Bra Trend ~ On the red carpet, exposing a little flesh has never gone out of style; nevertheless, Hollywood celebs are adopting a risky approach by purposely exposing even more skin than they usually would.
At the most recent Cannes Film Festival, Sydney Sweeney grabbed everyone’s attention as she stepped out of Hotel Martinez wearing a silky white slip dress designed by Miu Miu.
The 25-year-old actress of “White Lotus” also showed off a powder blue bra beneath her plain translucent dress, which generated conversation on the internet about this summer’s official fashion trend: the “intentional wardrobe malfunction.”
Olivia Wilde, Charlize Theron, and Scarlett Johansson noticed the trend with their open displays. Still, fashion expert Melissa Rivers told Fox News Digital in an exclusive interview that the style has already left its mark several times.
During the event, which was attended by many famous people, Sweeney and her fiancé, Jonathan Davino, were seen strolling through the lobby of a prestigious hotel in France.
Her slip dress had spaghetti straps that went all the way down to the ground, and it had tiny cups that drew attention to her stylish couture bra.
When the actress from “Euphoria” was making headlines for her head-turning moment, the podcast “Melissa Rivers Group Chat” presenter was delving into the annals of fashion history.
“Dolce & Gabbana did it a hundred years ago,” Rivers said. “They came up with these corset dresses, which became a significant component of the Dolce & Gabbana aesthetic for at least ten years. Therefore, this is hardly some groundbreaking event in the world of fashion.
A few days after Sydney’s daring fashion statement, Scarlett Johansson flaunted her straps while attending the premiere of “Asteroid City” in Cannes.
Johansson entered the red carpet at the Palais de Festivals wearing a custom-made baby pink gown by Prada. The dress had a square shape and a low back.
The classic piece was brought into the present with a white bralette with a peekaboo opening and was visible over the structural hem of her pastel dress. (Bra Trend)
When asked about the era in which D&G’s famous designs were produced, Rivers said, “I don’t know if it was the ’90s or the 2000s, but I think it was the late 90s.”
“I’m sure that if we went even farther back in history, you could go back to the French and English courts, and you would see that they would have the undergarments and the dresses over them. You could see this if we went any further back in history. As a result, you should be aware that “what goes around, comes around.”
At the premiere of “Fast X”, which took place in Rome a month ago, Charlize Theron took lingerie to a whole new level.
Theron changed into a three-piece ensemble by Dior, which included a pair of black hot pants and a duster the same length as the trousers.
While standing in front of the Colosseum while wearing a pair of black shoes, the actress who has won an Academy Award elected to wear a sleek bra top beneath her outfit.
Her sparkling, see-through loungewear from the brand’s spring/summer 2023 haute couture collection was composed of chain mail material.
Kelsea Ballerini, a celebrity in the country music industry, demonstrated her ability to establish trends when she walked the red carpet at the CMT Music Awards in April while wearing her bra straps.
Ballerini made Rivers’ prediction come true by wearing a stunning grey Dolce & Gabbana dress with a corset bodice and a white bustier below it.
Before she started her hosting duties, the singer known for “Hole in the Bottle” told Cosmopolitan, “I’m feeling confident and feminine in the Dolce.”
At a party held after the Academy Awards in March, Olivia Wilde did flash her undergarment.
While attending the Vanity Fair party in Hollywood, the director of “Don’t Worry Darling” decided to leave her top at home and instead displayed a tiny black bra while walking the red carpet.
Wilde changed into a strapless leather top hidden under a white Gabriela Hearst dress with one sleeve and hemmed below her breast.
Rivers observed, “once again, red carpet, high-fashion, and look at the women who are wearing them.” “I have my doubts that it was designed with civilians in mind.” ~Bra Trend