Joanna Krupa

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Joanna Krupa decided to skip a bra and underwear for her latest red carpet choice and the daring look leaves very little to the imagination.

The Real Housewives of Miami star attended the Friends 'N' Family 17th Annual Pre-Grammy Party on Friday, Jan. 24 in Los Angeles.

The 34-year-old model's sleeveless black asymmetrical Michael Costello dress features a strategically placed nude sheer cutout that begins at her cleavage and snakes around her torso and along the side of the intricate frock.

Krupa's ample cleavage, enviable abs and bikini line are on full display, making it pretty clear she opted to go commando to the formal affair. She styled her locks in soft wavy curls and finished the look with pink glossy lips.

Paris Hilton

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But Krupa almost didn't a get chance to wear the stunning dress.

"I fell in love with this dress about a month ago," Krupa told E! News. "He actually sent it to Jennifer Lopez. I guess she didn't wear it, she sent it back. So, I said can you let me wear it please?"

And the rest is history.

The blond beauty joked later in the evening on Twitter that she "lost her dress," and shared a snapshot of her pal donning the revealing ensemble.

Krupa wasn't the only one who chose to go along with the sheer gown trend on Friday evening.

Paris Hilton donned a full-length, sequined high-neck frock to Sean "Diddy" Combs' Red Carpet Pre-Grammys party in West Hollywood.

The reality star and businesswoman's dress featured a deep bias cut at the waist, leaving her right hip bone and a fair amount of her bikini line there for the ogling. Unlike Krupa, Hilton's cleavage was covered up with a panel.

Are these ladies giving anyone else déjà-vu? Hint: Jaimie Alexander's Azzaro Couture dress at the Thor: The Dark World premiere in November.

—Additional reporting by Lindsey Caldwell

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