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The reason might surprise you.
Last night, Kim Kardashian and her little sister Kendall Jenner stunned when they were spotted on the streets of New York looking like they were headed to the Met Gala.
But here's the thing: they were headed to the Met Gala – or were pretending to be, at least.
Apparently, the stylish celeb sisters were filming a cameo for the upcoming Ocean's 8 movie strarring Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway and Rihanna, among others. They're reportedly set to appear in a Met Gala scene, but we'll have to wait until 2018 to watch their big-screen debut.
Kim wore a sheer gown and furry topper from Givenchy's Fall 2010 Couture collection. Practically vintage!
Kendall went for a lacy gown by Elie Saab from the Spring 2016 Couture runway.
The year is off to a chic start for Kendall, Winnie and Bella.
Only RiRi could make sweatpants look this good.
At this point, we can't keep calling Rihanna's outfits unexpected if the style chameleon always wears something surprising and amazing. Who else would think to pair a bubble gum pink hoodie and matching sweatpants with a bright green trench coat?
This look is the perfect comfy-cool combo for a wintery weekend, though you might want to pair it with heeled ankle boots instead of Rihanna's open-toed Tom Ford sandals. Her Burberry python trench coat and Vetements x Champion sweatsuit however, are ideal for a chilly Canadian weekend.
Feeling the powder pink look? Shop a less pricey version from Topshop, just in time for a weekend of catching up with your Netflix account.
The Louis Vuitton Silver Lockit necklace
In 2016, Louis Vuitton partnered with UNICEF to help vulnerable children around the world. This year, as a promise to children affected by disease, natural disasters and conflict, Louis Vuitton designed the Silver Lockit pendant ($600) and bracelet ($500), available at Louis Vuitton stores worldwide and online. For each sale of the Silver Lockit, $200 will be donated to UNICEF. A single donation can provide six First Aid kits, 45 mosquito nets or 25 fleece blankets.
Louis Vuitton also kicked off the #MAKEAPROMISE campaign. Inspired by childhood "pinkie promises," the brand is encouraging others to snap a promise of their own on social media. On January 12, Louis Vuitton will host the first #MAKEAPROMISE Day at stores around the world (including Toronto's Bloor Street location) to raise funds and awareness for the campaign. To date, Louis Vuitton has raised $2.5 million for UNICEF initiatives.