victoria’s Secret supermodel and ex-angel Karlie Kloss made a commitment last July 2018 with her partner, entrepreneur Joshua Kushner, with whom she had a relationship since 2012. Four months later, on November 18, 2018, the couple celebrated their wedding. intimately and announced that soon they would celebrate this link with their best friends. However, the promise has been waiting until this weekend in June when, at last, they have been able to relive they are yes, I want along with these closest friends. And they did it with a very unique party in Wyoming whose theme was the Wild West and in which the dress code triumphant was the country aesthetic.
The singer Katy Perry, the actor Orlando Bloom or the fashion expert Derek Blasberg are some of the known names that accompanied the couple in such a special celebration eight months after their wedding. The latter has been one of the main spokesmen who have made this event known to all its followers and has revealed some of the details that accompanied the event. “May your marriage be as intense and lasting as my hangover this weekend,” he comments wryly.
Accompanying this jocular phrase, a photo album that collects some of the moments of this celebration. Images that show us two very different images of the couple during this weekend. On the one hand, Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner followed a country- inspired aesthetic. Mainly, it is the supermodel who opted for the traditional image of the wild West dominated by denim fabric that has a shirt and pants that combine different shades of blue in patchwork.
At night, the couple changed their image and opted for outfits that recreated in an informal way the traditional looks of bride and groom. For him, he wore a blue jacket and a light shirt; and for her, a white dress with openwork and Bardot neckline, by Jonathan Simkhai. A very favorable choice and according to the occasion, but that moved away from the nuptial image that he gave us during his wedding.
On November 18, 2018, Karlie Kloss opted for a white dress princess line that featured lace body with three-quarter sleeves, V-neck scalloped on the word of honor, and skirt with volume to be the companion of a lace overskirt with a long tail. A creation by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior that combined with a tulle veil of classic style.