KENDALL Jenner revisited her incredible Halloween costume last year, in which she dressed up as Pamela Anderson in Barb Wire.
The model wowed in the raunchy leather corset, fishnet tights and blond wig in throwback photos from her 25th birthday/Halloween party last October.
Kendall shared a photo of the outfit from behind, showing off her butt in the thong bodysuit, black gloves and leather boots.
Thinking ahead to this year’s spooky celebrations, the KUWTK star wrote: “Gotta figure out halloween.”
Her sister Khloe Kardashian praised the look, commenting: “I will never recover from this!! You are everything and more.”
Kendall had worn the sexy Pamela Anderson costume to her Halloween-themed birthday party at a rooftop bar in West Hollywood last year.
She faced major backlash at the time for hosting a bash with over 100 unmasked celebrity guests during the coronavirus pandemic.
She was slammed after images and a video of an unmasked Kendall blowing out a birthday cake as the masked waiter holding it tried to back away made the rounds on social media.
The controversial birthday party made the hotel’s staff feel “uncomfortable”.
A source who was at the bash exclusively told The Sun: “The staff were under the impression it would be handled safely, no one felt comfortable.”
The insider added that the Kardashians were well aware of the backlash they would receive but “did not care.”
‘UNSAFE AND UNCOMFORTABLE’
They threw the “unsafe” bash anyway, though attendees were asked to take a coronavirus test prior to arrival.
The family had prepared for a wave of heated reaction but chose to throw the soiree anyway at a luxury West Hollywood hotel.
The source said: “They knew this party was going to be a bad look and they did not care. The family was openly talking about it before the party and debating how to best handle it.
“They decided to just go through with it and have a good time.”
SOCIAL MEDIA BAN
The insider continued: “The guests were told not to post anything to their social media to help minimize the backlash but of course it still got out.
“Kris and the entire family were well aware of the LA CDC rules and chose not to follow them.”
Kendall, who enjoyed the party with boyfriend Devin Booker by her side, tried to minimize the amount of people who knew about her party, as a bright orange sign sat on each table that read: “NO SOCIAL MEDIA!
“Take all of the photos you want, but please do not post on social media of any kind.”
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