The artist has never shied away from flaunting her distinct style, whether it’s by sporting bold haircuts or donning lavish outfits.
Back in 1996, a budding actress made waves at the premiere reception of “Manny Lo” with her Delia’s-inspired outfit. She sported a snug cardigan embellished with faux fur, complemented by sleek strappy heels and a daring brown lipstick. The ensemble perfectly embodied the signature Delia’s style beloved by many during that era. A snapshot of the actress donning this unforgettable look was taken by renowned photographer Ron Galella.
Back in 1997, at the Independent Spirit Awards, a famous personality sported an avant-garde ensemble that drew everyone’s attention. The outfit consisted of turquoise hair clips, striking neon green platform sandals, and a sunny yellow crochet dress.
Back in 1998, Scarlett did not audition to be the fifth member of Destiny’s Child. She only joined in a photo session with the original lineup of the group, which included LeToya Luckett, Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and LaTavia Roberson. This happened during a Tommy Hilfiger Jeans event at Macy’s in New York City.
At a different gathering for Tommy Jeans, the Tommy Girl rocked a unique and stylish outfit by pairing an anorak jacket with wide-legged pants back in 2000. The Life Picture Collection via Getty managed to capture this fashionable moment.
Perhaps you possess a photo of you and your closest pal wearing coordinated outfits from 1998. However, there’s a slight difference between your snap and that of Scarlett Johansson and her actress pal Jena Malone. While you were on your way to a school dance, the two ladies were attending The Hollywood Reporter’s Youngsters Awards at Universal Studios. As a result, their picture is undoubtedly more sophisticated than yours.
Back in 2001, at the premiere of “The Others” in Los Angeles, the actress sported some of the most iconic trends of that decade. Her hair was parted down the middle and she wore gorgeous earthy-toned eye shadow that highlighted her blue eyes. She completed her look with a crop top and pointy-toe shoes, which were a must-have item during that era.
At just 16 years old, Demi Moore proved herself to be a fashion maven when she attended the premiere of “The Beach” with her twin brother Hunter in 2000. Her camel-colored coat, stylish scarf, and trendy headband left a lasting impression on those in attendance. It’s clear that even at a young age, Demi had a knack for sophisticated style.
Back in 2001, during the 36th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, a promising actress graced the screening of
alongside fellow actress Thora Birch. The actress had golden highlights on her hair and wore delicate gold hoops as accessories.
While it may not be recommended to try this hairstyle at home, a well-known public figure (who had attended a fashion event in Los Angeles with Mena Suvari in 2003) pulled off the mullet look with great success.
Scarlett was the talk of the town during Fashion Week in 2003, as she was accompanied by a group of popular L.A. It girls like Heather Matarazzo, Summer Phoenix, and Rosario Dawson. Her fashion choices were also on point and perfectly captured the latest trends of that year.
Back in 2001, Scarlett Johansson made an appearance at the 24 Hour Play celebrity benefit. She kept it casual yet chic with her outfit – a camisole, skirt, and hoop earrings. Despite her effortless attire, Scarlett still exuded the “it” girl energy that she’s famous for. It seemed like she was having a great time partying in the bustling city of New York.
The famous personality flaunted her impeccable sense of fashion at the Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony back in 2003, donning a shiny, plunging, and incredibly short outfit that exuded glamour and confidence. She effortlessly pulled off the daring appearance, owning it with her cool attitude and style!
In 2004, during the Cynthia Rowley fashion show, Djamilla Rosa Cochran caught the attention of many with her doll-like appearance. She had stunning barrel curls adorning her hair, pink lips enhancing her facial features, and a charming candy-striped parasol accessory to complete her overall look.
No one knows how to exude Hollywood glamour quite like the talented actress who donned an unforgettable emerald dress designed by Alberta Feretti. She paired the dress with classic finger waves and bold, beautiful red lipstick at the Governor’s Ball following the Oscars in 2004.
Back in 2005, Scarlett Johansson rocked a daring fashion choice at a Golden Globes afterparty. Her captivating vintage hairdo and striking lipstick matched perfectly with her Roland Mouret bronze dress, creating a unique fusion of classic and contemporary style.