Rihanna “Naked” at 2014 CFDA Awards

The singer bought couture by wearing almost nothing but crystals

The Barbados beauty bared all on the red carpet last night at the CFDA Awards, walking down the red carpet really close to being completely naked. The style icon who was honored at the awards show, wore a custom made gown from Adam Selman called “The Naked Dress.”

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The Rude Boy singer stunned—and certainly turned heads—with this jaw-dropping work of fashion that included sheer fabric and 230,000 Swarovski crystals.

The sparkly naked dress showed off Rih-Rih’s curves, as she bared her breasts. But showing off her girls is nothing knew for the free-spirited singer. The 26-year-old recently stirred controversy after being banned from Instagram following a photo she posted of her exposed nipples on the cover of the French magazine, LUI.

She also showed off another famous asset—her derrière, although she was wearing a nude thong in an attempt to leave something to the imagination.

Rihanna wore matching gloves with the gown, a head wrap, and a pink fur stole and certainly stole the show.

“We definitely wanted to make it a little bit scandalous,” designer Selman told Style.com. “The dress is just fishnet and crystals and a couple of fingers crossed. But fashion is about beauty, and the [female] body is part of that.”

 

Are you a fan of the gown or do you think she went too far? Fire away at her in the comments!

One thing for sure is only a body like Rihanna’s could rock a Naked Dress. #legsfordays

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2 thoughts on “Rihanna “Naked” at 2014 CFDA Awards

    1. I don’t think I could ever wear something like that, but I must admit that she looked damn good! lol She probably got used to daring fashion statements—even still she is brave! Thanks so much!! XOX

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