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Renée Zellweger Follows One Style Rule: Keep It Simple

Oct/25/2013 at 03:15 PM ET

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Where has Renée Zellweger been? We’re not sure, but she’s definitely back. The actress made her return to the red carpet Thursday night at Giorgio Armani’s One Night Only Eccentrico exhibition in N.Y.C. And she dressed to impress.

Zellweger looked effortlessly chic in a black suit by the designer featuring satin trim and a blow embellishment on the blazer. She kept her makeup very natural.

“It’s easy and simple,” Zellweger told PEOPLE. “Armani is classic and they’re pieces you keep forever. I like [my style] to be effortless and appropriate.”

And while the actress has taken a more behind-the-scenes role lately, she still reminisces over her favorite red carpet looks. “I’m pretty spoiled,” she admits. “There’s been a couple of vintage pieces like my white Carolina Herrera Oscar dress. I love some of the things that I’ve been lucky enough to wear.”

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As for her first Armani? “I found this gorgeous navy blue to the floor chiffon gown. It’s magnificent! I think it was early 80s. I still have it of course.”

What do you think of Zellweger’s suit? Are you a fan of her style? Share your thoughts in the comments.

–Carlos Greer

WATCH: Met Costume Institute Gala's Most Fashion-Forward Stars

May/03/2011 at 12:30 PM ET

Blake! Beyoncé! Kristen! Renée! Literally everyone was on the red carpet at the Met Costume Institute Gala in New York City last night, wearing gowns, minis and even pantsuits that sparkled and stunned. And while a picture is worth one-thousand words, well, sometimes you need a video to show a little more. Check out the clip above to see Rihanna and Renée Zellweger flash some leg, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony give good face, and Beyoncé get some help walking up the stairs. Tell us: Which Met Gala look was your favorite?

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Renée Zellweger Models Tommy Hilfiger's Breast Cancer Awareness Bag

Apr/07/2011 at 12:30 PM ET

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Following in the fashionable footsteps of Milla Jovovich and Helena Christensen, Renée Zellweger is lending her famous face to Tommy Hilfiger’s latest breast cancer awareness campaign. The actress is stepping out in support of his new, limited-edition handbag, the proceeds of which will benefit Breast Health International. “Because of the experiences of close friends and family members who have had to endure and battle the challenges of breast cancer, I am a passionate supporter of breast health education and charitable causes,” Zellweger said in a release. “I am honored and grateful to be partnering with Tommy Hilfiger to raise awareness and funds to support the invaluable work of Breast Health International.” The handbag (above), which Zellweger toted to an event in Milan this week, is tan suede, and features herringbone lining and gold trim. Made from natural, vegetable-tanned leather, the purse retails for $299, with $100 from each sale benefiting BHI. Since first launching this initiative in 2007, the brand has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the charity. Pick up your bag beginning May 6 at Tommy Hilfiger stores, select department stores and on tommy.com. –Kate Hogan

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Why Renée Zellweger Sticks with 'Classic' Go-To Designer Carolina Herrera

Oct/06/2010 at 05:30 PM ET

Courtesy Harper’s Bazaar

When actress Renée Zellweger hits the red carpet, she always looks the epitome of chic sophistication–like someone sprinkled her with a little old-school Hollywood fairy dust before she left the house. That someone is more often than not her friend and go-to designer Carolina Herrera, whose gowns the actress has been wearing both on and off the red carpet for years. “It’s classic. It’s beautifully tailored. No surprises,” she sums up in the November issue of British Harper’s Bazaar, on which she stars on the cover. And it’s not just a sense loyalty or fashion sense that stops the 41-year-old actress from going elsewhere. Zellweger says her upbringing in a small Texan town with conservative, hard-working parents instilled a sense of decency and frugality in her from an early age. “I can’t have 90 people making things for me that I might not wear,” she states adamantly. “To have so many people expend so much effort potentially for nothing – I wouldn’t sleep at night.” A Hollywood actress with style and a conscience? Now that’s something worth celebrating. The November issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, is on sale beginning Thursday, Oct. 7.  - Monique Jessen

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