Kim Kardashian has proved she’s the copycat during her time at the Cannes Film Festival. She wore a Balmain dress to Kanye West’s film premiere last night that had already been seen on three other Hollywood stars in recent months. Zoe Saldana was pictured in a full length version of the embellished design at a Miami screening in August and model Alessandra Ambrosio donned it November a Victoria’s Secret party.
Kim Kardashian was spotted in Cannes wearing the dress that was worn by three celebs previously.
Very unflattering! Yes, Kim is beautiful and has a sexy, curvy body. But the problem with her is that she’s VERY short. Even if she gains five extra pounds she’ll look as if she gained 20. She really needs to stay fit and maintain a small figure since she’s got a large bust and ass. Also she needs clothes that accentuate her waist, minimize her hips and lengthen her legs. If not, she’ll look like a whale! It’s an unfortunate issue for short, curvy people.
Sure, there were slight variations in detailing and decoration on each design, but the metallic effect and plunging neckline made them all look alike.
It’s the second time in as many days that Kim has paraded a familiar look. On Tuesday she attended P Diddy’s party in a Emilio Pucci dress already seen on Gwyneth Paltrow months earlier.
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