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Thursday, 9 May 2013

Givenchy- Kim Is The Most Beautiful Pregnant Woman I Dressed In My Career

                                        The cochair of the Metropolitan Museum of Art event, fashion's biggest night of the year, said he thought Ms Kardashian looked 'amazing,' in his maternity design.

Givenchy designer, Riccardo Tisci, the man behind the floral outfit Kim wore to the MET Ball has come out to publicly defend Kim after funny man Robbins Williams weighs in on her outfit that he thinks he wore it better as cross dressing octogenarian nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire, from his 1993 hit,"Mrs Doubtfire".

He tweeted a photo of himself from his 1993 hit wearing a similar look, along with the caption,"I think I wore it better.


Who wore it best? Robin Williams tweeted this side by side of photo of himself as Mrs Doubtfire and a pregnant Kim Kardashian at the Met Ball
Hehehehe; Who wore it better?
Williams wore the look to play an elderly British nanny in the hit 1993 film, which costarred Sally Field
Williams wore the look to play an elderly british nanny
Meanwhile Givenchy designer, Riccardo defended the look saying,"I think she looks amazing. She was the most beautiful pregnant woman i dressed in my career". Kim's look was all his idea and being that He is friends with Kanye, he decided to chose the floral print because according to him,"when you celeberate something, you give people flowers".

Man behind Givenchy: Mr Tisci also dressed Debbie Harry, Beyoncé and Rooney Mara
Givenchy Designer; Riccardo Tisci
Meanwhile Kim shows her bare baby bump on the cover of US Weekly

Full glory: Pregnant Kim Kardashian shows off her baby bump on the cover of Us Weekly
Pregnant and Proud
 It seems Kim have finally made peace with the Knowles sisters, or maybe the sisters were just being nice. Whichever is the case, Kim was picture with Beyonce and Solange when they met at the MET Ball.

Kim, Beyonce and Solange
                                                                                                                

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