Scarlett Johansson

44 of the most daring red carpet looks Scarlett Johansson has worn

  • Scarlett Johansson, 36, has been walking red carpets since she was a teenager.
  • Over the last 20-plus years, she’s provided us with no shortage of bold looks.
  • Many of her most iconic gowns have featured low necklines, sheer panels, and thigh-high slits.

From a young age, Johansson proved she wasn’t afraid to rock a bold color, like this lemon yellow dress she wore to the 12th Annual IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards in March 1997.

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Johansson in March 1997. 
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Don’t miss the green plastic clogs too. In 1997, Johansson appeared in an indie movie called “Fall” and “Home Alone 3.”

Four years later, on August 3, 2001, she attended the premiere of “An American Rhapsody” in this sheer lace blouse and gray pants.

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Johansson in August 2001. 
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Multiple future stars were in the movie, including Mae Whitman, Emmy Rossum, and Larisa Oleynik.

Only four days later, on August 7, 2001, Johansson walked the red carpet for “The Others” in another sheer top — this time, she paired it with a low-rise white skirt and exposed bra.

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Johansson in August 2001. 
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She celebrated her 18th birthday that year.

In July 2002, Johansson appropriately accessorized for the premiere of “Eight Legged Freaks” with a little spider.

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Johansson in July 2002. 
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She also showed up with a totally new hair color, a nose ring, and mod white hoops.

At the 2003 Independent Spirit Awards, Johansson wore a hot pink apron-like top with no back and a white mini-skirt.

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Johansson in March 2003. 
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She appears to be rocking a 2003 version of the “wolf cut,” a mullet-esque hairstyle that’s popular now.

At a premiere for “Lost in Translation” on August 31, 2003, Johansson combined Marilyn Monroe Old Hollywood glam and 2000s edginess with this white dress and pink Converse.

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Johansson in August 2003. 
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She’d end up winning a BAFTA and getting nominated for both a Golden Globe and a Critics’ Choice Award for the film.

To attend a Cynthia Rowley fashion show during Fashion Week in September 2003, Johansson wore this silk white and pink dress with ringlets and bright pink lipstick.

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Johansson in September 2003. 
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She accessorized with a white umbrella.

She channeled the ’70s with this backless velvet mini-dress at the Hollywood Awards Gala in October 2003.

Scarlett Johansson attends the 87th Annual Academy Awards

Her show-stopping gown was designed by Versace, while the necklace is a Swarovski crystal-embroidered collar.

Johansson skipped a shirt at the amfAR New York Gala on February 8, 2017.

Scarlett Johansson, wearing Harry Winston, attends the amfAR New York Gala

Johansson chose this power suit for her first red carpet appearance after the news of her split from Romain Dauriac broke.

Johansson mixed two styles by pairing this flowy floral gown with an edgy black belt at the 89th Academy Awards in 2017.

Scarlett Johansson attends the 89th Annual Academy Awards

Although she didn’t win, Johansson looked like a winner in this champagne gown with a strategically placed cutout to highlight her rib tattoo at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar party.

Scarlett Johansson (L) and Colin Jost attend the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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