There's no shame in a little self promotion! On November 1, Kim Kardashian wore a brown leather piece from her Fendi x Skims collection to attend WSJ. Magazine's Innovator Awards, where she was one of the night's honorees.
And though the mom-of-four looked great, she revealed during her acceptance speech that she had a slight wardrobe malfunction just minutes prior!
Keep scrolling to see the designer dress she helped create!
While the Fendi x Skims line doesn't drop until November 9, the makeup mogul was obviously able to get her hands on a piece before the public. She paired the sleeveless leather number with brown leather gloves and tan snakeskin leather boots.
The reality star styled her hair back in a sleek ponytail and added some Tiffany & Co. jewels for sparkle.
Kardashian was at the award show to receive the Brand Innovator honor for her Skims line, but before she gave her speech, she gave a shout-out to Fendi designer Kim Jones.
"Thank you to Kim Jones because I just had a little fashion emergency," she revealed. "Thank god I had Skims on, or this would have been a very different kind of show tonight."
According to TMZ, the frock's back zipper came undone.
After getting a few chuckles from the crowd, she thanked the Wall Street Journal for her trophy.
"I just remember 15 years ago when I was starting my career, I could’ve never dreamed that I would have been getting an Innovator award for brands," she admitted. "I mean back in the day, I would’ve been the face of any brand that asked me. I did, like, cupcakes to weight loss pills all at the same time. I would do all of that and then wear shapewear on top — and it’s all contradictory."
"The innovation in fabrics and fit typical to SKIMS paired with the luxury and quality of Fendi may feel unexpected to some people, but the similarities between our creative vision and goals are so closely aligned," Kardashian shared of her latest collab. "It’s that tension that excites me."
Though Skims started out in the shapewear industry, it's since expanded into loungewear, pajamas and other clothing. According to the New York Times, the company is valued at over $1 billion.