The original wearer of the naked dress? Marilyn Monroe. She was known for wearing dresses that made you wonder “am I seeing something I’m not supposed to see?” on several occasions, most notably in Some Like It Hot and when singing Happy Birthday to President Kennedy in 1962.
Wild dressing may be a tricky look to master, but a handful of celebrities have managed to pull it off in more recent years: From Joan Crawford’s bejewelled, ethereal creations in the 1920s and 1930s, to Jane Birkin’s thrilling mini dresses in the 60s and that transparent metallic slip dress worn by Kate Moss in 1993.
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