After 20 years in the business, Scarlett Johansson has plenty to be proud of and she’ll likely add style icon to her resume very soon, if she hasn’t already. From her love of Dolce & Gabbana to more daring fashion choices, her red carpet style has definitely matured the right way.
See a few of the actress’ best looks and find out how they contributed to making Scarlett Johansson a style icon. From gorgeous gowns to sexy and sophisticated pantsuits, here’s her claim to fashion fame.
Best Dressed Pregnant Celebrity
Voted as the best dressed pregnant celebrity on Babynames.co.uk with her baby bump barely visible, Scarlett Johansson is clearly updating her style during her pregnancy.
While she’s been photographer in black overalls in her free time, she recently stunned on the red carpet at the “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” London premiere, in a Vivienne Westwood Red Label corseted faille dress with draped detailing that hid her baby bump.
Summer Chic – 2013 Rome Film Festival
The case for Scarlett Johansson the style icon can easily be made once you realize how appropriate her choices are for each event. She showcased a great spin on summer chic with a floral-and-medallion-print Dolce & Gabbana dress at the 8th Rome Film Festival, while promoting “Her”.
Sophisticated Pants – “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” Opening Night
Rocking D&G again on Broadway for the opening night of her play, ScarJo showed off her more sophisticated side with a black ensemble that consisted of fitted pants and a short-sleeve top with crochet details that added a little texture to her all black look.
Effortless Couture – 2012 Met Gala
Another gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana look, the gown she chose for the 2012 Met Bal certainly helps understand Scarlett Johansson as a style icon. While the bodice feature crystal establishments and gold embroidery, the gown didn’t go over the top keeping the tulle skirt simple.
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Reinvented LBD – “The Avengers” Premiere
Still keeping in touch with Italian sensibilities, Scarlett Johansson opted for a Versace LBD at the Los Angeles premiere of “The Avengers”. The moon-shaped bodice and peplum detailing create a very sexy silhouette, even though there’s no sign cleavage.
Laced Up – 2011 Academy Awards
While her choice of a Dolce & Gabbana lace gown at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards didn’t wow fashion critics, the backless gown also makes the case Scarlett Johansson the style icon, with its timeless appeal, helping her transition from young bombshell to sophisticated woman.
Gorgeous Curves – 2010 Tony Awards
The actress doesn’t have to look drop dead gorgeous every time on the red carpet, but she certainly brought her bombshell attitude at the 2010 Tony Awards, wearing an embroidered green Elie Saab creation that looks perfect on her.
Vintage Charm – 2009 Tribute to Cinema Event
Becoming the face of Moet & Chandon champagne in 2009, Scarlett Johansson the style icon made another big splash in vintage Givenchy, a sexy lace number that played up her sensuality without losing sophistication.
Brunette Beauty – “He’s Just Not That Into You” Premiere
Wearing a gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown, ScarJo proved that she can pull off even the more dramatic floral prints. The pink gown with a ruched bodice and sweetheart neckline, perfectly showcased her hourglass figure.
Rocking Resort – 2007 Elle Women in Hollywood Event
Scarlett Johansson the style icon proved she can look just as gorgeous in resort wear as in haute couture on the red carpet. Another reimagining of the LBD, her black Louis Vuitton Resort dress was perfectly complimented by glamorous, old Hollywood blonde curls.
Red Carpet Realness – 2006 Golden Globes
Another best dressed moment for ScarJo, her red Valentino dress from the 63rd Annual Golden Globes definitely proved she’s in the big league when it comes to fashion.
Perfect Pantsuit – “Lost In Translation” Premiere
Fashion critics have seen the first signs of Scarlett Johansson the style icon ever since laying their eyes on her gorgeous pantsuit, another Dolce & Gabbana winning number.