We’ve seen all manner of racy fashion trends this year – and this one is no exception.
Countless celebrities have been rocking chainmail clothing on the red carpet.
From boob-flashing metallic gowns, to saucy side-split numbers, here are five times we’ve seen the craze spring up this month.
REXDARK HORSE: Katy Perry flaunted her curves in this chainmail number
American songstress Katy made sure all eyes were on her at the Oscars.
She rocked a plunging frock that left her cleavage on full display.
The 33-year-old couldn’t have picked a better dress to show-off her enviable figure, as the chainmail clung to every inch of her body.
GETTYHEAVY METAL: This is a very extreme way to rock the chainmail dress trend
You may not have heard of singer Bleona before last week, but she’s certainly unforgettable now.
The Albanian star turned heads as she arrived at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in a see-through chainmail outfit.
She played homage to the naked dress trend and would’ve bared all if it wasn’t for some black knickers and carefully placed nipple covers.
GETTYMODEL BEHAVIOUR: Hailey looked gorgeous as ever in this silver number
Supermodel Hailey was another celeb that rocked the metallic craze on the red carpet.
She resembled a Roman goddess in a striking gown with a daring side split.
As her dress made such a big statement, the natural beauty kept her makeup simple with a nude lip and basic winged eyeliner.
GETTYPURE AND SIMPLE: Myleene looked fab as she ditched her bra
Earlier this month, Myleene dropped jaws at The Global Awards.
The 39-year-old wore a halter-necked gown on the Eventim Apollo carpet in Hammersmith.
Bravely, she risked nipple flashing onlookers by ditching her bra.
Chunky gold chains kept her modesty protected on top, while she opted for a more opaque fabric on the bottom.
GETTYPEEK-A-BOOB: Lily Aldridge dazzled in this cut-out frock
Brunette bombshell Lily provided a sophisticated twist on the chainmail look.
At the Oscars after party, she dazzled in a golden gown.
The metallic material glided over her curves perfectly, with a slash in the top of the dress creating a peek-a-boo effect.