The Most Controversial Woman Dresses On The Red Carpet
The red carpet at award manners is one of the most top visible places on Terra, with millions watching the rivalry of the evening unfold on television & online.
For this very reason, the famous person guests are at the mercy of their outfits, and while an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction will ne’er go unnoticed, at a similar time, some celebrities thrive on the platform.
From dresses made of meat to naked dresses made of, well, not much, we chart the most controversial red carpet dresses of the whole time.
Wearing a customized barely-there robe designed by Adam Selman, which conjointly, incidentally, comprised of a total of 216,000 Swarovski crystals, it’s fair to mention that the CFDAs 2014 was pretty much owned by Rihanna.
Wearing not much else, however, a matching hat and flesh-toned pants, RiRi’s daring dress was topped off with a fluffy stole.
The resent during a long line of stars to don a barely-there ensemble for the red carpet, RiRi conjointly picked up the Fashion Icon Award on the night, too.
At a 2001 awards bash in Los Angeles, Christina Aguilera went for an unforgettable combo of chopped peach velvet and what can only be represented as a plume of fluff for hair extensions. Yep. This really happened.
At the 2015 Grammys, Madonna’s leather and lace mini dress with basque, fishnets and leather gloves caused quite a stir. However, that was before she rotated and revealed even a lot of the dress’, erm, information.
Ah, another classic within the controversial red carpet outfits Hall Of Fame. This asymmetric purple catsuit with matching sex organ pastie place Lil’ Kim firmly on the map at the 1999 MTV Music Awards.
As Bjork’s swan dress at the Oscars has had a bit of a bashing over the years, you have got to hand it to her that even within the age of barely-there dresses, this is still one of the benchmarks for wacky/shock price red carpet dressing.
Carmen Electra was another 90s stars to experiment with the side-less robe…..
However, who remembers this back-to-front tux classic from Celine Dion at the 1999 Oscars? Well, we have ne’er forgotten it. Totally matching with white hat, this extremely was one of the strangest red carpet outfits in recent memory.
However, who could forget Toni Braxton’s mere slip of a dress designed by Richard Tyler at the 2001 Grammys?
When Rose McGowan came across the MTV Awards in 1998, there was no blending in with the group for her when she turned up in, arguably, the most naked dress of stripped costumes.