Thursday, 25 December 2014

Stars in (Nearly) Naked Dresses

Rihanna

The songstress turned heads (and dropped jaws) in this unforgettable, all-over sheer Adam Selman gown at the 2014 CFDA Awards in New York City. 
Miley Cyrus

The star went for a nude-illusion Marc Jacobs gown featuring a sexy black net overlay at the 2013 Met Gala. 
Jennifer Lopez & Geri Halliwell

Talk about seeing double: Our minds were blown when we realized that Geri Halliwell sported J.Lo's famed Versace frock one month before the star made her iconic appearance at the 2000 Grammys in the dress. 
Rose McGowan

Ah, the naked dress that started it all. McGowan's infamous 1998 VMAs appearance alongside then-fiancé Marilyn Manson has inspired many copycats (see: exhibits A and B) in the years since.
Toni Braxton

Braxton went for a rather, er, floss-y look at the 2001 Grammys.
Amber Rose

The star flaunted her assets in a McGowan-esque naked dress at the 2014 VMAs.
Lady Gaga

Never one to miss out on a body-baring dress moment, Lady Gaga took to the streets of Manchester in a sheer green number perhaps more fit for the bedroom.
Rosalyn Sanchez

The star left little to the imagination in this sheer gown at the 2014 Latin Grammys.
Alessandra Ambrosio

Only a handful of strategically-placed black panels take this Balmain look from scandal to scantily-clad.
Iggy Azalea

The Australian rapper stunned in this lacy, nude-effect Pucci gown at the 2013 VMAs.
Bleona Qereti

The Albanian singer's barely-there fishnet frock and glitter pasties get-up had us saying, "Who the f*** is Bleona?!"
Miley Cyrus

Miley, naked again? No way.
Jaimie Alexander

The Thor: The Dark World actress made a statement at the film's Los Angeles premiere in this ultra-sexy sheer panel illusion gown.
Lily Aldridge

Turns out that the most popular trend at the 2014 CMAs was the nearly-naked dress, as worn by Aldridge, Kellie Pickler and Nicole Kidman.
Alessandra Ambrosio

The model does it again! This time in a hot Zuhair Murad number at the 2014 amfAR LA Inspiration Gala.
Elizabeth Hurley

The British babe's Versace number was only held together by a (number) of safety-pins.


















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