The Kardashians have landed in Portofino, Italy, for the hotly anticipated union of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, including her sisters Kylie, Khloé, Kim, and Kendall. The big party hasn’t yet taken place, but the fashion is already on display. On Friday night, Barker and Kourtney were joined by their friends and family at Ristorante Puny in their Dolce & Gabbana finest to kick off the festivities.
Kourtney was sexy as always in a hot red ensemble, composed of a tight bodysuit overlaid with a sheer maxi skirt down to her ankles and a faux fur stole. Keeping her outfit monochrome, she accessorized with strappy red heels, and had her hair swept up in a loose updo.
She and Barker sipped wine and shared a little PDA as the cameras flashed. Barker was also in Dolce & Gabbana, wearing a long black jacket in tweed, with no undershirt, and matching black slacks. He wore black sunglasses and leather shoes and seemed completely enamored with his new wife.
The next day, Kourtney went further into bride mode, expressing her goth style with a black veil trimmed in dark blue and a short black dress with an appliqué of the Virgin Mary at the waist. She walked hand-in-hand with her son, Reign, who was wearing a Dolce & Gabbana patterned shirt.
The couple was officially married in Santa Barbara last week in a small ceremony, according to People. An insider told the publication, “They had to legally get married first ahead of their big Italian wedding, which is happening very soon…All the details are set and the whole family, including all the kids, are very excited.”
They also had a playful ceremony in Las Vegas a few months ago, but the entire family didn’t show up for that procession. The coming event will be held on the terrace of a medieval castle on a hilltop in the seaside village and we can expect more stunning looks as the weekend unfolds.
This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io