Kendall Jenner and Dangerous Bunny put a really refined spin on their couple type this weekend. The pair have been seen arriving for a dinner date at 4 Charles Prime Rib in New York Metropolis in matching elegant all-black ensembles.
The supermodel and up to date Harper’s Bazaar cowl star wore a reasonably black midi gown with flared brief sleeves, a V neckline, and a flirty excessive leg slit for the event. She paired it with shiny black pumps with chunky heels, a black leather-based clutch, and thin black rectangle sun shades.
Dangerous Bunny additionally dressed up for the night, coordinating with Jenner in a smooth black go well with, crisp white gown shirt, and black leather-based boots. He then added his personal spin on the dapper look, accessorizing with a navy blue Yankees baseball cap. He moreover tied a black scarf round his head—mimicking an outfit he wore a number of days in the past.
Final Wednesday, the “Tití Me Preguntó” rapper additionally wrapped a head scarf round his Yankees hat whereas out with Jenner. The remainder of his outfit included a semi-sheer striped white button-down, large blue denims, shiny black footwear, black sun shades, and a brown Gucci monogram pouch.
Jenner, in the meantime, went with a minimalist look: a silky cream-colored button-down with just a little shimmer, which she left largely unbuttoned and wore with smooth straight-leg pants cinched on the waist with a black leather-based belt that includes a golden buckle. All three items got here from Mango, a model she’s worn a number of instances earlier than. She completed the stylish look with shiny black pointed-toe heels, a slouchy black leather-based shoulder bag, and small hoop earrings.
Rosa Sanchez is the senior information editor at Harper’s Bazaar, engaged on information because it pertains to leisure, style, and tradition. Beforehand, she was a information editor at ABC Information and, previous to that, a managing editor of movie star information at American Media. She has additionally written options for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, amongst different shops.