We compiled a list of top 20 Designers who sent down some incredible #VOLO fashion down the runway in the recent past.
The models at Zahia Dehar’s show left little to the imagination as they covered up with just some sheer fabric and butterfly designs while walking the runway at Paris Fashion Week on Jan. 23, 2013.
You could draw this John Galliano outfit on with black Sharpie and you’d get more coverage.
Peek-a-boob! Alexandre Vauthier’s Paris fashion show went for the shock value with models exposing their chests and some major skin on the runway.
Sarah Harding for Agent Provocacteur
Sarah Harding walks the runway for Agent Provocateur, a British lingerie label, on Oct. 24, 2012. We definitely know where the label’s “provocative” name comes from.
Apparently we can expect tiny scraps of fabric to pass as clothing next season. Portuguese designer Fatima Lopes took “ready-to-wear” to a whole new extreme with this barely-there ensemble, which she showed off during her spring/summer runway show at Paris Fashion Week on Sept. 25, 2012.
Zahia Dehar isn’t exactly a blushing bride. The risque designer, known for sending scantily-clad models down the runway, wore a completely see-through lace gown at her fall/winter haute couture fashion show in Paris on July 2, 2012.
At Lingerie London, racy designs rule the catwalk. British top models and socialites were in attendance for the hottest fashion shows around which included presentations by latex label Atsuko Kudo and British label Agent Provocateur. Check out more sexy lingerie designs straight from London …
Honestly, what’s the point of even sending clothing down the runway? Always one to push the envelope, designer Zahia Dehar dressed her models up in carefully placed sequins and called it “fashion” during her fall/winter haute couture show in Paris on July 2, 2012.
Talk about red hot. Two models heat up the catwalk in itty bitty pieces from the Zahia Dehar haute couture collection on July 2, 2012.
Liu Wen rocks a sheer onesie at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. To be fair, it does have more coverage than the company’s usual designs.
Haute couture, or haute mess? A model shows off one of Zahia Dehar’s racy creations at Paris Fashion Week on July 2, 2012.
Here comes the half-naked bride! And you were worried your mother wouldn’t approve of her. A model presents a “dress” by Berlin-based label Kaviar Gauche.
Sure, a sheer raincoat can totally be a dress. Why not?
Look what the fisherman caught! A threadbare net full of model! A model hits the runway at the Robert Cary-Williams fashion show.
Zahia Dehar, a former French Moroccan underage prostitute, shows off a piece from her new lingerie line inspired by Kleenex during her couture presentation on Jan. 25, 2012.
That Chris Aire Spring 2006 chain mail isn’t going to protect model May Andersen too well if she ever goes to battle.
Another Dehar creation appears to be a very unwrapped present.
When your Eymeric Francois lace dress is completely sheer, you’re supposed to leave the coat on in public, dear.
Sometimes wrapping yourself in a decorative scarf just doesn’t cut it as acceptable clothing. Then again, anything goes at the Zahia Dehar show in Paris.
That Alexander McQueen model may want to rotate her fur collar a few inches to the left.
That fisherman sure got a catch this morning!