When A-listers attend the glitzy Met Gala, they often use their fashion choices to be the stars of the evening, wearing bold outfits that are more dramatic and prettier than their everyday attire. But for Kim Kardashian, the annual red carpet extravaganza is more of an opportunity to play on one of her recurring style traits — namely, her undying love of bodysuits. Over the years, Kardashian has donned many looks that dramatically enhance her figure.
Givenchy maternity dress she wore at 2013) for the “Punk: Chaos to Couture” theme – her first Attending the Met Gala once — is one of the most famous examples. The form-fitting floral-print high-necked gown (with matching gloves) has spawned so many memes that Kardashian told Vogue at Said she “cried all the way home”. “All these memes about me and this couch,” Kardashian said. Even so, there’s no denying that it was a major fashion moment that people are still talking about years later.
Since then, Kardashian has continued to favor dresses that flatter her figure. In 2013, for a “camping” theme, Kardashian wears a custom Thierry Mugler look made of silk organza and dripping crystals (modeled after the one worn by Sophia Loren wet shirt dress) boy on dolphin ). Below, a Mr. Pearl corset further narrows the waist. In 2021, “In America: The Fashion Dictionary,” the Kardashians go viral again: this time in an all-black Balenciaga spandex look she wore on the carpet, covering her from head to toe. foot.
Of course, none was as hotly discussed as Kardashian’s Met Gala look last year, which commemorated the history of American fashion. The star donned a Jean-Louis nude dress that Marilyn Monroe sang “Happy Birthday” to then-President Kennedy at . “Everyone wears sheer dresses now, but that wasn’t the case back then,” said Kardashian of the famous dress. “In a sense, it’s the original nude dress. That’s why it’s so shocking.” Coming to this year’s Met Gala, something tells us the Kardashians are going to rock again.
Below, check out all of Kardashian’s Met Gala looks over the years.