In 2016, we saw the revival of many ’90s trends, including chokers, crop tops, and “mouse buns” to name just a few. But the big question in fashion is always: what’s next? And though we’re only one month into 2017, it seems there’s already a frontrunner for the look of the new year as Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid are making a serious case for the totally sheer shirt in Paris right now.
After walking at Givenchy’s combine menswear and couture show in Paris, the two models joined the brand’s creative director, Riccardo Tisci, for dinner. And clearly, there was a very specific dress code for the evening. Bella wore a completely sheer turtleneck bodysuit tucked into a black mini skirt with just an oversized black bomber jacket providing some coverage, then finishing off the look with a pair of thigh-high white patent leather boots.
Likewise, Kendall also chose something very transparent – a black fishnet long sleeve crewneck top from Elisabetta Franchi worn with a white knit tube top – and kept the ensemble seasonally appropriate thanks to a black fur jacket, leather pants and strappy heels.
They celebrated by cozying up to Givenchy creative director (and friend to all Kardashian/West/Jenners) Riccardo Tisci, showing that their sheer shirts aren’t just made for walking, they’re made for laying in banquettes in Paris as well. Ex-boyfriend drama? What ex-boyfriend drama? Bella has everything she needs (minus perhaps a bra) right here.
And of course, the next day she really took a page out of Bella’s book, also opting for something similarly totally transparent.
Taking a stroll around Paris, Kendall sported a sheer Wolford top and a pair of black star pasties, then topping it all off with a cropped blue and olive-trimmed jacket with giant fur sleeves and her beloved KREWE sunglasses. She also displayed another trend in the making, Wolford fishnet tights worn under slim black trousers.
Considering these tops appear to be the new model style of the moment, you might want to invest in black sheer fabric and start getting your creative pasties collection ready.
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