The Family Equality Council's Impact Awards, held annually in Los Angeles, celebrate the public figures and organizations making a positive impact on LGBTQ families and communities. At the 2017 ceremony on Sunday evening, one Kim Kardashian was in attendance to present an award to TV producers (and real-life partners) Jonathan Murray and Harvey Reese, the former of whom cofounded the production company behind "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." For the occasion, Kardashian wore a white, strapless Rick Owens gown — which has, unsurprisingly, already sold out online — and jewelry by Beverly Hills-based retailer XIV Karats.
We might be used to seeing Kardashian in more statement-making looks (see: barely-a-dress dresses and matchy-matchy Vetements moments), so to see her in a simple, sleek column gown is quite the sartorial palate cleanser — and indicative of how her style has been evolving in recent months. But with simple gold hoops and an edgy lip ring, she proves you don't need to wear bodycon lamé to be sexy. On the beauty front, bronzy shadow (courtesy of longtime artist Mario Dedivanovic) and a purposefully messy ponytail by Andrew Fitzsimons kept everything feeling, well, really freaking chic.