Kourtney Kardashian wears £30 black lace jumpsuit from her Boohoo collection for NYFW show

Kourtney Kardashian wore a black lace jumpsuit from her collection as the new brand ambassador of Boohoo.

On Tuesday night, mum-of-three Kourtney, 43, took her seat on the front row alongside her husband Travis Barker as the reality star's new Boohoo collection made it's first appearance during New York Fashion Week.

She wowed on-lookers wearing a £30 black lace jumpsuit with a faux leather jacket as she gleefully watched the Boohoo X Kourtney Kardashian fashion show.

Kourtney and Travis both sat in the front row as the married couple enjoyed the fashion show, while holding on to a large bouquet of roses.

Kourtney accessorised the outfit with a choker, earrings and gloves and opted for sleek, centre parted tresses.

Travis showed off his chest and neck tattoos as he wore a leather vest with coordinating trousers, a spiky necklace and small framed sunglasses.


The Blink-182 drummer, 46, looked as smitten as ever with the Kardashian during the event beaming at his wife.

When the collaboration was originally announced last week, fans and critics caused a social media meltdown. Those opposing the partnership pointed out the Kardashian's family reputation for excess, while others slammed Boohoo for trying to cover it's sustainable reputation by appointing a global celebrity following public criticism of its environmental practices.

One user said on Twitter: "Boohoo's new sustainability advisor??? This is how you know they don't give a ****. If they cared they'd pick an actual sustainability person instead of a reality TV star. We are in hell. I am convinced."

Another wrote: "Do you think Kourtney Kardashian flew on her private jet to her Boohoo sustainable fashion line meetings?"

Taking to Instagram this week to address people's comments, Kourtney said: "I went back and forth about this collection @boohoo because the first thing I think about when I hear the words "fast fashion" is that it's bad for our planet."

She also confirmed that she was expecting backlash "because the two just don't go hand in hand" but hopes the partnership will end up raising awareness on the "impacts of fast fashion on our planet".

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