Say what you want about celebrities – sure they know how to make everyone talk. And one of the best ways to do the job? Well, through the magic of fashion, of course. When it comes to breaking the Internet through your sartorial choices, there seems to be a clear route for celebrities to go down. The best method to get maximum attention? By getting (almost) naked, of course!
Whether you’re showing some meat, wearing clothes that look more like an optical illusion, bending gender rules, or freeing the Nips, we’ve selected sixty of the most striking celebrity dresses of all time.
At the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show After Party in 2018, Bella wasn’t afraid to go for a chain mail “cover-up.”
The Victoria’s Secret After Party was obviously a rich source of almost naked vibrations, as demonstrated by this Chinese supermodel.
No list of illusory nudes would be complete without Kim – and this look of optical illusion she used for the E! People’s Choice Awards in 2018 is quite special.
In the first of a few appearances on our list, here, Kendall rocks an almost entirely pure gold dress for the 2018 British Fashion Awards.
Jonathan Van Ness.
Demonstrating that men can also make a “naked dress,” Queer Eye’s star looked fabulous at the 2018 Emmy Awards.
Kendall Jenner (again).
In her second appearance, Jenner appears even more nude at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
Showing that you can look naked and classy is the Indian actress, also at Cannes.
The singer is seen every inch of the R&B star of the ’00s, wrapped in diamonds at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.
The comedian, actress and author opted for a semi-pure atmosphere at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards.
The British singer went for an incredibly revealing look to the same event – and it clearly won off, as she took home a prize.
Kendall Jenner (again, again).
At the same Cannes Film Festival in 2018, Kendall showed her nipples again – albeit in a slightly more luxurious dress.
Instead of being “almost naked” through a pure finish, the singer instead go for a shredded effect.