The Best and Worst Sheer Moments in the History of Celebrity Fashion
Marilyn Monroe was probably the first and most daring of them all. Singing ‘Happy Birthday Mr. President’ to John F. Kennedy’s party in New York wearing a sheer dress about 50 years ago is the opposite of ‘a piece of cake’. And that’s probably the reason naked dresses didn’t become a regular thing in public events until now. Nevertheless, today a completely transparent piece of clothing on the red carpet is not a shocker. Some do it to make a statement against those who claim that women shouldn’t wear anything too revealing, others because they love a designer’s daring creation or they feel risky. Others, of course, to try and drag all the attention to them.