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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are married! The couple exchanged vows yesterday in Portofino, Italy, in front of their families, and everyone wore Dolce & Gabbana of course.
And when I say everyone, I mean everyone. The bride and groom, their children, Kris, Kim, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie, all in D&G, all weekend long. While the notoriously public family has previously put social media bans in place for big events, Kourt’s big day was shared far and wide, in real time.
Which begs the question: the Italian designer brand must’ve sponsored the wedding right? Of course, social media users were quick to be outraged, at the fact that a family of billionaires who can clearly afford all the designer clothes should show off their freebies in such a ostentatious manner.
The outcry comes less than a month after Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz’s wedding, which reportedly cost £15m, though the couple imposed a ban on the big day, instead opting for a tasteful Vogue spread. With an unprecedented cost of living crisis happening in the world right now, have celebrity weddings just gone too far?
But back to the Kardashian-Barker wedding…
The bride revealed details of her alternative wedding dress, which was created especially for her. The white mini dress by D&G Alta Moda featured a corset top, embellished with lace, inspired by archival Italian lingerie.
She accessorised it with lace court shoes and fingerless gloves.
What really made it stand out though was the dramatic cathedral length veil which featured a very important detail.
As per D&G, it ‘featured a depiction of the Virgin Mary. The religious iconography, based on one of @travisbarker’s tattoos, was accompanied by the text of ”Family Loyalty Respect.”’
Get the look:
Dolce & Gabbana Lace-panelling Bustier Dress, £1,200 | Farfetch
This D&G number looks similar to Kourtney’s dress, and features lace panelling, a bustier-style neckline, spaghetti straps and a bodycon design.
The groom also worked with the designer duo for his custom black suit, which featured satin lapels and a matching bow tie, which he accessorised with a gold cross.
In fact, the entire Kardashian-Jenner-Barker was dressed by D&G, in various gothic-inspired get-ups. Kourtney’s daughter Penelope, who was a bridesmaid alongside Travis’ two daughters, wore a pale grey tulle gown adorned with red roses.
Meanwhile, her sisters Kim and Khloe looked chic in black lace maxi dresses which blended in seamlessly with the rock ‘n’ roll theme of the wedding.
The ceremony took place at Villa Olivetta, which is part of the estate owned by designer duo Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.
For the occasion, it was decked out in red roses and ornate gold candelabras and furniture. Proceedings were captured by fashion photographer Ellen Von Unwerth.