Met Gala: Kim Kardashian in Givenchy

Posted on May 08, 2013

Fine. We do our best not to shine the spotlight on her unless it warrants it, but let’s just get it over with.


Kim Kardashian attends the 2013 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in custom Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

If you really want to spin out a soap opera here, consider this: Anna Wintour, who pretty much has ultimate control over this event, down to choosing outfits for attendees, has famously refused to invite reality stars and other types of non-celebrity celebrities to the Met Gala and this is the first year Kim’s actually made it through the door. The conventional wisdom is that Kanye insisted on getting her invited, which we suppose isn’t entirely an unreasonable request considering they’ve spawned a future attention whore together. Our thinking is Anna let her come, but insisted she wear this dress, knowing she’d get raked over the coals for it by countless millions of bitches on the internet.

Tell us we’re wrong here.

Look, there’s been a lot of virtual ink and tears spilled over criticism regarding her maternity wear choices, but we have to be honest here. There’s no way for us to argue that this looks anything but awful on her. We’re one hundred percent behind the idea of pregnant women showing off their pregnancy and indulging in high fashion, but we firmly believe that certain looks should be considered off the table by any of her gays, stylists, or other dressing room co-pilots. People need to be steering her away from mermaid skirts and pencil skirts, as well as skin-tight over-busy gowns like this, which make her look like she can’t breath and have us assuming that little Kanye Kardashian Jr. is banging on the walls from the inside and screaming about how he wants a bigger room.

Don’t even get us started on the one who couldn’t bother wearing an undershirt, tie, belt or properly hemmed pair of pants.



[Photo Credit: Getty]

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