Pants-Free Looks from the Subway to the Runway

Improv Everywhere hosted its 10th annual No Pants on the Subway Ride yesterday. Here, 10 runway looks for spring to inspire those who love being pants free.

11 photos
1/11
Getty Images
2/11
Improv Everywhere
Improv Everywhere hosted its 10th annual No Pants on the Subway Ride yesterday. Here, 10 runway looks for spring to inspire those who love being pants free.
3/11
Getty Images for IMG
Flash mobs need not skimp on luxury, so if one prefers to take her pants off, there might as well be Michael Kors cashmere separates underneath, and a massive fur on top.
4/11
Getty Images
Even Chanel has rocked the no-pants look, keeping things covered with winter-white fur and matching tights.
5/11
Getty Images
Alexa Chung recently brought her sweet style to Madewell, creating a line with plenty of her signature super-short-shorts to be had for bottomless commuting.
6/11
Getty Images
Head-to-toe-matching on Marc Jacobs' 70s-inspired runway: Here, a statement-making hat and neck wrap draws focus from the lack of bottoms.
7/11
Getty Images
Ohne Titel showed some leg with a sleek, black-leather bodysuit for spring.
8/11
Getty Images
The pants-removal program on the subway may even travel on the uptown lines, thanks to Lanvin's elegant, fashion-forward leotard.
9/11
Getty Images
The alternative to going totally pants-free lies in Altuzarra's more modest side-slice flap skirt, exposing a peek at some sporty underpinning.
10/11
Getty Images
Traditional style advice would advise a balance on showing skin, but VPL proved how chic a deep-V-neck can be with nothing on the bottom. Bonus points if it's in the form of a luxe hair collar.
11/11
Getty Images for IMG
The original free spirit, Betsey Johnson took a sportier approach to an ensemble sans pants, taking the track pants out of the suit for spring.
Contact Us