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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker in matching suits at Emmys 2023

The couple just hit the red carpet together for the first time since welcoming their 3-month-old son, Rocky Thirteen, last year and they weren’t shy about the PDA. The Kardashians star, 44, and Blink-182 drummer, 48, evoked Men in Black and provided some major couple style inspiration — on the red carpet at the 2023 Emmy Awards in matching black suits and sunglasses. They also shared one of their signature passionate kisses for the cameras.

Kardashian put a sexy twist on the classic look by ditching an undershirt, instead pairing the satin-lapel suit jacket with a black lace bra. The reality star elevated the look further by accessorizing with black leather gloves and pointed black heels, and in a move reminiscent of sister Kim’s viral “wet hair” — wore her black tresses slicked back.

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She also ditched her sunglasses on the red carpet, instead opting to carry them, so her smoky eye look was on full display with the rest of her glowy glam. Slated to take the stage later in the evening for a performance, Barker who held Kardashian tightly as they posed on the Emmys carpet styled his suit more traditionally.

The musician wore a simple black undershirt and matching bowtie, as well as a pair of classic black dress shoes. Kardashian’s triumphant return to the red carpet comes less than a month after she opened up to her followers about the difficulties of postpartum dressing in a post debuting her Christmas Eve ‘fit.

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Alongside a photo of the holiday ensemble — a fuzzy, floor-length jacket and bodysuit — the reality star wrote, “When not much in the closet fit yet and the boobs are filled with milk, throw on a cozy coat.”

In other news – Matthew Perry honored with a special tribute at the 2023 Emmy Awards

During the Jan. 15 broadcast of the 2023 Emmys, the late Friends star was given a touching tribute during the in-memoriam segment. Singers Charlie Puth and The War and Treaty began performing a stripped-back version of the NBC show’s beloved theme song “I’ll Be There for You” on stage, while Perry’s photo was the final one flashed during the moving montage.

Perry who died on Oct. 28 at age 54 was remembered alongside more fallen stars over the past year, including Angus Cloud, Angela Lansbury, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, Kirstie Alley, Ron Cephas Jones, and Treat Williams. In addition to the musical performers, Anthony Anderson was on hand for the Emmys as host of the ceremony, with presenters including Tina Fey, Ellen Pompeo, Christina Applegate, and more iconic TV stars. Read More

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