Top model Crystal Renn goes braless for the latest issue of S Moda. Crystal poses for a sexy cover story in an all black Gucci reptile skin ensemble as styled by Empar Prieto and while sporting messy big hair for an overall androgynous look.
Maybe she’s that kind of girl: the kind who pulls you under with her dark eyes. The kind whose frame is slender and lithe, not because she diets or works out but because she’s too busy living life to care about food, always itching to keep moving, to keep dancing or flitting about, as if sitting down for a meal takes too much patience. She…
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Daring, yes - but also soft, feminine, not highly sexualised. There's elegance to the spotted black tulle, the below-knee fishtail hem, the lack of any glamorous makeup. But still this daring sheer top worn as daywear prompts us to ask: is the world ready for such risque street style?
Traditionally it hasn’t been for everyone. There are, after all, inherent risks with a plunging neckline. Some have been dangers of an aesthetic nature, where as others can concern a girl’s modesty. That changes for summer 2012’s fashions – the plunging neckline expands and has options for all, from the sultry to the sporty. After the break we’ll take you through examples of the statement…
Though the paparazzi were probably more interested in her braless use of the sheer fashion trend than her outfit, Lindsay Lohan caught our eye today for her wearing of the boyfriend jeans trend.
Can there be too much of a good thing? Apparently when it comes to this year’s sheer trend, yes. Even for hypermodel Kate Moss, leaving far too little to the imagination can be a tad scary. But more so begs the question: if it looks less-than-perfect on Kate, what about on the rest of us?