The 28-year-old American model left little to the imagination at the show in a racy mesh top and bra combination, showing off perhaps too much of her plentiful cleavage.
Diana Vreeland’s granddaughter Caroline puts on a VERY racy display in mesh top and fishnets at MFW Max Mara show beside a demure Olivia Palermo
She is the granddaughter of style icon Diana Vreeland, who has penned the ‘Empress of Fashion’ in her day.
But Caroline Vreeland may not have quite followed in the footsteps of her fashionable relative as she headed to the FROW of the Max Mara catwalk at Milan Fashion Week on Thursday.
The rock goddess was not afraid to push the fashion boundaries in the raunchy ensemble, which openly displayed her ample breasts through a thin mesh bra and an equally revealing fishnet T-shirt.
Not holding back in the rest of the outfit, the musician paired it with saucy high-shine hot pants, which cinched in at her waist and clung alluringly to her legs. Attempting to cover up some of her modesty, the blonde layered a floor-length shiny coat over the top, which featured jazzy black and white lining.
Matching her in both style and risqué nature Caroline also added a pair of sexy fishnet tights, to amp up the sex appeal of the look even further.
Finishing off her daring outfit were a pair of thigh-high velvet boots, enhancing her long, slender pins and adding a pop of color with their vibrant blue hue.
Sipping on an espresso cup, the fashionable female smoldered for the cameras in the seductive look, before taking her place on the FROW alongside style queen Olivia Palermo.
The 30-year-old socialite opted for a very different look, maintaining her trademark classy style in a pair of chic rust trousers, navy knitwear, and soft neck scarf.
Leaving her hair in loose, golden waves, the wife of model Johannes Huebl looked glamorous and gorgeous as she headed to highly anticipated Max Mara SS17 collection in Milan.
The designs, which mixed monochrome colors with trendy jungle and tropical prints, were modeled by supermodel sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid, drawing fashion’s elite to the audience. It is no wonder that Caroline bagged an invite to the elite event, as she has fashion royalty in her blood.
Her grandmother Diana was a famous fashion editor known for her work on US Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
The Paris-born columnist, who died in 1989, called Coco Chanel, Wallis Simpson, Andy Warhol and Jack Nicholson her friends.
Speaking to W magazine previously, Caroline recently explained her fashion legacy. ‘In my early 20s,’ she said. ‘I really wanted to be seen for who I was, and not this blonde girl with big boobs and a family legacy.’ And on her grandmother, she added: ‘She stood for being yourself and embracing your flaws, making them what’s sexy and interesting about you.
‘My music is an expression of everything that makes me me—not just the pretty parts.’
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