of clear acrylic heels by Yeezy for the event, which basically stole the show for appearing almost invisible. See-through, PVC styled with a lucite heel, her shoes were specially designed to trick the mind into believing she was not wearing any shoes at all.

If you were wondering how much she had to shell out for her ‘naked’ heels, it cost her $650, that would be around Rs. 46, 302. For the rest of the look, Jenner wore a long-sleeved bright yellow mini dress by Dundas that was made of textured silk. The dress featured an asymmetrical, draped design and a snakeskin print.

Check out some of the pictures here.

Earlier this month, on her birthday, Jenner was spotted in a grey turtleneck sweatshirt teamed with a pair of blue jeans. She layered her outfit with a bright green Saks Pott belted overcoat. The foxy forest coat from the brand’s latest collection featured significant fur detailing at the cuffs and lapel. It upped the ante of her look and added an oomph factor to the ensemble.

She further combined it with Yeezy x Adidas Wave Runner sneakers and statement sunnies. Keeping her make-up minimal, she rounded off her look by styling her black tresses in a messy updo.

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