Models ditch undies on catwalk in seriously s@xy ‘no bra club’ trend

Fashion honchos Gucci, Alberta Ferretti and Paco Rabanne showed models in sheer or chain mail tops and dresses without bras, at the recent Milan Fashion Week. One look at Gucci’s Ready to Wear collection appeared in a see-through black fabric, embellished with silver gems and revealing the models nipples. The designers teamed the look with a small black handbag and skimpy black knickers which were also on display. At Paco Rabanne there was a silver chain mail dress made up of tiny chains that linked together so loosely, it looked completely see-through. This little A-line number skimmed the thighs and was styled with silver sling-back shoes. Things were sheer, but slightly more demure over at Alberta Ferretti. One model wore an intricate black lace babydoll dress with a leather trenchcoat draped over her shoulders to cover-up her modesty. And another model wore a black lace floor length number that had strategically sewn beads to cover her breasts – but still not a bra in sight! Naked fashion was equally popular at Paris Fashion Week – as it was sported by various celebrities and models on the runway. Showcasing these looks for the upcoming autumn winter seasons, lithe ladies left very little to the imagination in these teeny, tiny ensembles. Critics are saying it’s a trend set to stay as the fash pack take their inspiration from 90s nostalgia for today’s modern look. Let’s hope the 90s trend for faux fur coats returns with all these sheer fabrics and tiny strappy numbers due to go on sale in the shops ahead of the chilly seasons. It’s also difficult to predict how the braless trend will translate on the UK high-street with your average British woman being a curvy size 14-16, unlike these size zero models in Milan whose breasts need little in the way of support. However it’s a trend that might go down a storm for hot and sweaty parties and clubs – just be sure to have a coat to hand so no-one gets nipped for indecent exposure!

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