It's glaringly obvious on any red carpet that skin is more in than ever. Here, we celebrate some of the world's most fearless female celebs in all their body-baring glory. (Warning: NSFW!)
Jenna Dewan-Tatum wore a plunging v-neck gown with a high slit at the 2017 American Music Awards.
Rexha doned a sheer sparkling strapless dress at the 2017 American Music Awards.
Kehlani posed in a sheer black dress at the 2017 American Music Awards.
Lovato rocked a black strapless Ester Abner gown at the 2017 American Music Awards.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum was spotted Monday night at the premiere of Kingsman: The Golden Circle wearing a sheer Zac Posen gown. As they say—business in the front, party in the back.
Cara has really taken to the naked dress trend lately—you could almost say it's become her red-carpet uniform. She wore this sheer dress to the premiere of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets in Mexico City.
Cara Delevingne definitely knows how to dress to a theme. The supermodel/actress brought the most fitting sexy, space vibes to the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets premiere.
The supermodel has been shutting down every Cannes red carpet she's been on, and her amFAR gala look is no exception. Hadid wears a custom crystal Ralph & Russo couture gown and a pair of strappy silver René Caovilla heels to match.
Fitting that Kendall's Met Gala 2017 dress is made by famed lingerie brand La Perla.
This Atelier Versace number at the 2017 Met Gala reminds one of Beyoncé's epic 2015 dress, no?
Anthony copped some Beyoncé vibes of her own on the 2017 Met Gala red carpet, courtesy of this now-famous pose.
J.Lo wore this Julien Macdonald gown to the Billboard Latin Music Awards, featuring so many cut-outs there's basically more skin than fabric. The Naked Dress vibes are that much stronger thanks to a thigh-high slit.
She's no stranger to the naked dress, but this might just be the most naked yet. Kim wore a black mesh dress with a matching jacket to the Balmain show during Paris Fashion Week.
The rapper delivered killer curves in a navy blue gown with strategic cut-outs and sheer paneling for some serious side-butt action.
Graham served it UP showing off her killer frame in an intricately-beaded charcoal gown and sexy underpinnings.
Queen Bey shut down the VMAs red carpet in this Francesco Scognamiglio Fall 2016 look, boasting statement-making plume on top and see-through crystal beaded detail on the bottom.
Serving up major boudoir vibes, Kruger attended the Vanity Fair Oscars party in this embellished, lingerie-like burgundy number.
Stefani was a red-hot siren due in large part to the strategically-placed petals on this Yanina Couture creation.
Lawrence may have arrived late to the Oscars, but she did so fashionably and nakedly in this lacy, see-through, and plume-adorned Dior Couture gown.
Some context: JPS wore this sheer Zuhair Murad gown to a screening of Concussion, which stars her husband Will Smith. No one ever said plus-ones couldn't steal the spotlight.
It's not her famed Versace dress per se, but the transparent nature of Lopez's sheer, floral appliqué cape dress was totally reminiscent of her OG naked dress moment.
While presenting at the AMAs, Abdul opted for an outfit change that was waaay more risqué, but still elegant: this sheer mermaid gown with floral detail.
All eyes were on CiCi at the AMAs, who showed off her robust physique in this artfully embellished, nearly naked Reem Acra gown.
Stefani's look took a decidedly dark, yet sultry turn as she showed off her skivvies in this sheer, ruffly number.
The Swedish star's corseted lattice work dress may have been lining-free, but she had skin-colored pasties and underwear to sneakily cover her lady bits.
The singer stepped out in a BBHMM-green-hued fishnet dress that bared her bikini top and thong.
Spears' buff midriff was her best accessory in this golden fringe number.
Twig shows off her robust dancer's physique in a see-through Atelier Versace bustier dress.
Minaj shows off major cleavage in a sheer, metallic gold dress by Labourjoisie.
Teigen left her underpinnings at home in this floor-length, beaded fringe number with sheer panels along the hips.
A flesh-toned sheath is made a liiiiiiittle less scandalous with a black bra instead of a nude one.
What happens if the wind blows?
This sheer black paneled naked dress manages to feel chic *while* it's dropping your jaw.
Did Irina and Rita call each other to coordinate first?
There's something super '90s about this look—maybe it's the Rose McGowan vibe we're picking up on.
Get a closer look at Rihanna's Tom Ford gown here.
It doesn't get much more naked than a panel of sheer fabric over...basically nothing.
Click through all the looks from the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards here.
Kate Moss is not human. This bikini/fishnet number is proof.
It's amazing to think how many people it took to make something so sheer.
It's no surprise this was a bit of a scandal. Meanwhile media outlets everywhere whipped out their most creative cropping skills.
Do the nipple covers make this dress less naked? Not really...
A naked dress in the truest sense—skin-toned, sheer, strategically-placed overlays.
The Pussycat Doll left very little to the imagination.
Rihanna wasn't the first to bare all at the CFDAs. When Lady Gaga won the Fashion Icon award she, too, went for lots of sheer...
... and mooned the audience.
The G-string is a particularly naked touch.
You might have to look closely to see this one on your computer screen, but Kelly Brook is definitely going for a topless vibe here.
Those panels aren't fooling anyone, Toni—you're in your birthday suit under there.
The look that launched the never-ending trend.
This took GUTS.
One of the most memorable "naked dresses" (it was DKNY) from season one of SATC in 1998.
Kate makes another appearance on this list, 11 years earlier.
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.