Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson made her New York Fashion Week debut on Monday, walking the runway at the Evening By Sherri Hill Spring 2014 show at Trump Tower.
Sherri Hill dressed the aspiring model in a black and white prom gown with a full-length, polka-dot skirt and a sleeveless sequined bodice topped off with sheer material.
Sadie Robertson admitted to E! News backstage before showtime that she was “a little nervous -but more excited than anything.”
Sadie Robertson made her New York Fashion Week debut, walking the runway at the Evening By Sherri Hill Spring 2014 show
“I’ve done small [fashion-related] things in Louisiana, but this is New York Fashion Week,” she said.
“This is a whole new ball game!”
Sadie’s great-uncle, Si Robertson, also told E! News that this was definitely his first-ever fashion show – “and it’ll probably be the last”.
And though Sadie Robertson’s Sherri Hill prom dress will be the envy of any girl from any corner of the US, it had to get a very particular seal of approval before she could show it off in front of hundreds of people
The dresses Sadie Robertson models are, of course, “daddy-approved”, Willie Robertson said.
“They have to make it once by me to make sure I give ’em the thumbs-up.”
Kate Middleton’s TOPSHOP dress she wore today at the Warner Bros film studios quickly became a sellout.
The dress was available to buy from TOPSHOP’s online store this morning, but within an hour of Kate Middleton stepping out in the polka dot garment it was out of stock.
Bargain hunting fashionistas rushed to buy the £38 ($59) dress that fits the Duchess of Cambridge even though she’s currently six months pregnant.
Kate Middleton, 31, teamed the black and white dress with a black Ralph Lauren jacket as she toured the Warner Bros film studios with Princes William and Harry.
Kate Middleton’s TOPSHOP dress she wore today at the Warner Bros film studios quickly became a sellout
She has long been a fan of TOPSHOP and has been seen in clothes from the British brand on numerous previous occasions.
Just last month, Kate Middleton wore a £46 ($72) black shift dress from the store with a white Peter Pan collar as she attended the headquarters of Child Bereavement UK with Prince William.
Kate Middleton, who is due to give birth in July, was spotted browsing the rails of one of the store’s London branches at the beginning of March.
On that occasion, the duchess was rumored to have bought a short floral print dress called “Deirdre” that she has yet to be seen wearing in public.
Today isn’t the first time Kate Middleton has caused a spike in sales at TOPSHOP. Back in 2007, long before she was the Duchess, she was still making her mark as a style icon.
When she was pictured out in a black and white patterned tunic from the store it flew off the shelves.
Kate Middleton’s sister, Pippa, is well-known for sharing her sense of style and she’s also regularly seen in TOPSHOP garments. While another high profile fan of the brand is Andy Murray’s girlfriend Kim Sears.
But TOPSHOP isn’t the only High Street store Kate Middleton champions. She also regularly wears clothes from Reiss, LK Bennett and Zara.
Kim Kardashian denied that she wore a shapewear garment beneath the black Stella McCartney dress she was spotted in two nights ago in Paris.
Kim Kardashian, 31, wrote on her blog yesterday: “That’s exactly how I bought it with those nude panels inside. So no Spanx here!”
Despite her denial, the reality star has long proved a fan of shapewear.
Kim Kardashian has been photographed on several occasions flashing versions of Spanx-like garments underneath her clothing.
The nude material, or something very similar to a Spanx product, was spotted wrapped around her upper thigh as she stepped out in a black and white dress for a business meeting in Los Angeles in March.
It had happened just one month prior when the star had been photographed attending a church service.
Kim Kardashian denied that she wore a shapewear garment beneath the black Stella McCartney dress she was spotted in two nights ago in Paris
Although Kim Kardashian may have not intentionally set out to criticize the multi-million dollar brand, Spanx defended its products as a response to her denial.
A spokesman for the company wrote in a letter to Racked.com that its customers should proudly let their “Spanx shape show!”
The statement continued: “Whether it’s a Slimmer & Shine slip or a Stella McCartney dress with a Spanx-inspired liner, we say let your Spanx show.”
Many had assumed that Kim Kardashian had again worn the shapewear, only this time underneath the Stella McCartney dress as a familiar beige garment peeked out from beneath it.
Furthermore, the dress has been spotted without the beige underlay on multiple celebrities in recent times, such as Gisele Bundchen, Kate Winslet and Vogue Japan editor Anna Dello Russo, which further grew suspicion.
According to Kim Kardashian, she received the dress with the beige panel already attached to it.
She said: “I wore this gorgeous polka dot Stella McCartney dress out yesterday and I’ve seen some publications saying I’m flashing my Spanx or control underwear underneath the dress.
“Stella made a full collection with these sheer panels on the side, and this is how my dress came. Xo”
Coco Perez, the gossip website, had first made note of the beige garment beneath the black dress.
The post was titled: That’s Not How You Wear Spanx, Kim.
It read: “Kim Kardashian flashed more than just her underpants in Paris on Monday, she flashed her whole damn Spanx!”