Kim Kardashian Models Alexander Wang Mini-Dress Printed With Her Bikini Bod
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2020 has brought many trial times, but for a reality celebrity, the year holds a landmark. October 21st will specifically usher Kim Kardashian into her 5th decade as she clocks age 40. And with her curvaceous figure and status, she’s bet to get numerous gifts.
The SKIMS Mogul’s signature curves had launched a collection, and recently it has indeed earned a classic gift. Taking to Instagram, the lawyer shared snaps of an early birthday present she got from Alexander Wang. The gift – a crystal chain mail mini dress printed with her bikini bod has left her fans stunned while also topping the headlines.
Kim Kardashian, 40, share beautiful snaps of Alexander Wang gift via her Instagram story – a crystal chain mail mini dress printed with her bikini bod
‘I can’t believe that @alexanderwangny took a photo of my body and printed it on a chain mail. OMG. I just walked in, and I looked at what Alex sent me. Check out the f****ing dress. Are you dying? It’s all crystal, and I am excited to put on this.’ Kim, 39, captioned the photo.
The outfit also came with a rectangular silver handbag that featured a credit card print, a matching scrunchy, crystal embellishments, and even a pair of black strappy stilettos. ‘Kim! Happy Birthday to the most iconic body of this generation. What better way to crystalize it. Aw.’ Wang wrote in a note attached to the gift.
While she had nearly fooled her over 190million followers in the sparking skin dress, Kim in the same vein celebrated Mathew M. Williams, a designer who gifted her a long sleeve floor length skintight black dress. ‘Wow @mathewmwilliams. A big congratulations on your 1st @givenchyofficial collection. It’s a beautiful collection and I can’t wait to wear all that’s sent!’
Nevertheless, Kim who recently popped out of a birthday cake as she modeled a silver metallic two-piece has plans to release KKW Beauty’s Opalescent Collection on her birthdate and time – October 21st at 10:46 a.m.