The most daring outfits Taylor Swift has ever worn, from a lace catsuit to sheer dresses

Three images of Taylor Swift on red carpets.

Insider rounded up Taylor Swift’s most daring looks. Michael Loccisano / Staff / Anthony Harvey / Stringer / Karwai Tang / WireImage / Getty Images

  • Taylor Swift has been making bold fashion statements for almost a decade.

  • When she performs, the “Red (Taylor’s Version)” singer wears sparkly rompers and sheer dresses.

  • And on the red carpet, Swift isn’t afraid to wear gowns with plunging necklines and daring slits.

Taylor Swift experimented with see-through fashion at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards.

Taylor Swift wears a red dress on the 2012 Billboards red carpet.

Taylor Swift attends the 2012 Billboard Awards. Jon Kopaloff / Contributor / Getty Images

The star wore an Elie Saab gown that had a semi-sheer bodice made of crisscross red designs atop see-through lace fabric.

The bright red skirt contrasted with the patterned bodice.

A few months later, the singer wore a sparkly dress with a plunging neckline.

Taylor Swift wears a silver dress at the 40 Principales Awards in 2012.

Taylor Swift attends the 2012 40 Principales Awards. Europa Press Entertainment /

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Rating the X-Men’s high-fashion Hellfire Gala outfits

Almost two years after Marvel’s mutants changed forever with the acclaimed reboot House of X and Powers of X, the X-Men are celebrating their triumph in style with the ongoing Hellfire Gala. The event (running through the latest issues of Marauders, Hellions, Excalibur, X-Men, Children of the Atom, New Mutants, X-Corp, Wolverine, S.W.O.R.D., and Way of X, concluding with next week’s installments of X-Factor and Cable) is modeled after the real-life Met Gala but dialed up to 11, as you would expect from the fashion-forward X-Men.

But while some mutants were born to strut the green carpet, others don’t quite have what it takes to get the cameras flashing. So we at EW used our best fashion judgment to rank the best-dressed, the worst-dressed, and the points for effort. Check it out below!

(A note: All the artists involved in the X-line did an

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The Best Dressed Outfits & Looks

Choosing which looks should make an Oscars best-dressed list is about as difficult as, well, choosing which movie will win best picture. With so much creativity and artistry on display, everyone deserves to be celebrated.

Still, there are some looks from the Oscars 2021 red carpet that left a mark. Zendaya looks gorgeous in everything she wears, and the yellow cut-out number she picked for this event was no different. Regina King arguably got the most attention for her metallic blue dress—those sleeves! And Amanda Seyfried channeled a red gown as classic as the award show itself.

See our picks for the Oscars 2021 best dressed, below. To see these up close, don’t miss our picks for the Oscars hair and beauty looks everyone will be talking about.


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Zendaya paired her neon yellow Valentino gown with over $6 million worth of Bulgari jewels. “The Bulgari jewelry takes the

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RuPaul’s Drag Race best outfits

Drag and fashion have always had a symbiotic relationship, from vogueing — the dance that mimics the editorial poses of models — to the 2019 Met Gala’s Camp: Notes on Fashion theme. Drag artists parody the images they see on runways, red carpets and the pages of magazines, and, in turn, designers like Gaultier and Jeremy Scott have been inspired by drag’s theatricality and gender-usurping.

Since the dawn of RuPaul’s Drag Race 12 years ago, the lines between the art form depicted in the Emmy award-winning show and the fashion industry have continued to blur. Season after season, episode challenges saw the queen hopefuls creating upcycled looks, making over a Coach bag and even re-creating Alexander McQueen’s breathtaking SS99 spray painting robots. And post-show the same queens went on to walk for Savage X Fenty and Moschino, star in Prada campaigns and curate collections for Opening Ceremony

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