Scarlett Johansson’s versatile fashion sense goes beyond her classic Nordic beauty. Throughout the years, she has effortlessly embodied various women personas. From an Italian goddess straight out of La Dolce Vita to a sci-fi royalty, Johansson’s red carpet looks never fail to impress. Being in the limelight since her early teenage years, Johansson has had ample time to refine her style. Check out some of her best and most memorable looks here.
During the 2004 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Ball, which had a Dangerous Liaisons theme, Scarlett Johansson looked stunning in a custom-made bright yellow Calvin Klein outfit.
Johansson’s finesse in dressing fashionably was evident even at the age of 16. She quickly grasped the art of dressing smartly and had an eye for what’s cool and unique for her age. Johansson strongly believed that there was no need to simplify things just because she was working with children, and she always aimed to deliver performances beyond her years. Johansson made her professional debut in the Off Broadway production called Sophistry alongside Ethan Hawke when she was only eight. She was wearing a strapless black Prada gown at the 2000 Oscar party organized by Vanity Fair when she began filming Ghost World.
Scarlett Johansson brought her acting talent and beauty to Cannes in 2005 when she played the muse for Woody Allen’s film Match Point. She wore a custom outfit from Imitation of Christ, a New York fashion label that she briefly consulted for. Allen found it challenging to keep up with Johansson’s wit, describing her as a sexually overwhelming young woman who outshined him with her humor. Whenever he made a funny remark, Johansson would top him with an even wittier response.
In the 2005 Vanity Fair Oscar party, R.M. opted for another Roland Mouret outfit.
During the Spring/Summer 2012 showcase of Dolce Gabbana, she embodied the essence of a classic Dolce Vita woman. Despite being Swedish, she effortlessly exuded the allure of a seductive Sicilian goddess.
In 2009, the blonde actress transformed into a brunette resembling a Park Avenue socialite clad in Oscar de la Renta for the premiere of “He’s Just Not That Into You” held downtown.
Here’s an interesting fact about Scarlett Johansson’s wardrobe. In 2005, she wore a Marchesa cocktail dress to the London premiere of The Island, which had a plain front. However, with Scarlett’s stunning looks and confident personality, she didn’t need any extra attention-grabbing features on her outfit.
Entering with ease, Scarlett Johansson flawlessly paid tribute to Marilyn Monroe at a charity event in New York back in 2003. Despite the challenge that often comes with emulating such an iconic figure, Johansson managed to do it justice with a subtle yet stunning white halter dress. It was an absolutely delightful sight to behold.
Johansson’s portrayal in the movie “Lost in Translation” (2003) helped establish her as a serious actress. This was emphasized by her choice of attire at the New York premiere, where she donned a plunging cream Dolce Gabbana outfit.
The Green Party member was spotted in a stylish Alberta Ferretti ensemble back in 2004. The outfit had a verdant hue, befitting the party’s focus on environmental issues.
At the London premiere of Iron Man 2 in 2010, Johansson wowed her fans with a stunning appearance in a galactic Armani Privé outfit. In the movie, she played the role of Natalie Rushman, a clever legal aide who also worked as an undercover spy under the name of Natalia Romanoff.
It was Tulle Time for her when she graced the Golden Globes in January 2011, wearing a stunning Elie Saab dress in blush. To avoid any wardrobe malfunctions, she shares that she always checks herself in the mirror to ensure that nothing is see-through.
Dolce Gabbana has chosen the actress as their go-to woman. At the 2012 Costume Institute Gala, Scarlett Johansson looked stunning in a beaded tulle dress.
Johansson’s got a knack for the dramatic and always manages to stun with her sexy looks. One unforgettable example was her bold choice of a Rodarte tube dress at the premiere of “Hitchcock”.
Isaac Mizrahi, the red-carpet interviewer, was unable to resist the charm of a stunning red Valentino gown worn by a nominee for the movie “Match Point.” During the interview, he got overly enthusiastic and made it a fashion highlight of the event. Although it may be hard to resist admiring such beauty, it’s important to keep your hands to yourself and maintain a respectful distance.
The color black is far from ordinary, especially when you take a look at the stunning actress who wore a form-fitting Versace dress at the 70th Venice International Film Festival.
Get a head start by starting early. In a recent New York mayoral fund-raiser, she opted for a more toned-down look with a black and white Michael Kors outfit.
The Met Ball in 2008 saw Johansson gracefully ascending the steps in a breathtaking custom Dolce Gabbana gown. Following this, the actress became the face of the designer duo’s fragrance, lingerie, and makeup lines in the subsequent seasons. It was a perfect partnership made in the realm of high-end fashion.
Johansson looked absolutely stunning in her polka-dot Vivienne Westwood dress at the premiere of Under the Skin during the Toronto Film Festival. She was definitely the most stylish celeb at the event.
The Marc’d Woman made her first appearance in September 2011, representing the renowned Moët champagne brand while flaunting the signature polka dots of the famous designer, Marc Jacobs, for the autumn season.
In 2005, Johansson looked stunning at the Golden Globes, rocking a gorgeous Roland Mouret gown and channeling her inner 50s bombshell. When asked about comparisons to Marilyn Monroe, Johansson expressed admiration for the late actress but acknowledged that their similarities may only extend to their blonde hair and feminine confidence. Despite being a curvy woman herself, Johansson believes Monroe was an underrated talent beyond just her looks.
The Los Angeles premiere of Captain America: The Winter Soldier saw an exquisite combination of an Armani Privé white lace peplum top with black tassel detailing and a high-waisted lace skirt. The outfit was a perfect match for the occasion.
The eighth edition of the Rome Film Festival was graced by a beautiful Dolce Gabbana dress adorned with a charming medallion-print that perfectly suited the occasion.