10 Celebrities Who Showed Off Their Every Curve in Latex Ensembles
Kim Kardashian West caused audible gasps when she showed up to Tom Ford’s spring 2018 New York Fashion Week show in a strapless, curve-hugging latex number (above), but she’s far from the only star to turn heads while wearing the unforgiving material.
From red carpets to award show stages, many a celeb has chosen to make a statement with a skintight latex number. Take Beyoncé, for example, whose sheer Givenchy number at the 2016 Met Gala was bold enough to land her on many a best-dressed list. And that wasn’t even her only plastic ensemble to write home about last year: Queen Bey took the stage during her Formation tour in a latex red bodysuit that rivaled even Britney Spears’s “Oops! ... I Did It Again” jumpsuit.
Keep scrolling for 11 more stars who know that beauty (and headline-making ensembles) is pain, thanks to these latex dresses.
Queen Bey rocked this sheer Givenchy number at the 2016 Met Gala.
The model stole the show in a strapless red latex Meshki minidress ($80; meshki.com) that hugged her every curve.
Perry's latex gumball dress at BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards in 2010 left little to the imagination.
The queen of rap takes a lot of fashion risks, but her Barbie pink latex bra top and hot pants just might be her most daring one yet.
Bey rocked the Formation World Tour in a latex ruffled bodysuit and matching shiny thigh-high boots.
The This Is Us star took the stage at the 2017 MTV Movie And TV Awards in a crimson latex dress with ruffled sleeves that reminded us of Beyoncé's neckline.
The singer performed at an event in L.A. wearing a plunging latext bodysuit that hugged her every curve.
The reality star showed off the effects of her insane fitness routine in a plunging pink plastic dress.
Hilton's been rocking latex since before it was big, as evidenced by this photo of her in a black curve-hugging mini.
The singer wore a pink minidress that read "Do It" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
Kim Kardashian West
Kim's 2017 NYFW latex dress was not her first run-in with the material: The reality star made headlines with this plunging light pink number back in 2014.