Oscars fashion may have been spectacularly bland (save Jennifer Lopez's half-nip slip), but imagine the potential if the sheer dresses on the Milan fall 2012 runways were shown earlier. At Blumarine, a long-sleeved white gown fit for a bride featured panels of iridescent sequins strategically placed across the bodice and hips, and Salvatore Ferragamo showed a gauzy black chiffon tea-length dress with abstract gold lamé appliqués. Finally, Peter Dundas at Emilio Pucci closed his show with a series of gowns that would (will?) be perfectly at home on a red carpet — one long see-through black dress with sparkly black diamonds in all the necessary places. Yes, they'll probably be worn with sheer linings sewn in, but some starlet out there must be willing to take the risk.
Defense Bill Deal Delays Sexual Assault Vote
Outfit of the Week: Warm, Wintry Colors
Eyelid Art Is the New Nail Art
- Defense Bill Deal Delays Sexual Assault Vote
- Outfit of the Week: Warm, Wintry Colors
- Eyelid Art Is the New Nail Art
- The Cut’s Advent Calendar: 16 Days to Go!
- Michelle Obama Got a Farrah Fawcett Hairdo
- Why We Can't Let Men Off the Hook on Housework
- Lab Rat: Are Honey Masks Terrible and Sticky?
- Nicki Minaj Got a Boob Cake for Her Birthday
- The Cut’s Fashion Secret Santa: Simon Doonan
- Obstinate Seal Traps Newlyweds on Remote Island
- Amy Adams Didn’t Do Boob Tape in American Hustle
- Joanna Coles Lets Her 36-Year-Old Assistant Blog
- Beyoncé Wears Cow Print, Displays Sense of Humor
- Best Bet: Property Metallic Sack
- Selfie Yearbook 2013: Celebrity Superlatives