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2°C in London: they dared to wear a transparent dress in the cold night of South Kensington


On December 5, the British Fashion Awards ceremony took place in London. For the occasion, many stars split the freezing temperatures, without opacity.

London's Royal Albert Hall decked out in the colors of the Fashion Awards on December 5.

Organized by the British Fashion Council, the event set out to reward the most outstanding contributions to the fashion industry.

All this, in front of an audience of stars redoubling their stylistic inventiveness, by making transparency the star detail of the red carpets.

Lila Moss, like her mother before her, wore a black openwork dress, signed KNWLS, while model Paloma Elsesser stood out in a creation by Dilara Fındıkoğlu.

Sheer dresses at the British Fashion Awards 2022

In images, in pictures

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The transparent dress, the new “little black dress”

Slowly but surely, transparency is inviting itself into the locker room of stars.

And the weather doesn't change anything.

Whether it's windy, raining or freezing, the dress that reveals the body is everywhere.

We remember Bella Hadid's birthday party on October 9, where the model, opting for a black lace dress, showed off a matching thong in the streets of New York.

A month later, it was Kate Moss who marked the spirits in London, in a translucent dress adorned with crystals, and with a cowl neck letting her chest escape.

Weddings are not to be outdone, as Camille Charrière demonstrated in 2021, daring the total transparent look for her bridal outfit (a lace dress signed Harris Reed, revealing La Perla panties).


In video, unreal moment at Fashion Week: model Bella Hadid gets a dress sprayed on her body:

Source: lefigaro

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