Kardashian didn’t destroy Marilyn dress: proprietor

Kim Kardashian didn’t harm the Marilyn Monroe dress she wore to the Met Gala in New York, the gallery that claims it said Thursday, after fans grumbled the outfit had been torn.

Kardashian blew some people’s minds last month when she showed up at the occasion in the skin-tight dress the screen alarm wore to entertain then-president John F. Kennedy on his birthday in 1962.

However, a Monroe memorabilia gatherer griped for this present week the dress had been torn, and distributed what he expressed were when pictures showing missing precious stones and tears by its latches.

Los Angeles-based historical center Ripley’s Believe It or Not! pushed back Thursday, saying the truth star-turned-business visionary had not influenced the outfit.

“Kim Kardashian wearing the ‘Cheerful Birthday’ dress has been very controversial, however the reality stays that she didn’t, in any capacity, harm the piece of clothing in the short measure of time it was worn at the Met Gala,” the gallery said on its site.

“From the lower part of the Met advances, where Kim got into the dress, to the top where it was returned, the dress was in a similar condition it began in,” said Amanda Joiner, Ripley’s Vice President of Publishing and Licensing, who cared for the dress on the day.

A report on its condition written in 2017 says: “some of the creases are pulled and worn. This isn’t shocking given the way that sensitive the material is.”

Around then there was at that point “puckering at the back by the snares and eyes,” the exhibition hall’s site said.

Kardashian, who supposedly started an eating regimen to have the option to get into the dress, has offered no open remark on the contention.