Hole-ier than thou is the dictum of the day for those who are nudes-worthy (and plenty who aren't). Is it sheer coincidence that as the '90s get more conservative, fashion has begun to flash more flesh? The sexual revolution may be on hold, but there's nothing wrong with reading between the lines
The exposure that model Linda Evangelista gave this $435 outfit made it a best-seller for designer Anna Sui.
It wasn't ho-Hawn when Goldie lit up L.A.'s Le Dome restaurant.
ESPN's Downtown Julie Brown wove a net effect in $200 worth of Betsey Johnson at a July bash.
Trophy-less Susan Lucci showed a brave smile and a little tulle much else in a $1,800 Badgley Mischka outfit at May's Daytime Emmy Awards.
Look! I'm wearing underwear: Compared with the hostess, Naomi Campbell
was a model of decorum in layered see-through at Madonna
's book party last October.
Actress Rosanna Arquette publicizes The Wrong Man in the right $1,500 Azzedine Alaïa creation at last spring's Cannes Film Festival.
Tatum O'Neal plays it close to the net in a $950 Marc Jacobs ensemble.
Kalifornia's Juliette Lewis was a mishmesh at a Las Vegas convention last spring.
Case closed: Amanda Donohoe, an ex-L.A. lawyer, should have kept that belly buttoned at a London awards show in March.
Three sheers lot Fearless Rosie Perez at February's American Comedy Awards.
Poor Kathy Najimy: From nun (Sister Act) to witch (Hocus Pocus) to fashion victim at the June MTV Movie Awards.
Didn't anyone tell her they'd canceled the show? Joan Collins turned up at London bash looking as if she stepped off the Dynasty set.
Supermodel Claudia Schiffer wanted to be seen at Cannes—and this Chanel made it possible.
Wearing a Victor Alfaro "popcorn lace" dress to her 18th-birthday party last April, model Beverly Peele lived up to her name.