Kim Kardashian and Kanye West kiss courtside at NBA All-Star Game in Chicago which was shared on the Jumbotron
The rust-toned attire featured an oversized puffer coat coupled with tight-fitting leather slacks at the bottom and pointed, beige boots
Some of the biggest names in basketball tussled at this year's NBA All-Star Game under the guise of Team Lebron and Team Giannis, with the latter winning 157-155.
The annual event held Sunday night at the United Center in Chicago saw Kim Kardashian and Kanye West making a stylish courtside appearance as they sure did not want to miss out on the annual bash, Daily Mail reports. As Kim and Kanye stunned audiences as they took in the game from the front row, they were joined by fellow bigwigs J. Cole, Jennifer Hudson, Spike Lee, Chance The Rapper, 2 Chainz, and some more.
That said, Kim stole the spotlight draped in a cozy monochromatic ensemble for the big game. The rust-toned attire featured an oversized puffer coat coupled with tight-fitting leather slacks at the bottom. She capped the ensemble with nudie, pointed boots.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star dressed her eyes with an array of brown eyeshadow and applied gloss to accentuate her lips. Meanwhile, rapper Kanye could barely keep his hands off his 39-year-old fashion mogul wife as they cozied up in the front row sitting next to rapper J. Cole.
At one point during the game, the 'Kiss Cam' landed on Kim and Kanye, prompting the former to plant a big kiss on her husband's cheek.
Throughout the night, Kim took to social media to share some personal highlights from the game.
She took numerous selfie videos of herself and Kanye as they kept close to each other through the All-Star competition. The couple appeared to be in great spirits as they couldn't keep their hands or lips off of one another. Just before the game commenced, Kim took a photo of Kanye next to American civil rights activist Jesse Jackson.
What's more? She also snapped Kanye as he showed off a pair of his latest Yeezy shoes to one of the night's All-Star players.