Kourtney Kardashian starred in one of the weddings of the year with her eternal lover and now husband Travis Barker.
Although the couple had already celebrated two weddings, one privately in Las Vegas and the second in a civil ceremony in California, this weekend they traveled with their entire family for their third Catholic wedding in Portofino, Italy. During the ceremony, the Kardashian Jenner sisters were seen wearing exclusive designs by Dolce & Gabbana, the same luxury brand that made Kourtney’s wedding dress.
The looks at the wedding of Kourtney and Travis
The wedding had a gothic and extravagant style, just in tune with the place where it was celebrated, the old medieval building Castello Brown Fortress.
The star of the wedding, Kourtney, wore a white satin mini dress by D&G with corset details that defined her lace waist and skirt, as well as a voluminous white veil with tulle and lace.
Meanwhile, the Blink-182 drummer combined his wife’s look with a black two-piece suit, white shirt, black bow instead of a tie, and black ankle boots.
Although the protagonist of the wedding was Kourt, her sisters did the same to attract attention and conquer fans through details of the link and their looks on social networks.
Kim stuck to the goth theme in a black lace maxi dress with see-through details on the neckline and arms, plus a mermaid-style skirt that highlighted her striking curves and small waist.
The Skims founder accessorized the look with a gold and emerald cross choker, as well as a tiny D&G bag and high-top sneakers.
Khloé Kardashian was on another level with her goth-style outfit. And is that the 37-year-old socialite wore a black lace dress with transparencies, dropped shoulders, and a corset-type top that highlighted her worked figure.
The Italian high fashion house’s design featured multiple ruffles throughout the skirt, as well as a gold crucifix belt, translucent black gloves, diamond earrings, and a gold sun-shaped headdress, which evoked the headdress that worn by Blake Lively at the 2018 MET Gala.
She finished off the outfit with a pair of black stiletto heels and a black satin clutch with gold details and a chain of the same material.
On Instagram, she shared photos of other outfits she wore at the after-parties also signed by Dolce & Gabbana.
The Jenners were not far behind in wearing impressive dresses less obvious to the gothic theme. Both Kylie and Kendall wore flowery satin gowns and exclusive D&G jewelry.
Kylie flaunted the figure she has regained after giving birth to her son in a tight gray-green maxi dress with thin black straps.
The design featured pink and blue flowers printed throughout the garment, as well as stiletto sandals.
Meanwhile, the highest-paid model in the industry wore a similar peach-toned dress with printed flowers.
Both wore elegant hairstyles, makeup in shades of bronze that gave a touch of elegance to their faces, as well as diamond jewelry.
Finally, Kris Jenner wore a rosewood maxi dress with embroidered feathers, beige shoes, and silver diamond earrings.
The new generation of the Kardashian Jenner, North, Penelope, and Stormi, also wore clothing from the brand with a gothic style and ultra-luxury accessories.
Dolce & Gabbana sponsored the wedding and the looks
After one of the parties, the wedding planners, who were also employees of the fashion brand, collected all the used clothes that the family wore and that they had exchanged for other outfits of the same brand to continue with the celebrations.
Paparazzi caught D& G staff carrying bags full of used clothing and accessories to one of the brand’s warehouses far from Portofino. After being used, the outfits were put on several boats that departed from the fortress to the shores of Portofino, where a pop-up store was set up just to celebrate the wedding.
According to reports from the Daily Mail, the wedding was organized and sponsored by the brand, since days before the family wore several luxury garments provided by the brand only as part of a contract to promote it.
The tabloid said the fashion house earned millions of dollars in free advertising over the weekend of the wedding thanks to the support the Kardashian Jenner clan gave her by publicly wearing many of her designs.