The Peek-a-boo Fashion
To attend the BET Awards in Los Angeles the actress chose this Calvin Klein design in white, showing part of her tiny waist.
The actress was one of the first to wear this trend this season. Here Hudson wears this bold Rachel Roy design to a party in New York.
With this Cushnie et Ochs model, the actress shows her spectacular silhouette at a premiere in New York. Here's a tip: make sure you wear this trend in dresses that are not too short and not too strapless, so you don't show more skin than you have to.
The New Yorker actress bares her shoulders with this Yves Saint Laurent model to attend Time Magazine's Time 100 Gala in New York.
The actress modeled this Azzaro suit in Los Angeles on the red carpet of her latest movie Observe and Report. Choose a color that contrasts with your skin color to highlight that element of the dress.
Though most dresses with missing fabric we have seen in the last few weeks have been white or black, the singer added a touch of character to the trend with this metallic mini-dress by Emilio Pucci, which she wore to appear on a TV show in New York.
The Heroes star wears this trend not in a dress, but in a tight blouse by Christopher Deane, which she complemented with a tube skirt to attend a premiere in Hollywood. It is essential that you wear this trend in tight pieces to achieve the desired effect.
The Gossip Girl star shows a bit of shoulders and arms with this model by the Spanish designer Emilio de la Morena at an award ceremony in Universal City, CA.
As one of the most recognized fashionistas among young actresses on U.S. television, the star of The City (MTV) wears this Rachel Comey dress to an event in New York. If you wear a piece with cut-up fabric, keep your hairdo and makeup simple to make your attire the center of attention.