Kim Kardashian looked fantastic in her green velvet wrap dress from the front, but from behind it was unfastened and quite literally busting at the seams.
Kim Kardashian, 31, was at Fred Segal in Santa Monica on Tuesday evening for her Midori Makeover Parlour event when she experienced her frock’s fury.
Luckily, Kim Kardashian had her momager Kris Jenner on hand to do a quick inspection of the gown before allowing her famous daughter to walk the red carpet – face front, of course.
Kim Kardashian looked fantastic in her green velvet wrap dress from the front
With her shiny dark locks swept to one side, Kim Kardashian finished off her evening look with neutral make-up and a pair of gold stiletto heels.
The most famous Kardashian had tweeted a picture of her substantial cleavage in the dress while en route to the sweet melon liquor event, calling herself a “Ghostface Killa”.
Kim Kardashian’s dress was unfastened and quite literally busting at the seams from behind
“So excited for my @DrinkMidori Makeover Parlour event tonight! #Midorimakeover,” Kim Kardashian tweeted to her 16.2 million followers.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star then shared a picture of three styles of green acrylic nail art, asking her fans to pick Kim Kardashian’s manicure makeover.
It was an ironic post since the brunette bombshell, who turns 32 next month, had already visited her favorite Beverly Hills nail salon earlier Tuesday for a manicure and pedicure.
“Back in LA for a few hours! Feels good to be home, even for this short time!” she wrote after landing at LAX.
Only yesterday, Kim Kardashian was strutting around Miami Beach with her sister Kourtney in her usual thick make-up.
While her older sibling – who recently gave birth to her second child Penelope – rocked a white T-shirt and shorts, Kim Kardashian opted for something more attention grabbing, sporting a plunging white swimsuit and a gold belt.
The sisters have been busy filming a new season of Kourtney & Kim Take Miami in the Florida sunshine.
The pair will be working on their Dash clothing and accessories shop which they have branches of in both New York and California.
Celebrating George Enescu’s 130th birthday anniversary, an important classical music festival in Europe, George Enescu Festival 2011, will take place in Bucharest, Romania, from September 1, until September 25.
Its 20th edition will also include performances held in Cluj-Napoca (central-western Romania), Sibiu (central Romania) and Timisoara (western Romania).
A large number of world’s leading orchestras and conductors will be present at this biennial event along with great names in Romanian music and nation’s emerging composers. The legacy of the great Romanian composer, George Enescu, is the core of the festival since it was founded in 1958.
Along with Enescu’s compositions, works by Shostakovich, Constantin Silvestri, Dinu Lipatti, Glazunov, Mahler, Bruckner, Liszt, Mozart, Dvořák, Prokofiev, Walton, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Mahler, Wagner, Vivaldi, Chopin, Bach, Schumann, Brahms, Prokofiev will be interpreted.
Prestigious world’s orchestras, conductors and soloists will perform at George Enescu Festival 2011.
Romanian Athenaeum is the main venue of George Enescu Festival 2011
The Residentie Orkest and Christian Badea, the London Symphony Orchestra with Nicola Benedetti, the Mariinsky Orchestra and Valery Gergiev with the Academic Choir of the Romanian National Radio Society, the Staatskapelle Berlin and Daniel Barenboim, Franz Welser-Möst and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with Midori, Vadim Repin and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra with Zubin Mehta and Yefim Bronfman, the Orchestra Sinfonica dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and Antonio Pappano, the Orchestra National de France and Danielle Gatti with Hélène Grimaud, Denis Matsuev and Han-Na Chiang will perform during “Great Orchestras of the World” series.
“We have a very strong programme, which includes many fascinating contemporary works this year. This is a significant feature of what we are doing to develop our audience for new and existing compositions. The exciting thing is that foreign as well as Romanian artists are bringing their perspectives and ideas to new Romanian music. The Festival will also explore symphonic music from countries not usually associated with it, such as Tunisia, India, Japan and Palestine, in our new ‘World Music’ series.” said Mihai Constantinescu, the Festival’s Manager.
George Enescu Festival 2011 will also have another new series “Music of the 21st Century”.
Fourteen concerts from scores for chamber choir and string quartet to compositions for live instruments and electronic sounds will be played. A recital of new pieces from Iancu Dumitrescu’s Hyperion Ensemble (complete with music by Ana-Maria Avram and Dumitrescu himself) and performances of Guillaume Connesson’s Concerto for cello and orchestra and Cornel Ţăranu’s Remembranza (In memoriam George Enescu).
“In addition to its 21st-century strand, the Festival intends to unite young Romanian composers with their international colleagues for a day of workshops.“ said Constantinescu.
The Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Venice Baroque Orchestra, Il Complesso Barocco and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Boris Berezovsky, Ian Bostridge, the Fine Arts Quartet, Angelika Kirchschlager, Gidon Kremer, Murray Perahia, Yundi and Christian Zacharias will be also present.
The concert performed by Residentie Orkest of Hague in the opening of George Enescu Festival 2011 will be broadcasted on the Internet on September 1.
The George Enescu International Competition for piano and violin and the Award Gala will also be available for live watching on www.tvr.ro/festivalenescu/
The Independent mentioned the George Enescu Festival 2011, along with Verbier Festival, Bayreuth Festival, Festival D’Aix-en-Provence and Festival de Saint-Denis as important cultural events made more popular through the live streaming technology.
George Enescu appeared as conductor with Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic and others American orchestras, he also conducted Orchestre Symphonique de Paris. Yehudi Menuhin was among his pupils.
He was a composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher. He was born in 19 August 1881 in Liveni, Romania and died on May 4, 1955 in Paris, France, where he is known as Georges Enesco.
Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 in A Major, Concert Overture on a theme in Romanian folk character in A Major, Oedipe opera are some of his compositions that will be rendered at George Enescu Festival 2011.
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