Ciara has always been a fan of flaunting her “Goodies,” and at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in March, she wore her most daring red carpet look ever. She sported a completely see-through Dundas halter dress covered in crystals and layered over a matching embellished thong. When social media critics criticized the nearly-naked design as “tasteless,” “desperate,” and “embarrassing,” Ciara clapped back at the “selective outrage.”
Ciara’s dress designer is a close friend
In an exclusive interview with Page Six Style, Ciara defended her dress choice and said that Peter Dundas, the designer of her dress, is a close friend of hers since they attended the Met Gala in 2021. She said that Dundas knows her well, understands and appreciates the woman’s body. She added that she loves the art of fashion and appreciates the vision of the artist who created the garment.
Ciara pays attention to every detail of her red carpet looks
Ciara said that she immediately fell in love with the look when she saw it on Dundas’ fall 2023 runway. She was drawn to the concept of the crosshatched crystals and sheer silhouette in particular. She also noted that she pays attention to every detail of her red carpet style selections.
Ciara coordinates outfits with her husband for high-profile outings
Ciara always looks cool, calm, and collected, even in the skimpiest styles. She said that she can only pull it off with the help of her trusted stylists, Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, as well as other confidantes. She might well be talking about her husband, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, with whom she has been known to coordinate her clothes for high-profile outings. Ciara gushed that he always looks handsome, and she loves those nights.
Ciara stands by her daring red carpet look and defends her dress choice. She appreciates the art of fashion and pays attention to every detail of her red carpet style selections. She credits her stylists and confidantes for helping her pull off her skimpiest styles and coordinates outfits with her husband for high-profile outings.