KYLIE Jenner showed off yet another designer outfit – after facing backlash for asking fans to donate to her makeup artist's GoFundMe.
The KUWTK star, 23, posed with an $8,000 Hermes mini-tote and a $5,000 Prada hat inside her custom Rolls-Royce.
Kylie completed her outfit with a printed bandeau top, white pants and white sneakers as she showed off the pink leather interiors of her car.
The reality star's cosmetic page posted the throwback on Instagram alongside the caption: "Happy Sunday!"
It comes just days after Kylie was slammed for Urging fans to donate to her makeup artist Samuel Rauda's GoFundMe – despite being worth millions of dollars herself.
Saumel, 19, had brain surgery earlier this month after he was involved in a horrific car accident.
Kylie wrote: "May God watch over you and protect you @makeupbysamuel everyone take a moment to say a prayer for Sam who got into an accident this past weekend. And swipe up to visit his families go fund me."
His family is asking for $120,000 to help cover medical expenses, and hadraised over $97,000 as of Sunday morning.
Critics argued that Kylie has more than enough money to pay for Samuel's medical expenses herself, and shouldn't ask cash-strapped fans for help.
In addition to asking her fans to donate, Kylie – who is mom to three-year-old daughter Stormi – also appeared to give the family $5,000.
Samuel works as a makeup artist for a number of other stars, including Scott Disick's girlfriend Amelia Hamlin.
According to Forbes, Kylie's net worth is currently $900 million.
She owns a private $72 million private jet and multiple homes, and regularly shows off her $36 million Holmby Hills mansion on social media.
The entrepreneur also has a $12million Hidden Hills compound and went halves on a $13.5mil mansion in Beverly Hills in 2018 with Stormi's dad, rapper Travis Scott.
She reportedly earns $1.3million for one sponsored Instagram post, according to Business Insider.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder has previously been slamming for showering Stormi with luxury presents, including a $12,000 Hermes backpack.
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