Scarlett Johansson

This Week's Best Dressed: Scarlett Johansson Keeps the Peplum Trend Alive

Mar/29/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

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Everyone loves an LBD — especially the stars who stepped out on this week’s red carpet. And apparently you’re big fans of the look too, because our Most Loved Looks list was filled with black minis, jumpsuits and some very chic menswear, all in the dark shade.

Coming out on top was mom-to-be Scarlett Johansson, who attended a Beijing photo call for Captain America: The Winter Soldier in an Antonio Berardi top-and-skirt set that featured a bump-concealing peplum (evidently this trend isn’t going away as soon as we thought). We’re especially into the rest of her look: those peep-toe pumps, the statement accessories and her gorgeous updo (see it from the back here, then Pin it immediately to your hair inspiration board!).

Also getting lots of love: Shailene Woodley in an Elie Saab jumpsuit at an N.Y.C. Divergent screening, plus Courteney Cox and Anna Kendrick in LBDs (at L.A.’s Evening of Environmental Excellence and Hollywood’s Rebels With a Cause gala).

Our personal favorite look was courtesy of last week’s winner, Emma Watson. We already wrote an entire post about how great she looks in her Saint Laurent suit (worn during a visit to The Late Show With David Letterman in N.Y.C.), but we’re still available to discuss this flawless outfit further if anyone’s interested.

Tell us: Do you think Scarlett deserved this week’s trophy, or were you missing the more colorful red carpet ensembles? Or do you just want to sit around and talk about Emma Watson’s suit all day?

— Whitney Little

Throwback Thursday, Fashion Week Edition: Scarlett Johansson (with a Mullet!) and More Front Row Celebs

Feb/06/2014 at 03:51 PM ET

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Fashion Week has always been a star-studded affair. And watching the celebs in the front row is almost as much fun as watching the new designer collections hit the catwalk. Correction: It’s just as much fun. So in honor of #NYFW, we’re looking back at some of the most memorable front row celeb-spotting moments. Read More

Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey Are Stunning In Their New Dolce & Gabbana Short Film - Watch It Exclusively Now!

Nov/05/2013 at 06:05 PM ET

Scarlett Johnasson and Matthew McConaughey Dolce & GabbanaCourtesy Dolce & Gabbana

You’ve drooled over the gorgeous on-set photos and watched the teasers a million times, and now the wait is over. The much-anticipated Dolce & Gabbana short film featuring Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey and directed by Martin Scorsese, has been released — and we’re thrilled to host its exclusive debut. Grab some popcorn and watch it below!
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Scarlett Johansson's Sexiest Gowns From the Past Decade (Yes, There's Mega Cleavage, How'd You Know?)

Oct/08/2013 at 01:33 PM ET

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There’s no denying it — Scarlett Johansson has the best cleavage in the biz. The newly-engaged actress’s bombshell curves helped her land the title of Esquire‘s “Sexiest Woman Alive” for the second time Monday, so to celebrate that major accomplishment, we rounded up three of the most jaw-dropping (and décolletage-enhancing) designs she’s worn in the past ten years.
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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Shoes We're Seeing Everywhere - and the Ones to Kick to the Curb

Sep/13/2013 at 05:39 PM ET

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In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we realized that this week, we could stop talking about shoes — both the heels we’re dying to wear and the ones that are starting to feel a little, well, flat.
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The Two Best Dressed Stars of the Week: Dakota Fanning and Scarlett Johansson

Sep/07/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Yeah, yeah, we know. There’s only one true winner of the title. And we know Dakota Fanning won it fair and square in her Elie Saab gown, which garnered over 20,000 votes. But, come on, look at Scarlett Johansson’s dress and tell us, how could we not honor it?

Scarlett Johansson Dakota Fanning VeniceDavid Fisher/Rex USA; KCS Presse / Splash News Onl

Both gowns were selected for premieres at the Venice Film Festival and both gowns show a lot of cleavage. But that’s where the similarities end.

Fanning’s midnight-blue couture creation features a plunging V-neckline and plunging Vs under each arm as well. (Check out these pictures to see what we’re talking about.) The dress, which she trotted out at the Night Moves premiere, was covered in sequins for a really eye-catching effect.

MORE PHOTOS: See other red carpet looks from all angles!

Speaking of eye-catching, the neckline on Johansson’s Versace gown. Yowsa. Her off-the-shoulder stunner, selected for the premiere of Under the Skin, combined with that dazzling Bulgari necklace were so attention-grabbing that most of the world didn’t even notice that the actress was wearing a diamond on her left ring finger. The whole look garnered nearly 20,000 thumbs up from readers.

Check out who else made the Top 10 list this week (be prepared for more in-your-face cleavage) and be sure to vote for your favorites.

So, do you think Fanning deserved the honor of being named Best Dressed? Or should Johansson have been crowned the winner?

–Zoë Ruderman

Scarlett Johansson's Engagement Ring: A Closer Look

Sep/04/2013 at 06:42 PM ET

Scarlett Johansson engagement ringIan Gavan/Getty(2)

Yes, Scarlett Johansson is engaged! And yes, her ring is something to talk about!

With that figure-flaunting Versace gown and major Bulgari necklace she wore to the Under the Skin premiere Tuesday in Venice, you might have been too distracted to notice the new piece of bling sitting pretty on the actress’s left hand, courtesy of her fiancé, journalist Romain Dauriac. So we got a closer look for you.

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