Kim Kardashian nearly stumbles risking wardrobe malfunction as she flaunts butt in tight dress at Dolce & Gabbana show

KIM Kardashian has risked a major wardrobe malfunction as she wore a too-tight dress she couldn’t walk up the stairs in at a Dolce & Gabbana show.

The Kardashian star struggled to climb the stairs in her stilettos and skin-tight red dress as she was forced to hobble up the stairs one at a time.

Kim Kardashian nearly stumbled climbing a set of stairs at a Dolce & Gabbana show


Kim Kardashian nearly stumbled climbing a set of stairs at a Dolce & Gabbana showCredit: Instagram/ chrisappleton1
Kim wore a bejeweled Dolce & Gabbana dress but struggled to walk in the skin-tight ensemble


Kim wore a bejeweled Dolce & Gabbana dress but struggled to walk in the skin-tight ensembleCredit: BackGrid

Kim, 42, flaunted her butt in her bejeweled, red Dolce & Gabbana dress, but the couture fashion came at great risk.

She was caught on video struggling to make it up a short set of stairs, as her hairstylist Chris Appleton filmed the funny moment.

Kim turned around, embarrassed she was caught on camera amid her struggles.

Chris captioned the video: “Back at it,” tagging Kim.


It wasn’t the first time Kim was caught scaling a staircase sideways in Dolce & Gabbana.

Back in September, Kim also showed off a Dolce & Gabbana gown during Milan Fashion Week and was again caught on camera hobbling up steps.

Her gown in the first video was full-length, skin-tight, and silver, but apparently no easier to walk in.

She also attempted bunny hopping up the steps, and even appeared to struggle just walking.

The friend who caught her on video this time also showed Kim having issues hopping up into a car because of her too-tight corset.


Kim was also spotted working against her dress at the Met Gala last spring.

The dress the SKIMS founder wore was the same gown Marilyn wore in the 1960s as she sang to John F. Kennedy.

Kim opened up

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Heidi Klum’s Daughter Leni Attend UNICEF Benefit In Sexy Spaghetti Strap Dress

Photo credit: Daniele Venturelli - Getty Images

Photo credit: Daniele Venturelli – Getty Images

On Saturday, the UNICEF ball in Capri, Italy, saw a lot of celebrity guests and that included model Leni Klum, daughter to the famous supermodel Heidi Klum.

A sense of style seems to run in the family, because Leni showed up wearing an absolutely stunning spaghetti strap dress with a sexy plunging neckline that showcased her décolletage.

The piece was made from a flower lace pattern overlay with a nude slip beneath. The dress ended in a black fringe around her ankles and she paired the dress with a black open-toed, strapped sandals.

She left her long brown hair down and wore a simple makeup look that emphasised her natural beauty.

Photo credit: Stephane Cardinale - Corbis - Getty Images

Photo credit: Stephane Cardinale – Corbis – Getty Images

Leni was born to her famous mother in 2004 with her partner at the time, Flavio Briatore. She was adopted by her stepdad, the musician Seal, in 2005.

The UNICEF event was intended to raise money for children in the Ukraine, and featured a performance from Jennifer Lopez.

The 18-year-old made her debut in Vogue Germany’s January/February 2021 with her mother. She’s already worked with brands like Superga, Michael Kors, and Dolce & Gabbana, walking in the latter’s show in Sicily last month.

She also walked in the 2021 Dolce & Gabbana’s Alta Moda show in Venice’s St. Mark’s Square.

‘I honestly wasn’t that nervous. I sort of just winged it,’ Klum told leni-klum-dolce-gabbana-alta-moda/” data-ylk=”slk:ELLE US;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “ELLE US at the time, mentioning the Swarovski-encrusted crown she wore during her walk.

‘I was scared it was going to fall off, so they ended up sewing it to my hair.’

Leni said the designers handled all the adjustments by hand. She also said she had been wanting to model since she

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We’re all in a Barbie world: The rise of Barbiecore

ndall Becker, a former trend forecaster for Bloomingdale’s, explained that, “Initially, Barbiecore was about coming out of the pandemic. There was an emphasis on party dressing, night dressing, and owning your sexuality [but it has since] spilled into workplace culture and street style with pink power suits. It’s about owning your look. You’re feeling great and you’re feeling empowered.”

Hot pink and shocking fuschia are so in demand that the trend is influencing all sorts of products, from beauty to fashion and even interior design. A clear example would be Valentino’s collection for autumn 2022 in the northern hemisphere, which was centred entirely around pink. Since then, a multitude of celebrities, even men, have been seen wearing head-to-toe pink looks in the media.

So why is pink so popular again and why are consumers buying into it right now?

A declaration of über-femininity

Barbiecore videos began to flood our TikTok feeds back in April and have since garnered more than 13 million views, while the #barbie count has topped 22 billion. However, the first images of Margot Robbie as Barbie were what caused the real frenzy on social media. The movie’s teaser trailer was soon followed by leaked images of Robbie and co-star Gosling in Barbie’s famous ’80s rollerblading outfit, which prompted a trend of people trying to re-create the look.

Pinterest head of fashion Jessica Payne said there has been a huge interest in Barbiecore on the platform this year. Searches for ‘Barbie outfits’ have increased 75 per cent, while ‘pink eyeshadow’ has gone up by 30 per cent and ‘pink lipsticks’ by 60 per cent. Searches for blonde, blown-out hair styles are up 80 per cent.

“We’ve noticed fashionistas on Pinterest look to the iconic blue leg warmers and platinum blonde updos to replicate their own Barbie

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