Kendall Jenner Stunned in a Black and Gold Dress at Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin’s Wedding

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Kendall Jenner dressed like a supermodel for her friend Hailey Baldwin’s wedding to Justin Bieber tonight. The reality star chose to wear a sleeveless black and gold dress with her hair down with waves. She carried a matching bag with it. Guest David Grutman shared the first images of her look on his Snapchat:

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The outfit is her second look from Baldwin and Bieber’s nuptials. She shared an Instagram video of herself yesterday wearing a white and yellow mini dress while bowling. She was photographed arriving in Savannah, Georgia—which isn’t too far from the Biebers’ wedding venue, the Montage Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina—on Sunday morning.

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Jenner helped plan Baldwin’s bachelorette party and is a good friend of both the model and her singer husband. (Jenner and Bieber were once rumored to have dated, even. Jenner responded to those rumors in late 2014, saying, “He’s a longtime friend of our family. Everybody loves to assume things, but no.”)

Baldwin appeared with Jenner on her Zaza World Radio show on Valentine’s Day this year. She described Jenner as essentially her platonic partner. “I think that she is a great girlfriend and I would know, because we dated. Just kidding,” Baldwin joked, via E!. “But I’ve just seen her go, you know, go through her different experiences in relationships, and I feel like people, because we’ve never really talked about it, people don’t understand it, so like … they may have this idea and perception in their mind that you know, you kind of maybe just like…throw people in the trash. It’s not the truth.”

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