Kim Kardashian’s dress at a fashion show was so tight that she couldn’t walk up the stairs
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Kim Kardashian has taken fashion commitment to another level after she wore a dress that was so tight that she could barely walk in a straight line.
Who needs full mobility when you look like a billion bucks? Kim Kardashian, apparently.
While the reality star made headlines earlier this year for wearing a custom-made dress for Marilyn Monroe that was ripping at the seams, the beauty mogul has proven once again she will do whatever it takes to fit into a skin-tight frock.
The hilarious moment was captured during Milan Fashion Week by Stephanie Shepherd, the former chief operating officer of Kardashian West Brands.
The video shows Kardashian wearing a sheer, floor-length Dolce & Gabbana couture piece with silver stilettos to match. However, once Kardashian faces a flight of stairs, it’s all downhill from here, or should we say uphill?
But the fashionista took the challenge in her stride and ended up bunny hopping up the stairs while pulling herself by the railing.
One of Kardashian’s friends also steps in as she is seen carrying the end of the dress to help her tackle the obstacle course.
At one point, the 41-year-old mutters ‘is there no elevator?’
Kardashian is then seen hastily jumping into the back of a vehicle and then lying flat as she cannot bend her knees.
Honestly, we’re surprised she didn’t break a rib in the process.
Many users were left in stitches as one person wrote: “The little pit pats of her running in the beginning.”
Another said: “Their sense of glamour is a comedy.”
A third person commented: “God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers.”
While model and author Emily Ratajkowski wrote: “Icons only.”
During Milan Fashion Week, Kardashian debuted the SS23 collection she designed in collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana.
While Kardashian didn’t walk in the show herself, an image of her was projected onto the screen showing her fashioning a sequin dress and eating pasta.
According to Elle, models wore primarily black, white and silver looks featuring Dolce & Gabbana’s signature lace, crystal and leopard print details.
And by the look of the runaway, these gowns were thankfully a lot easier to walk in.