Kate Moss Said Yes to the Sheer Dress, No to the Bra

Kate Moss Said Yes to the Sheer Dress, No to the Bra

Supermodel Kate Moss is taking the sheer dress to its logical conclusion: essentially, nakedness. To be clear, there's nothing wrong with that! Men get away with vis nip (that's visible nipple—spread it around) all the time. And Moss has never been one to shy away from sexy, revealing looks. Good for her, etc.

Attending a Diet Coke party* (what is that? Can I go to one? Please?) at the posh London restaurant Annabel's, Moss looked like a hot sparkly fashion wizard. She paired black heels and black panties with a shimmery, gossamer dress that dips nearly to her navel, revealing a few necklaces. She carried a silvery clutch and topped the whole ensemble off with a black cloak that is giving He Who Must Not Be Named. Madam Malkin is shaking. Is there a wand in that purse? I'd believe it.

<h1 class="title">London Celebrity Sightings - November 9, 2022</h1><cite class="credit">Ricky Vigil M</cite>

London Celebrity Sightings - November 9, 2022

Ricky Vigil M

This is an elegant, grown-up twist on a classic Kate Moss look. At the 1993 Look of the Year contest party, the model wore black panties and a shimmery see-through slip dress (it was a whole thing!), though back then she went makeup-free and wore flip-flops. Ah, youth.

<h1 class="title">Kate Moss at the 1993 Look of the Year Contest</h1><cite class="credit">Dave Benett/Getty Images</cite>

Kate Moss at the 1993 Look of the Year Contest

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Seasons come and seasons go, but Kate Moss will always put it on the line for fashion.

As the sheer-dress trend shows no signs of slowing down, Moss is quickly becoming its queen. She rocked sheer florals in September and a slightly sheer Greco-inspired look for the WSJ Magazine’s Innovator Awards earlier this month.

*Moss is a creative director of Diet Coke. “I am thrilled to join the Diet Coke family—I love the past collaborations they’ve done with such incredible names in fashion,” Moss said in a statement in July. “As creative director, I’m looking forward to inspiring fans and celebrating the brand’s 40th birthday in style.” As a longtime consumer of Diet Coke, I can say that I do feel very inspired!

Originally Appeared on Glamour