Kim Kardashian repeated the image of Monica Bellucci

Kim Kardashian repeated the image of Monica Bellucci
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A week has passed since the engagement of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker , but the family clan continues to share moments from the memorable event. As you remember, the Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana was responsible for the unique and, at the same time, controversial outfits at the wedding.

The brand not only sponsored the long-awaited engagement of the couple but also helped to embody the atmosphere of the picturesque Portofino. However, users condemned celebrities for mocking the Catholic Church, and now the borrowed image of the blonde Kim is under the gun. She shared a series of shots wearing a burgundy velvet corset paired with a similar robe. The sizzling ash beauty wore it over a slimming leotard with a turtleneck, reminiscent of her transformation into a sexy ninja at the Met Gala 2021. As it turns out, the kit was conceived by the Gabbana duo back in 1991, and it wowed fans on the fall runway collection. Moreover, then it was presented by the most burning and famous Italian woman in the world of cinema - actress, and model Monica Bellucci.

Of course, conscious imitation caused a lot of controversy and comments on the network because not everyone appreciated the rethinking in the spirit of the founder of Skims. Maybe the users have not yet forgiven Kim Kardashian for entering the red carpet in that very "Naked dress" of Marilyn Monroe, which, according to many, should have remained part of history. Back in the early 2000s, the world recognized Kim Kardashian as the personal assistant of Paris Hilton, but over time, the talk show star tried on quite a few bright images.

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The beauty loves revealing and tight outfits that emphasize her outstanding forms. But this time, Kim's appearance at the annual Met Gala ball literally erased the former impression of her style. It seems that now she has entered a new era, where there is no trace of the former deliberate sexuality.

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