Kylie Jenner Dresses Up Playboy Style For Halloween

Kylie Jenner Dresses Up Playboy Style For Halloween

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Kylie “billionaire” Jenner has never been one to shy away from a good Halloween costume and this year is no different. Besides dressing up her baby Stormi with the same outfit she wore during the MET Gala (which, by the way, made headlines because of how amazing it looked) she still managed to wear a quirky and very sexy Halloween costume this year. Lo and behold, the playboy bunny style.

But it’s not only Jenner who bunnied herself up, with the help of her long-time best friend, Anastasia Karanikolaou, who apparently decided on the playboy style theme managed to create an iconic duo with the lip kit mogul.

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wifey 🐰

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a stas and kels halloween 🖤

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