A New “Intentional Wardrobe Malfunction” Is Trending

Sydney Sweeney grabbed attention as she stepped out of Hotel Martinez during the Cannes Film Festival wearing a silky white dress.

The 25-year-old “White Lotus” star’s sheer dress revealed a powder blue bra, which ignited internet buzz about the “intentional wardrobe malfunction” as the official summer fashion trend.

Hollywood celebs are taking a risk by deliberately exposing even more flesh than was previously acceptable on the red carpet.

During the star-studded event, Sweeney and her fiance, Jonathan Davino, were spotted casually strolling around the hotel’s lobby. Her elegant couture bra was on full display under the sheer floor-length slip dress she wore with spaghetti straps.

At last month’s “Fast X” premiere in Rome, Charlize Theron took lingerie to new heights.

Theron changed into a Dior three-piece outfit, which included a black duster and hot trousers.

While standing in front of the Colosseum, the Academy Award–winning actress wore a sleek bra top below her black heels.

The chain mail fabric that made up her shimmering, see-through loungewear was from the label’s haute couture spring/summer 2023 line. 

Scarlett Johansson made her fashion statement at the Cannes premiere of “Asteroid City” only days after Sydney’s.

Johansson wore a baby pink bespoke Prada gown with a straight shape and a low back as she walked the red carpet at the Palais de Festivals. Above the hem of her pastel dress was a white bralette that added a touch of modernity to the otherwise classic look.

In April, country music artist Kelsea Ballerini started a fashion trend by wearing her bra straps on the red carpet at the CMT Music Awards.

Olivia Wilde was photographed flashing her bra at an after-Oscars party in March. 

At the Vanity Fair gala in Hollywood, the director of “Don’t Worry Darling” walked the red carpet shirtless, revealing just a little black bra.

Wilde changed into a strapless leather top underneath a white Gabriela Hearst dress with one sleeve.

Bras are in (or is that “out”?)