Clothing designer Robert Mackie blasted Kim K for wearing Marilyn Simon’s dress at the Awards Ceremony adding No one else will be seen in that outfit
Kim K walked the red carpet in the same Jean Dior gown Mary Monroe wore when she sang “Congratulations” to John F. Kennedy,
which was arguably the biggest highlight of the 2018 Gala. Anyone approved that choice, as according to Bob Mackie,
the iconic designer behind some of the most unforgettable outfits in women’s fashion, should indeed be impeached. Mackie, 82, told Sports Weekly,
“I felt that was a tremendous error.” “[Marie] was divine.” A mad divine, but a princess nonetheless. She seemed incredible. Nothing takes pictures like this though.
Mackie’s criticisms are little more than a source of personal taste. He launched his work as a personal secretary to Jean Lambert.
Bob sketched the first concept for the costume at the age of 22, with no idea what the dress’s function was other than to be the first item for Ms.
Presley. No one, not even Mackie, could have predicted that the dress was amongst Marilyn’s least famous (and notorious) events.
Chisholm also expressed worry, shared by many academics, that this may create precedence for superstars adopting historic garb for fast viral occasions.
“There are all the concerns with the actual maintenance of the garment, and things like oxygen can influence a wedding,”
Alicia Monahan, who talked to EW with Mccall as part of TCM’s “The Dress” campaign, said.