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Lala Kent Wore a "F--king Insane" Spider Web Gown to 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
The Vanderpump Rules beauty finished out her awards season in a stunning web-inspired gown "with a little leg action."
Lala Kent's awards season slayage has officially come to an end. Over the past several months, we have seen the Vanderpump Rules stunner show up and show out in a series of show-stopping red carpet looks, including a head-turning red velvet gown that belonged to her grandmother. She donned her final awards season ensemble for the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party: a glorious, glittering gown that was, in Lala's words, "f--king insane."
Lala shared a few shots from Hollywood's biggest night as she headed out on the town with fiancé and movie producer Randall Emmett. Randall has had Lala on his arm around the world as he promotes and collects accolades for his work on the Netflix film The Irishman. Of course, Lala has been more than prepared for the spotlight thanks to her killer wardrobe (and stylist to the stars Alexandra Renee).
"Alright...we came out and got dressed up. I even gave a little leg action," Lala joked en route to her home after the Vanity Fair shindig. "Lasted one hour. Done with it. Take me to bed."
Naturally, Lala wasn't totally done with her beautiful asymmetrical J'Aton Couture frock with a spider web-inspired beaded pattern and super high-cut thigh slit. Her Old Hollywood-esque large, blonde waves and bold brow were just part of her evening magic.
"That is a wrap on awards season. I lasted at Vanity Fair for one hour. This dress is f--king insane. Like I would give this dress more than just one moment. I mean, c'mon... how stunning. I think I'm going to wear this dress again. I think I'm going to WEAR IT AGAIN," she confessed as she popped her hips for added effect. We agree... we stan a repeat look.
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