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Kyle Richards Dazzles in a Black Cutout Gown at the Homeless Not Toothless Gala
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills OG paired her sophisticated style with a slicked-back wet hair look.
Kyle Richards knows how to rock the red carpet for any event, especially when it’s for a good cause. In March, she wore her daughter Alexia Umansky’s long black gown for the 31st Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party, and more recently, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member donned a striking black top and leather pants to host “A Night of Music” in support of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Over the weekend, Kyle got glammed up again for a special cause that’s familiar to RHOBH fans: the Homeless Not Toothless Gala. For the affair, the mom of four stunned in a long-sleeved black gown with midriff cutouts and bejeweled embellishments by A.L.C. via Olivia Boutique ($1,495). Kyle paired her dramatic dress with long silver drop earrings, smoky eye glam and pale pink lips by Pamela Brogardi, and a slicked-back wet hair look by self-described “hair engineer” Angel.
While Kyle and her castmates have struggled with the foundation’s name in the past, the RHOBH OG was sure to note in an Instagram post ahead of the event that she had “work[ed] on getting the name right" for the gala.
“‘[T]he elephant in the room’ was addressed in a speech last night by [Dr. Jay Grossman] who explained why he came up with that name while we were on our best behavior and listened closely,” Kyle shared in the caption, adding that the foundation “really does incredible things.”
She added how “touched” everyone was by the stories, shouting out her bestie Dorit Kemsley for “bringing attention” to the foundation. “Can’t guarantee I won’t mess the name up ever again but I will keep trying,” Kyle concluded.
In addition to Kyle and Dorit, their RHOBH castmates Garcelle Beauvais, Erika Jayne, Sutton Stracke, and Crystal Kung Minkoff were in attendance — and of course they all looked utterly chic in the process.
We recently caught up with Dorit ahead of the fundraiser for the Los Angeles–based nonprofit that is “dedicated to providing free and quality dental care to Veterans, the homeless, foster youth, survivors of domestic abuse, homeless LGBTQ+ youth, and other disadvantaged populations.”
In a statement shared earlier in April, Dorit — who hosted the event along with Sharon Stone and William H. Macy at The Beverly Hilton — noted how “immediately taken” she was with what the foundation does “for the community.”
She added, “We deeply appreciate everyone who attends this year’s Hollywood Gala and supports our cause, as your generosity helps us achieve our fundraising goals and make a meaningful impact in the lives of so many people in need.”
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