Megan Fox's Sexy half-naked look is barely there -- but everywhere

At Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, actress Megan Fox, 35, sizzled in a sheer cutout $1,698 dress from French style brand Mugler that featured a cleavage-framing, crisscrossed neckline and translucent draped tulle skirt with a built-in thong.

Megan Fox's Sexy half-naked look is barely there -- but everywhere

If the eye-popping style seems familiar, it is likely because bold, barely-there creations are getting a instant -- among actors bold enough to wear them.

Manfred Thierry Mugler, 72, first debuted the appearance on the runway in 1998, though since Instagram didn't yet exist, the masses were not fully aware of its own appeal. Mugler quit fashion when his label went under in 2003.

But now, designer Casey Cadwallader, working for a revived house of Mugler, has made these ultra-revealing cutout creations a brand signature over the past several years.

In 2019, Kim Kardashian stunned in a strikingly similar classic 1998 Mugler gown that appeared to be one shifting strap away from a significant wardrobe malfunction.

Kim Kardashian turned heads in this vintage Mugler gown in February 2019 at Los Angeles.
Inspired by Mugler's couture pieces of the'90s, the tag's latest strappy, absolute catsuits have proven particularly popular with sinewy actors like Dua Lipa, Miley Cyrus, Irina Shayk and singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, that wore a black corseted version within her cover shoot for June's British Vogue.

Miley Cyrus strikes a snarling pose in her version of this barely-there appearance.

Meant to embody the"comic-book heroine in the style area," in accordance with the brand's Spring/Summer 2021 show notes, the sculpting styles have subtle design elements to provide the illusion that the wearer has a much more shapely bod than meets the eye.

On Fox's dress, it is a sheer net summarized in black to define her waist.

Bella Hadid walks the runway through the Mugler Spring/Summer 2020 show as part of Paris fashion week.

By"ease," they probably mean"a model bod and placed double-sided tape."
As Mugler himself put it in film director Robert Altman's 1994 fashion-world satire,"Prêt-à-Porter":"It is all about looking good, helping the silhouette. And it's all about getting a good f--k, honey"

Billie Eilish attempted on her new grown-up, seductive design for fashion bible Vogue.

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