Aug 02, 2020
Kylie Jenner Looks Stunning, Racy On The Cover Of Vogue Hong Kong
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Mega-celebrity Kylie Jenner wowed her 188 million Instagram followers with her most recent post late Saturday night. The stunning brunette shared a photograph of herself on the cover of the newly released August issue of Vogue Hong Kong, in which she looked incredibly chic and sultry.
The post garnered almost 745,000 likes and thousands of comments in less than 20 minutes after it was uploaded.
Kylie posed against a white backdrop perched on the edge of a shiny chair that looked like it was formed out of liquid silver.
It featured a wide, rounded seat with curved armrests and a low back. Light bounced off the smooth, polished surface and clean lines of the design.
An intense beauty light spilled over Kylie, which illuminated her striking features and cast faint shadows of her silhouette against the wall behind her.
She wore a deep burgundy dress made from a glossy material that clung to her curves and reflected more light than the chair on which she sat. It was a wrap design with a low-cut neckline that plunged well below her alluring cleavage, revealing the smooth skin of her decolletage.
One half of the dress crossed over the other in the front, and was cinched around her slender waist with a small metal buckle and a long strap that draped against the side of Kylie’s shapely hip.
It featured broad, severely tailored shoulders that transitioned into long fitted sleeves that ended past her wrists.
The texture of the garment formed visually interesting creases that created play between highlight and shadow, which extended across her entire figure.
The skirt appeared to be calf-length in the back, but the bias cut of the hem opened wide in the front, enough to display almost all of Kylie’s bare left thigh as well as a glimpse of the underside of her right.View this post on Instagram
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In addition to a little sexy skin, the seductive design of the dress also showed off a pair of slick, black thigh-high boots.
She relaxed her arms and placed both palms, finger outstretched, demurely on the inside of her legs. Her nails were manicured into an oval shape and painted opaque white.
Her long dark tresses were parted off center and slipped over her right shoulder, grazing the side of her voluptuous bust.
Kylie accessorized with a chunky gold choker with thick links that descended in size as they moved further toward the clasp in the back.
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UT-Austin will test 5,000 people a week for coronavirus and cover out-of-pocket costs for students
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The University of Texas at Austin, one of Texas’ largest universities, will provide all students with tests at no charge and plans to proactively test 5,000 asymptomatic campus individuals a week in an effort to deter outbreaks.
This comes after the university earned the distinction from The New York Times as the leading U.S. college in the number of COVID-19 cases, which could be due to a lack of reporting from other schools. The University of Texas reported a total of 472 COVID-19 cases among students, faculty and staff as of Thursday. The university also found 22 positive cases in its proactive tests, with 823 coming back negative.
The proactive tests for asymptomatic individuals will be deployed by the university and will not be open for individual requests. The university plans to test all of its campus residence hall students by the beginning of September. It will continue to identify individuals or groups on campus strategically to test those at a higher risk of disease spread, as well as random testing. All testing will be voluntary.
The university can test hundreds of symptomatic students using in-house labs and has three rapid testing machines that can provide results in 15 minutes. The university will also continue to conduct voluntary contact tracing through a partnership with Dell Medical School and Austin Public Health.
The University of Texas at Arlington and the University of Texas at El Paso will also provide free on-campus testing. The Texas A&M System will provide free tests across its 11 universities.
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