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Kyle Richards Smolders in a Plunging Crystal Flame Midi Dress on the Red Carpet
The RHOBH cast member wore a dazzling David Koma number with a thigh-high slit for the Halloween Ends premiere.
When Kyle Richards steps onto a red carpet, you know she’s going to be bringing a killer look. Some recent proof: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member’s belted tulle minidress at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards in December, color-blocked black-and-white caped gown for the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party in March, and her wide-leg strapless jumpsuit with a blazer and Gucci belt at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards in June. And on October 11, while attending the L.A. premiere of her latest film, Halloween Ends, the actress gave us yet another jaw-dropping red carpet ensemble.
For the event, which was held at the TCL Chinese Theatre, Kyle stunned in a plunging David Koma midi dress with a crystal flame-shaped neckline and a thigh-high slit ($2,595). She added black-and-silver peep-toe heels and silver hoop earrings to complete her outfit. She wore her hair (sans bangs) in a deep side part with cascading loose waves (styled by hairstylist Angel), and her glam, which was done by makeup artist Pamela Brogardi, included smoky eyeshadow and a shiny pink lip. A black manicure added the finishing touch.
In recent years, as Kyle has reprised her role from the iconic 1978 film Halloween for 2020’s Halloween Kills and now Halloween Ends, she’s tweaked her look to mimic her original character’s. In September 2019, she debuted a fresh chop with bangs while out in L.A. In October of the same year, she joked on Instagram, “I can’t believe I have this exact haircut right now,” next to a photo of herself as a little girl. In 2020, she addressed fans’ reactions to her Halloween-inspired haircut.
“People who watched The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Wednesday had very strong feelings about my bangs,” Kyle shared in an April 2020 Instagram Story. “They either loved them or they hated them. Twitter hates them. Instagram mostly likes them.”
She continued, “I, personally, am very glad they have grown out especially after watching that show. I really hope that I don’t do that again.”