Barely-there garments have dominated the fashion industry in 2018.
Sheer fabric, low necklines and cut-out clothing have been popular on the red carpet and in stores.
And now, it seems that the trend has hit the catwalk at Milan Fashion Week.
As Italian label Genny unveiled their new collection on the runway, models struggled to keep their bodies covered up.
So would you dare to wear any of these clothes out in public?
With contributions from world-renowned designers like Versace, it’s no surprise that Genny is one of the most famous fashion brands in Italy.
The clothing label made sure it stayed in the spotlight when it debuted its new range at MFW.
Nude colours ran through the line, which also featured plenty of gaping necklines and skin-baring material.
One of the looks that captured onlookers’ attention was a silky floor-lengthed dress.
Even though the frock wasn’t figure hugging, it left little to the imagination.
As a model strut her stuff down the catwalk, her breasts were left completely exposed.
The eye-popping look was styled with a pair of cat-eye sunglasses, a metallic bag and flesh-toned heels.
In keeping with the neutral colour palette, the runway star sported brown lipstick and a basic manicure.
In another deliberate wardrobe malfunction, a second model donned a plunging top.
The cowl-necked number was asymmetric, hanging a lot lower on the left hand side.
Thankfully, the body confident catwalk walker didn’t bat an eyelid as she flaunted her curves.
The revealing blouse was paired with a sheer pair of trousers.
Smokey orange eyeshadow and a pair of gold boots added a pop of colour to the all white get-up.
These aren’t the only dramatic Fashion Week looks that have dazzled in recent weeks.
Dominatrix style and naked dresses were a hit in NYFW.
And The Black Tape Project raised eyebrows by sending nude models down the runway in nothing but duct tape.
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