Little Women star Florence Pugh wore this sheer Barbie-pink tulle number to a Valentino runway show (which kicked off massive backlash online) but we think she looks divine.
As she later wrote on Instagram: “Why are you so scared of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying... Grow up."
Who could forget this iconic see-through Adam Selman gown decorated with 216,000 Swarovski crystals to the CFDAs in 2014. It's no wonder she was picking up a Fashion Icon Award that night, though the dress did cause controversy - Not that Rih cared!
“Could you imagine the CFDA dress with a bra?” she later told Vogue in a 2016 interview. “I would slice my throat. I already wanted to for wearing a thong that wasn’t bedazzled. That’s the only regret I have in my life.”
Then, in 2022, she showed the world that the trend looks just as good on pregnant bodies, rocking this sheer lace dress over a black lingerie set for a Dior fashion show in Paris. She later revealed it wasn't originally meant to be such a naked look, but we're glad it turned out so see-through.
“To me that dress is actually the closest thing to maternity clothes that I’ve worn so far,” she told Vogue, revealing that she and stylist Jahleel Weaver decided to remove the lining of the lace gown at the last minute.
The Jennifer's Body star was in her MGK comback era in 2022 when she showed off her unreal figure in this barely-there Mugler number. Not only did she look incredible, it marked the start of her return to fashion icon status.
It's not quite as naked as some of the other gowns on this list, but we couldn't overlook Zendaya's custom Balmain dress at the 2021 Venice Film Festival. It fit her perfectly, which shouldn't come as a surprise given it was specially created using a clay cast model of her bust, to ensure every detail would sit perfectly.
Wearing a mask with your boobs on display? Iconic. Bella Hadid left nothing to the imagination in this sheer, sparkling blue number at the Christian Dior Haute Couture masquerade ball in 2017. We love the men's style boxers underneath as a subversive touch.
Let's just get this out of the way: Kendall Jenner loves a naked dress. One of her most edgy wins was in this tiny piece by Alexandre Vauthier at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. Not only did she look divine, it was just the start of her love affair with barely-there fashion.
Kendall Jenner (again)
Just hours later she stepped out on the Cannes red cerpet in this floating number straight off the Schiaparelli couture runway and her nipples were on display once again.
Not that anyone was complaining - the model looked divine in both outfits and is clearly comfortable with going braless, once saying: "It’s sexy, it’s comfortable, and I’m cool with my breasts. That’s it!"
Kendall Jenner (yet again)
It wasn't her first foray into naked dressing either, as Kendall had worn this glittering backless La Perla piece to the Met Gala in 2017. Kendall told Allure at the time: "It’s pretty sexual but, yeah, it’s cool... I always like something that’s a little controversial."
Speaking of the Met Gala, Beyoncé showed off her famous figure in this sheer floral gown created by Givenchy in 2015. She looked divine, though we weren't so sure about how her unique footwear choice would age. Not so well, it turns out.
You simply can't have a naked dress list without Emily Ratajkowski. She aced the Met Gala's 2019 "Heavenly Bodies" theme in this cut-out gown by Dundas. Her toned figure and angelic headpiece were the talk of the event. There's really nothing else to say about it - it speaks for itself.
She's one of the most iconic supermodels of all time - and has shown off her skin in more than one naked dress through the years - but in 2019, Naomi reminded the world that you can still rock the sheer trend at 48 in this show stopping haute couture gown by Valentino.
It certainly could have been more naked without the nude slip underneath, but J.Lo deserves an honourable mention for the chic sheer style she wore back in the '90s. Who knew it would be inspiring so many red carpet looks decades later?
Could this be the most iconic naked dress of all time? We'd like to think so. Rose McGowan stopped everyone in their tracks at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards when she arrived in this dress, which featured a mesh front and just a few strands of fabric across her backside.
We all remember the headlines, but Rose later revealed the dress was something of a personal protest for her, after allegations of sexual assault against convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein.
“It was my first big public appearance after being sexually assaulted,” she told Yahoo!. “I just felt like, ‘Oh Hollywood, would you want a body just that you can use and throw away? Then I’ve got one for you!’ It was like at the end of Gladiator when he comes out and he’s like, ‘Are you not entertained?’”