Kim Kardashian and Nicole Kidman Dial Up the Glamour at Second Annual Caring for Women Dinner

Kim Kardashian and Nicole Kidman are stepping out for a good cause at New York Fashion Week.

Kim Kardashian and Nicole Kidman Dial Up the Glamour at Second Annual Caring for Women Dinner
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On Wednesday, Kardashian, 42, shared a series of snaps of herself and Kidman, 56, at the Kering Foundation's second annual Caring for Women Dinner on her Instagram Story. 

In the first photo, the duo smiled and held hands as they posed in their Balenciaga gowns for the star-studded dinner, which was held on Tuesday at high-end event space The Pool in New York City.

While SKIMS founder Kardashian glittered in a pink form-fitting dress embellished in crystals, actress Kidman donned a light blue gown featuring layers of chiffon bows. She teamed the look with long black gloves and wore her hair in a sleek ponytail.

“@balenciaga babes @nicolekidman,” The Kardashians star wrote alongside the picture.

In a second shot, the pair posed on a stairwell and Kardashian showed off her incredible figure in the sheer gown with its long train as she looked over her shoulder at the camera. Meanwhile, Kidman flashed a huge smile as she glanced over at Kardashian. 

The Big Little Lies star also posted a carousel of photos from the evening on her Instagram with the caption, “Gorgeous Night ???? #CaringForWomen So happy to be a part of it!”

As well as a number of shots featuring Kardashian, Kidman also shared a snap with attendees Salma Hayek Pinault, Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz, along with French actress Isabelle Huppert. 

The event was co-chaired by Hayek Pinault and her husband, French businessman François-Henri Pinault, plus Oprah Winfrey and activist Malala Yousafzai among others. Other famous famous in attendance included Karlie Kloss and Olivia Wilde.

According to a press release for the Kering Foundation Caring for Women Dinner, the fundraising event raises money to benefit non-governmental organizations that support survivors of gender-based violence. 

The funds raised were expected to go towards the Malala Fund, the National Network to End Domestic Violence and the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault.