Kylie Jenner brushes off lion dress backlash as she turns heads in racy bondage-style dress

Kylie Jenner appeared as the ultimate vixen on her way to dinner in Paris as she wore a bondage-style outfit on Wednesday night.

The 25-year-old showed off quite the tantalizing look wearing a black fitted dress by Lado Bokuchava, constructed with a high front slit and cut-out panels across the chest with large buckle fastenings.

Kylie amped up her sultry look as she modelled deep red eyeshadow and matching lipstick, and sported a pair of tall black heeled boots with black mesh gloves to finish.

The reality star shared more photos of her bondage-style ensemble on Instagram, as she captioned: “midnight in paris”.

Kylie’s risqué dress comes after she received backlash for another striking look she sported earlier this week in the French capital at Couture Fashion Week.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder arrived at the Schiaparelli Spring Couture 2023 show wearing a black floor-length dress from the collection that had a giant lion’s head attached to the chest.

Though the shocking piece was revealed to be made out of manmade materials, fans were left in uproar as they declared that the ensemble was “not a fashion statement”.


One person said on Instagram in response to Kylie’s outfit: “Not cool, might be faux but it’s still promoting animal abuse. Animals should NOT be an accessory.”

A second commented: “Very disturbing! These are our beautiful animals that should be living not used as trophies”.

A third said: “Unbelievably irresponsible. The lion, snow leopard and wolf may not be real on these clothes.

“But glamourising endangered animal parts in the name of fashion is unforgivable. WILDLIFE IS NOT FASHION.”

Another added: “So WRONG ON SO many levels. NO!”

Despite the heavy backlash, animal rights organisation PETA gave a different opinion as they spoke to OK! about the look this week.

Vice President of Programmes Elisa Allen told us: “These fabulously innovative three-dimensional animal heads show that where there’s a will, there’s a way – and Kylie’s look celebrates lions’ beauty and may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lion families are torn apart to satisfy human egotism.

"Next up: PETA urges Kylie to extend this creativity to exclude sheep shorn bloody for wool and silkworms boiled alive in their cocoons. We encourage everyone to stick with 100% cruelty-free designs that showcase human ingenuity and prevent animal suffering."

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