Thursday, August 11, 2011

Kim K's Wedding!

Hello dears..
Woa it seems i haven't been updating my blog for more than 2 weeks, totally sorry but there's a few personal i have to attend to plus with this fasting month, I've been rather 'lemau' this year than before. i blame the super hot weather and the lack of water i drink during sahur even though i always gulped down 3 glasses of mineral water and 1 cup of tea. anyways, for all muslim, i hope it's not too late to wish 'Salam Ramadhan and happy fasting!'

But what i wanted to blog about today is about this article i came across, which is about what top designer think of the future bride to be reality star Kimberly Kardashian whom is getting married next week on the 20th august should wear to her wedding. First of all, we already know that Vera Wang is designing her wedding gown for her upcoming nuptial and it is still a secret on how her gown would look like but there's no wrong for other designer to fantasies Kim K's sexy curve on their own designs. Let's check them out.


"Kim Kardashian dresses for many roles: businesswoman, spokesperson, and bombshell," says the Watters design team. "We wanted to honor that bombshell in her, so we looked to Old Hollywood for inspiration. We created this washed organza gown that combines a curve-accentuating silhouette and crystal-and-pearl beading with Marilyn Monroe in The Prince and the Showgirl and Audrey Hepburn's iconic evening dress in My Fair Lady in mind."

Kevan Hall

"I wanted to design a gown that takes Kim from the red carpet to the white carpet," says Kevan Hall. To achieve this, he manipulated iridescent alabaster silk duchess satin into a fitted one-shoulder gown with a dramatic spiral hemline.

Alfred Angelo

Alfred Angelo designer Michael Shettel wanted to create a gown that would appeal to Kim's Elizabeth Taylor-esque shape. "The dramatic sweetheart neckline will show off her décolletage, while the hourglass bodice will highlight her tiny waist," he says. "And the elongated drop waist will show off her much talked about 'ba dunk a dunk.'" The satin gown incorporates crystals, rhinestones and metallic embroidery. 

Ines DeSanto

Ines Di Santo designed two dresses in one: "The gown features a detachable train that can be removed after the ceremony, with a short, sexy mini for the reception," she says. The Italian silk satin organza gown also includes cut-out details and Swarovski crystals of diverse sizes embroidered throughout the bodice. 

Claire Pettibone

"Kim has an amazing figure and should show that off for her wedding day, but at the same time, a bit of elegance and delicate details give her a fresh, blushing-bride loveliness," says Claire Pettibone. Through the use of silk charmeuse layered with hand-beaded tulle, silk ribbon roses and scattered leaves, and Swarovski crystal-and-pearl accents, the design is both sweet and seductive. 

Jennifer Salzman

Jennifer Salzman's silk duchess and silk satin-faced organza gown features a structured bodice and trumpet-style skirt. "The neckline and bodice are simple, so she can add her own jewelry, and the skirt has soft feminine draping with a dramatic billowing train, which falls in line with her sensational red-carpet gown choices," Salzman says. "I added clear crystal beads throughout for some sparkle." 

Anne Barge

"I wanted to evoke Kim's high-fashion sense of style and marry it with a gown that screamed bridal, not evening-wear," says Anne Barge. The base of the elongated mermaid bodice is trimmed with ivory French Alençon lace embellished with three-dimensional organza petals and beading. A corsage of trailing lace accents the left shoulder and cascades asymmetrically down the bodice.

What do you think of the designs? Can any of these design beat the one that Vera Wang designs specially for Kim K? We'll just have to wait and see!

Source here.

p/s: Selamat bersahur everyone!


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