Scarlett Johansson: The Fashion Muse of the Week on Glamour’s May Cover

Scarlett Johansson is receiving high praise for her role as the Black Widow in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and is killing it on the red carpet. However, a look through her past decade of stellar sartorial outings shows a consistent style approach: 100% bombshell. In 2003, Scarlett charmed audiences in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation and sizzled on the red carpet in a white Dolce & Gabbana pantsuit that she could totally rock right now during the pantsuit craze of 2014. She walked the Oscars red carpet in a dreamy retro blue Alberta Ferretti gown in 2004, the same year she was nominated for two Golden Globe awards for Lost in Translation and Girl with a Pearl Earring. Yay for separate “comedy” and drama categories. Scarlett’s sirene red Valentino gown at the 2006 Golden Globes—the year she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Match Point—is still a favorite today. She wore a ballerina-esque corset gown by Dolce & Gabbana at the Met Gala in 2008. The next year, Scarlett would be announced as the Glamour Style Icon of the Week.

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Scarlett captivated audiences in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation back in 2003. She also set the red carpet ablaze in a white Dolce & Gabbana pantsuit that would still be totally on-trend today during the pantsuit craze of 2014.

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The actress graced the red carpet at the Oscars in a stunning vintage-inspired Alberta Ferretti gown back in 2004, which was also the year she received two Golden Globe nominations for her performances in Lost in Translation and Girl with a Pearl Earring. It’s great to see her recognized in both the comedy and drama categories.

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During the 2006 Golden Globes, Scarlett Johansson wore a stunning red Valentino gown while being nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Match Point.” The sirens of the dress still make it a beloved fashion choice to this day.

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In 2008, Scarlett wore a ballerina-inspired corset dress designed by Dolce & Gabbana to the Met Gala. The following year, she was announced as the face of D&G’s new makeup collection, a perfect match for her iconic style. Written by Brigitte Early.

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Back in 2009, she switched things up when attending the world premiere of “He’s Just Not That Into You” by sporting a sophisticated floral Oscar de la Renta gown and dark brown hair (which was dyed for “The Nanny Diaries”).

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The following year, she rocked a stunning green lace cocktail dress designed by Dolce & Gabbana and looked absolutely bombshell. It was a love-at-first-sight moment for many.

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Scarlett dazzled in a stylish Versace gown with an old Hollywood feel for the premiere of Under the Skin at the Venice Film Festival. Her off-the-shoulder look was a standout choice.

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The soon-to-be mom opted for a sultry and daring scarlet red Vivienne Westwood cocktail frock for the Captain America premiere last month. Yes, it was quite a stunning choice.

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