Is it just us, or have the Kardashian-Jenner clan been absolutely smashing the holiday looks lately? Yesterday, we hyped up Kylie's cute handmade bikini, and today, it's all about Kim Kardashian's incredible knit dress.
The mogul and reality star posted what looks like a holiday snap yesterday with the cryptic caption, "It's not for you to understand." She might be referencing what's going on with her divorce, but can we please just talk about this amazing dress?
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Kim is wearing a custom 'Freshwater Pearl Dress' by Namita Khade - who, believe it or not, is currently a fashion student at CSM. The talented young designer refers to her exquisite pieces as "knitwear experiments," and she credited stylist Veneda Carter with dressing Kim in this look.
The dress features two of SS21's hottest trends (criss-cross straps and unique cutouts), and the sandy 'greige' shade is going to be big for summer, too. How pretty are the delicate pearl drop details?
It's a huge deal for the Kardashian-Jenners to wear pieces by smaller or more independent designers, if you think about it. With their millions of followers, they have the undeniable power and global style influence to launch a young designer's career overnight - so we'll always shout about it when we see it. (Kylie's bikini yesterday was hand-crocheted by a young designer - three cheers for them using their platforms to champion small female-owned businesses.)
Here's the gorgeous look:
Speaking to Because Magazine about how her Indian heritage has influenced her designs, Khade said, "It’s a part of who I am, I’ve been born and raised in the north-west of the UK and most of my relatives are in India." She continued, "With the stark contrast of the traditional lifestyle of my relatives’ vs living in a city like London, bringing those elements together has always felt natural to me."
Here's a closer look at the dress from Khade's Instagram:
We love to see it.
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