Proving the power of the Jenner sisterhood, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner totally stole the show at the 2015 ESPY Awards last night.
Sauntering onto the red carpet and throwing their best pouts at the cameras, the glamorous duo had us torn between which dress we were drooling over most.
Kendall went for a sexy black illusion-panel Alexandre Vauthier gown with sheer long sleeves and a flowing train, styled with black sandals and her signature sleek, straight locks. Vampy.
While sister Kylie pulled out all the stops in a gold sequin Shady Zeineldine dress that boasted a chic high neck and hugged her figure perfectly. That one wouldn’t look out of place at the Oscars…
The 17-year-old finished off with gently tousled waves (back to black, BTW), and a subtle shimmering gold eye with lashings of mascara. Ultra elegant.
But don’t think it was just the Jenner sisters, who were there to support Caitlyn Jenner who received the prestigious Arthur Ashe Courage Award, who were representing that night.
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian were all there too, but didn’t walk the red carpet.
Kim posted a few moody selfies before hitting the event, showing her looking slightly more pared down than usual (we like it), working a simple teased-up bun, bronzy, smokey make-up and a gorgeous Alexandre Vauthier dress (just like Kendall) with pearl shoulders.
Khloe and Kourtney arrived together, and the whole clan gathered backstage for a cute family picture in honour of Caitlyn – and in the wake of their split, Koutney’s ex Scott Disick was noticeably absent.
‘All black had to change to match’, Kylie captioned the image after trading her dazzling gold dress for black leather to complement her fam. LOL.
Brody Jenner got people talking, however, for only sharing a photo of the Jenner family exclusively, no Kardashians allowed.
‘I see you @iam_objxiii trying to photo bomb our family photo’, the former The Hills star wrote.
But of course, the night was about Caitlyn, who gave an emotional speech on stage upon collecting her award.
‘It is an honor to have the word ‘courage’ associated with my life, but on this night, another word comes to mind, and that is ‘fortunate.’ I owe a lot to sports. It showed me the world. It’s given me an identity,’ she told the crowd.
What a night.