Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are engaged! And in true Kimye fashion, the proposal happened in extravagant Hollywood style.
A stadium exclusively rented just for the occasion? Check. A 50-piece orchestra and a huge screen flashing “please marry me” in the background? Check and check. The Lorraine Schwartz ring with an insanely opulent 15-carat diamond was all but a natural part of the lavishness, and when Kanye presented it to Kim, it was already expected that fireworks would explode in the sky. No expense was spared for the proposal, and you know what that means for us here on Your Next Dress: no expense would be spared for the wedding, particularly the wedding dress.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian at the Givenchy spring 2014 RTW fashion show held during Paris Fashion Week in France on September 29, 2013
It’s time to place your bets on who you think will design Kim Kardashian’s wedding dress this time around. Or should we say wedding dresses? Something tells us Kanye will try to top everything in Kim’s 10-million-dollar wedding to Kris Humphries, including the three Vera Wang dresses Kim had as outfit changes.
Do you think the designer will be …
Ricardo Tisci seems to be Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s favorite designer. Givenchy makes really chic couture wedding dresses, so we know they can outfit Kim in something much better than the Couchdashian dress.
Dresses from the Givenchy spring/summer 2014 collection
This is a long shot, but Kim and her sisters are obsessed with coolness of Celine.
Looks sent down the Celine spring/summer 2014 runway
If Kim wants both frill and fashion for when she walks down the aisle, Lanvin is the go-to label.
Lanvin spring/summer 2014 dresses
Or maybe Kim might do a Kate Middleton and go for Alexander McQueen. Agree or disagree, Kim is often touted as Hollywood’s equivalent of royalty, and was compared even more to the Duchess of Cambridge when they got pregnant almost at the same time last year.
Looks from the Alexander McQueen spring/summer 2014 runway
Everyone falls for the romantic femininity of Valentino.
Valentino spring/summer 2014 dresses
We don’t know why Kim doesn’t wear Elie Saab that much, but she should start doing so ASAP. All those sexy cuts, flowing silhouettes, and wild animal prints fit Kim Kardashian to a T.
Elie Saab spring/summer 2014 dresses
If we had to narrow it down to one designer, we’d choose Stephane Rolland for Kim Kardashian, no question. This designer’s look-at-me dramatic flair is Kim Kardashian.
A billowy dress from Stephane Rolland’s fall 2014 haute couture collection
Dresses on the Stephane Rolland spring 2013 couture catwalk
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