Definitive statement: Kim Jones turned heads at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards 2019. Are we even surprised? As she posed languidly against the event's chic, ivy-covered photo wall, we couldn't help but take the time to find out exactly which Dion Lee-tagged pieces she wore—and, trust us, you'll be perfectly pleased at our discovery.

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Inventive styling has always been a hallmark of Kim's look, so here's yet another genius trick to cop from her: Try wearing the Stripe Rib Twist Dress...backwards. You read that right.

TRY: Dion Lee Stripe Rib Twist Dress, P22,904, global.dionlee.com

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To add a touch of boudoir luxe, she cinched the figure-skimming knit frock with the Vein Lace Corset.

TRY: Dion Lee Vein Lace Corset, P26,223, global.dionlee.com

Forget not, of course, the season's stilt du jour! No other strappy sandal is getting as much well-deserved attention as this pair from the cool new Bottega Veneta. Don't say we didn't warn you.

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TRY: Bottega Veneta Sandals, Greenbelt 4

You're a stunner, Kim!

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