We bring you the craziest and most scandalous fashion statements from our Slaylebrities.

By Harper’s Bazaar

Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne officially shed her Disney roots after wearing this extremely sexy Alexander Mc Queen gown, featuring daring sheer paneling

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Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski's Gravity defying Julien Mc Donald dress understandably attracted interest at the US Harper's Bazaar icon party this september

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Bella Hadid

The Alexandre Vauthier Red satin dress that Bella Hadid wore for the 2016 Cannes Film Festival will go down in history. The ensemble featured a built in body suit to ensure that nothing slipped out.

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Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is a long term fan of the Barely there dress as demonstrated this year when she wore a vintage John Galliano sheer mini to the MTV VMAs

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Beyonce proudly asserted her sexuality in a sequined sheer dress by Givenchy at the 2015 MET ball. However the gown reportedly wasn't her first choice - on the way to the event, she apparently saw what other guests were wearing and decided to scrap the red dress she had chosen and made her driver turn back so she could wear the Givenchy number instead

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus never one to shy away from an attention-grabbing outfit, dressed as a sexy buzz lightyear for the 2015 MTV VMAS


Rihanna always surprises with her original approach to style, but the sheer bejewelled dress she wore to the 2014 CFDAs shocked more than most. Part Josephine Baker, part Sphinx, the pop star teamed the look with a glittering turban, a fur stole and a nude thong to hide her modesty. Rumor has it that she chose the dress to show ex Boyfriend Drake what he was missing.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has worn a slew of bold looks over the years, but the meat dress she selected for the 2010 MTV VMAs still remains the most famous. Made using raw beef, the dress was worn as a protest against US governmental restrictions placed on the rights of gay soldiers.

The Duchess of Cambridge

It's unlikely that the Duchess of Cambridge would wear such a daring dress today( she prefers a full-skirted midi look now) but in 2002, she bravely took part in St Andrews University fashion show wearing a sheer knit tube dress. It was apparently the outfit that wooed Prince William.

Courtney Love

John Gallianos 2000 Dior collection caused controversy after he said that the offering was inspired by the homeless- cue ripped, dishevelled looking clothes and jewellery made from empty whisky bottles and bits of rubbish. Courtney Love naturally was one of the first to model the range at the 2000 Golden Globes.

Jennifer Lopez

The jungle green Versace dress that Jennifer Lopez wore to the 2000 Grammys represented a turning point in Donatellas Versace's career. It received International acclaim, especially after the singer revealed that she wore garment tape to ensure it stayed in position.

Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley upstaged her then boyfriend Hugh Grant at the premiere of Four weddings and a funeral wearing a daring Versace dress, held together by safety pins


Back in 1992, Madonna made her catwalk debut by Jean Paul Gaultier at his amFar extravaganza wearing nothing but a tube dress and the frame of the bra. "I was supposed to wear a top and Jacket like Jean Paul's, but at the last minute I decided it was better to go out topless." She said on the night.


Paving the way for Sheer Dresses around the world was Cher with her 1988 Oscars dress. Designed by Bob Mackie, the ensemble broke red-carpet boundaries forever.

Josephine Baker

So technically not a dress, but Josephine Baker's banana girdle from her famed 'banana dance' caused her to become an overnight sensation when she moved to Paris on the 1920s.

Marchesa Casati

The Italian heiress Marchesa Casati was known for her wild parties, pet cheetahs and bold sense of style which included occasionally slipping on live snakes as necklaces. For a 1922 party she wore a dress that may have inspired Rihanna's CFDAs look: a net of diamonds by worth, with a gold- feather sun headdress set against a diamond tiara. Even her fringe was covered in jewels and glitter.

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