Karlie Kloss Flaunts Abs in Grace Ling See-Through Blazer, Bralette and Pants

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Whether she’s strutting her stuff on the catwalk, walking on the red carpet, or having a stroll around town, Karlie Kloss always manages to look flawless.

On Monday, the 29-year-old supermodel joined Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski on the red carpet at the Museum of Modern Art for WSJ Magazine’s 11th Annual Innovator Awards.

Karlie Kloss heads to Museum of Modern Art for WSJ Magazine’s 11th Annual Innovator Awards on November 1, 2021Karlie Kloss heads to the Museum of Modern Art for WSJ Magazine’s 11th Annual Innovator Awards on November 1, 2021 (Credit: Mega / WENN)

Never one to keep it safe when it comes to style, Karlie showcased a daring take on the classic suit trend.

Styled by Steven La Fuente, she wore a three-piece look from Singaporean designer Grace Ling’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection, featuring serious yet playful designs with clean forms, lines, and silhouettes.

Joshua Kushner’s wife opted for the $1,600 “Square” blazer made from wool gabardine with silk chiffon and Bemberg lining.

It has square shoulders, front hook closures, and a revealing sheer square cutout on both the front and back that allowed her to showcase her flat abs and sexy back.

Karlie Kloss flashes her abs and cleavage in Grace Ling sheer-paneled blazer, bralette, and high-waist pantsKarlie Kloss flashes her abs and cleavage in Grace Ling sheer-paneled blazer, bralette, and high-waist pants (Credit: Mega / WENN)

Underneath the daring outerwear, Karlie wore the $350 Vertebrae wired bralette that has the designer’s signature sculpted biomorphic “vertebrae” metal trim at the front.

She paired the look with the $890 peek open-thigh high-rise pants with a flap on the sides that can be worn open to reveal the see-through sheer paneling.

Karlie Kloss' Grace Ling Square blazer has a see-through square-shaped mesh paneling on the front and backKarlie Kloss’ Grace Ling Square blazer has a see-through square-shaped mesh paneling on the front and back (Credit: Mega / WENN)

Adding some sparkles to her black ensemble, the mom-of-one accessorized with a selection of large diamond-encrusted earrings from New York-based jewelry designer Ana Khouri, including a “Joana” ear piece, a “Briolette Delphine” ear piece, and a “Briolette Delphine” ear cuff.

She also wore an Ana Khouri Diamond “Phillipa” ring with an oval diamond and carried her stuff in a gold-framed black clutch.

Karlie Kloss wears a slick side-parted updo and smokey eye-makeup with eyeliner and pink lipstickKarlie Kloss wears a slick side-parted updo and smokey eye-makeup with eyeliner and pink lipstick (Credit: Mega / WENN)

Looking radiant, Karlie Kloss pulled her tresses back into a sleek side-parted updo, care of hairstylist Harry Josh.

Makeup artist Hung Vanngo glammed her up with subtle smokey eyeshadow, mascara, and Estee Lauder Pure Color Envy Hi-Lustre lipstick in 210 Bold Innocent shade.

To complete her stunning all-black look, Karlie wore black stockings before slipping her feet into a pair of Manolo Blahnik open square-toe heels.

Karlie Kloss completes her chic all-black ensemble with stockings and Manolo Blahnik sandalsKarlie Kloss completes her chic all-black ensemble with stockings and Manolo Blahnik sandals (Credit: Mega / WENN)

Two months earlier, the 29-year-old model joined Carolina Herreras’s creative director Wes Gordon at the 2021 Met Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Karlie looked stunning in a red ruffled Carolina Herrera dress with a long train, black Christian Louboutin Iriza heels, and De Beers Jewellers earrings.

Wes Gordon and Karlie Kloss attend the 2021 Met Gala benefit "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" at the Metropolitan Museum of ArtWes Gordon and Karlie Kloss attend the 2021 Met Gala benefit “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021, in New York City (Credit: MEGA / WENN)

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