It seems like only yesterday that the hottest trend in fashion was to wear nothing but your skivvies on the red carpet. But not content with leaving their bottoms at home, celebrities have gone completely bare on the runway as well, and it’s becoming harder to pretend that this whole pants less thing won’t be hitting stores soon. Here are six risqué runway looks that prove its officially time to put pants out of their misery.
NYFW Men’s Spring/Summer 2019
Numerous risqué looks were spotted in this season’s NYFW Men’s shows. Designers such as Gucci, Chanel and Off-White included pantsless designs in their runway presentations. Pants are out, underwear is in!
Linder Fall/Winter 2018-2019 Fashion Show
Fashion designer Linder Fall/winter 2018-2019 fashion show had a risqué theme. The collection was full of pantsless looks, which left many with questions about who exactly is wearing these things. In her show notes, Linder said, The underwear dress and other garments are made for women who have a sense of humor.
Gucci Spring/Summer 2019
Gucci’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection is filled with risqué runway looks that prove it. Known for their outlandish designs and crazy colors, Gucci has taken to a new level of boldness this season. From thigh-high slits to nude bodysuits, these outfits are not for the faint of heart.
Stussy Fall/Winter 2018 Collection
Stussy has released their Fall/Winter 2018 collection, which includes risqué looks that feature no pants. Sure, designers have been experimenting with new takes on the traditional trouser for a while now, but Stussy’s latest show really gets to the point.
Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2018 Collection
McQueen’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection was an exercise in old-school decadence. On one runway, models were wearing elaborate corsets and skirts with barely-there underwear peeking through. On the next, they were entirely pAntless and wearing nothing but sexy lingerie.
Louis Vuitton F/W 18 Men’s
This season at Louis Vuitton, pant-less models walked down the runway in underwear. The look was risqué and provocative, but it also served as an artistic statement against society’s obsession with what is considered appropriate attire. I wanted to do something that was showing a bit more skin, said creative director Kim Jones. The idea of doing a show that was about trousers, I thought it would be fun to do one without them.