Brave nude world

Never mind the clothes. It was the lack of them that got the front row talking at London Fashion Week last month. At Burberry — in a collection aptly titled ‘The Birds and the Bees’ — Christopher Bailey sent models, including Jourdan Dunn and Suki Waterhouse, down the catwalk in dresses of sheerest turquoise, wine and yellow tulle, exposing nipples, thighs and black knickers. At Erdem, the ultra-feminine label beloved by the Duchess of Cambridge, lace and chiffon dresses left little to the imagination. When Christopher Kane presented a series of primly cut, high-necked and entirely transparent blouses, a trend began to emerge. And when Tom Ford preserved models’ modesty with nothing but tinsel-like nipple pasties, it was confirmed. Nudity — or near-nudity — is in vogue…READ MORE