FASHION All The Rage

The goddess look -- and 'underbutt' -- rock Versace fashion show

Model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was in the front row instead of on the runway as the Versace Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2015/2016 collection was unveiled Sunday at Paris Fashion Week.

But she still made quite the fashion statement by wearing a sheer black Versace dress that allowed a view of her "underbutt," ushering in what might be the newest red carpet trend. (Sorry, "sideboob" and "underboob.")

Donatella Versace's collection combined soft colors and flowing lines — and sharp black accents. Headbands, chokers and long flowing curls were everywhere. The result? Reports summed it up as a fierce, romantic goddess look. See for yourself:

Kendall Jenner modeling one of Versace's sheer black creations.

Kendall Jenner walks the runway during the Atelier Versace show.

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Headbands, chokers and chiffon dominated the runway.

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Romantic, free-flowing curls were everywhere.

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Here's a look at the front of Huntington-Whiteley's sheer black Versace dress. (Sorry, but since this is a family newspaper, you'll have to Google it to see the tail end. And while you're Googling: Nicky Hilton's version of "underbutt" may have upstaged everyone.)

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Joan Smalls in the Atelier Versace show.

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Another creation of Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace.

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