Interestingly, Kim isn't wearing her wedding ring in them, so it's not clear when they were taken!
She lucked out though because
Elsa Schiaparelli is not for the faint of heart!
The rather outrageous designs of the resurrected fashion house have only been worn a handful of times so far, by women willing to take the risk.
The menswear-enthusiast chose a feminine frock from the S/S 2014 couture collection in a rich maroon hue embellished with light blue polka dots, which also matched her pale blue pumps.
The unusual dress also featured elaborate draping detail on the hips and a low-cut back!
Striking, to say the least!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
Whoa, talk about a metamorphosis!
Tilda Swinton is an undeniably talented actress perhaps best known for the uniquely glorious and occasionally androgynous look she sported throughout her long cinematic career, but now she's taken a turn for the…
Her pixie cut was gone, her skin tone was a few shades darker than we've ever seen her — the 53-year-old basically underwent a soccer mom makeover!
Ch-ch-check out before and after pics (above) and let us know which Tilda you prefer (below)!
Trainwreck and new-look-Tilda will hit theaters next July.
We should've seen this coming!
Who else but Tilda Swinton would be the first to wear Schiaparelli Couture?! She's a true fashionista!
The actress attended the premiere of The Grand Budapest Hotel at the Berlinale Film Festival yesterday, and chose a debonair look from the brand new spring couture collection.
She was like a sophisticated pirate in the black suit and ruffled white blouse, but the piece de resistance was definitely her feathered sandals!
Those things were something else!
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How come Tilda Swinton looks good all the time?
Even in this cowgirl/prairie-inspired Chanel pre-fall outfit at the Chanel Couture S/S 2014 presentation in Paris today, she kicked butt!
It could almost look silly with that star print and the fringe on the skirt and that neckerchief! But somehow, it all worked.
Maybe it's the way she carries herself and owns the heck out of her outfits.
We don't know but we'd like a lil' of whatever she's got, please!
[Image via WENN.]
Nooo! This is one injustice even Captain America can't fix!
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho has, by most accounts, put together a marvelous movie about a dystopian future with a FIERCE cast of A-list American actors.
There's only one problem, Harvey Weinstein won't let anyone watch it! Not anyone on this continent, at least!
Snowpiercer is getting spectacular reviews and Bong Joon-ho keeps sending his film to film festivals in North America, trying to let more people see it, but The Weinstein Company owns the distribution rights over here and is apparently "forbidding" any screenings until