Kim Kardashian attended the WSJ Magazine’s 2021 Brand Innovation honor at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on Monday night. Wearing a tight leather dress from her Skims clothing line when the zipper on the back of the dress unzipped.

Kim’s world-famous bottom was nearly revealed in public as the reality star stood up. Friend and fashion designer Kim Jones was there for the assist, though. Jones zipped Kim K. up and she was good to go. Kim took to the stage and, according to Page Six, explained the situation while plugging her own brand.

“I’d like to thank Kim Jones, because I just had a little fashion emergency. Thank god I had Skims under — because this would’ve been a different kind of show tonight.”

Kim then reflected on her role as a brand innovator. She acknowledged that earlier in her career, she made some bad business decisions. She couldn’t have imagined growing into the empire she now represents.

“I just remember 15 years ago when I was starting my career, I could’ve never dreamed that I would have been getting an Innovator award for brands. I mean back in the day, I would’ve been the face of any brand that asked me. I did, like, cupcakes to weight loss pills all at the same time. I would do all of that and then wear shapewear on top — and it’s all contradictory,”

Kim was seated with actress Demi Moore at the Awards ceremony. She’s been back on good terms with ex Kanye West. She owns her California home outright. She’s been awarded for her innovation. It’s good to be Kim Kardashian.

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Michael Perry

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