Vera Wang to Design Kim Kardashian’s Wedding Gown

When questioned over the past few weeks by reporters as to who would be designing the gown for her up and coming wedding to  fiance Kris Humphries, fashionista Kim Kardashian has remained more or less mute on the subject, telling reporters that she has not yet decided. Well it looks like Kim came to a decision sometime before yesterday afternoon when she was spotted browsing Vera Wang’s Madison Avenue boutique and later stepping out with the designer for some one on one time. While Wang is no stranger to celebrity brides, having designed gowns for Victoria Beckham, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Mariah Carey, many speculate that it was the gown she designed for Kim’s sister Khloe’s 2009 wedding to LA Lakers star Lamar Odom that convinced Kim to go with one of Wang’s designs.

So now that Vera Wang appears to be the official wedding gown designer for the Kardashian family, speculation has turned to what Kim’s dress should or could look like. World renown designer Micheal Kors who spent some time with Kim last week while the pair filmed an episode of Project Runway together, had a few insights to offer reporters from People Magazine. “When a woman has her own personal style and if you’re as beautiful as Kim, it’s all about a frame – frame a gorgeous picture” Kors was quoted as saying prior to the filming of the episode. When asked if there was any particular feature he would like to see accentuated on Kim for her big day Kors’ response was “Definitely skin. When you have Kim’s skin, you want to see more of it.” Kors also added that “Hopefully it’s clean, sleek and simple. But dramatic, because she can pull off dramatic looks.”

Whatever the gown will end up being, we wont have to wait long to find out. Kardashian and Humphries have confirmed that they already have a wedding date in mind. They have not yet given the exact date or location but they have narrowed it down to some time in early August and sources close to the pair report that they have been touring private estates in Los Angeles looking for the right venue.

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