Scarlett Johansson In Rodarte – ‘Hitchcock’ New York Premiere

Scarlett Johansson gave us a new look on the red carpet in New York last night for the ‘Hitchcock’ premiere, which was held at the Ziegfeld Theater.

She wore a Rodarte Spring 2013 dress, opting to wear the black-and-green ivy-trellis-printed dress without the printed turtleneck.

Scarjo’s strapless dress was styled with black Gucci peep-toe booties and a dramatic deep-red lip colour.

I really tried to force myself to like this look, but I can’t.

The shoes are the worst offender, making her legs look very stumpy, and the edgy dress doesn’t suit her classic style.

I would’ve loved to have seen this look on someone like Emma Stone or Leighton Meester.

You can buy Scarlett’s Gucci shoes from Gucci.com.

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Who Wore Mary Katranzou Better…Scarlett Johansson or Jane Krakowski?

Back in April, Scarlett Johansson wore a Mary Katranzou Fall 2012 digital wildflower print dress to ‘The Avengers’ premiere in Rome, Italy.

It was one of the few looks to wow us during this promo tour from Scarlett.

She styled her dress with Bulgari jewels and Jimmy Choo ‘Suki’ sandals.

Jane Krakowski wore the same dress to the celebration of the final season of ’30 Rock’ in New York City last month.

She styled her cap-sleeve dress with YSL ‘Tribute’ sandals and a blue pendant necklace, which many of you express a dislike for.

Scarlett wins for me. You guys were right; the blue necklace doesn’t belong with this look. The print speaks for itself.

You can buy Scarlett and Jane’s Mary Katrantzou dress from Farfetch US, farfetch.com, Matches Fashion UK, Matches Fashion Global and Browns Fashion.

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Keira Knightley, Mia Wasikowska, Rooney Mara & Scarlett Johansson For W’s 40th Anniversary Covers

This November marks the 40th anniversary of W magazine and the start of a year long celebration of their rich history of storytelling through fashion photography.

The oversized November anniversary issue, which hits national newsstands on October 23, features Keira Knightley, Mia Wasikowska, Rooney Mara and Scarlett Johansson who were transformed into an iconic look from the past four decades for each of their covers which were shot by Steven Klein.

Keira channels the 00s wearing a Chanel tweed jacket, red hot lips and a platinum blonde Tilda Swinton-esqe do.

Wearing a flame-coloured wig and striking eye makeup, Mia channels the 80s donning a Balenciaga dress with colourful Solange Azagury-Partridge statement earrings.

Sporting a bob hairdo, Rooney channels the 70s wearing Prada and an Albertus Swanepoel hat.

Even with the nose ring and two-tone hair, Scarlett still oozes sex appeal wearing Dolce & Gabbana and red hot lips for her 90s cover.

Click on their names above to read their interviews.

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Scarlett Johansson In Emilio Pucci – Moet Chandon 250th Anniversary Party

Scarlett Johansson looked to have regained her inner sparkle when she took to the red carpet for the Moet & Chandon 250th Anniversary Party in Moscow on Thursday evening.

The actress wore an Emilio Pucci Resort 2013 dress.

Her military-green sleeveless bustier dress with sheer yoke and peplum details is one of her best red-carpet looks in a while.

ScarJo’s black pumps merge into the black carpet, but you most definitely see that pretty coral lip colour.

Bulgari jewels, kohl-rimmed eyes and black nail polish completed her look.

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Which Was Your Favourite Scarlett Johansson ‘The Avengers’ Promotional Tour Look?

The promo tour for ‘The Avengers’ started for Scarlett Johansson back in April with the LA premiere when she wore a slick Versace strapless dress.

Things started to go a bit pear-shaped soon after with a none-too-flattering Nina Ricci dress in Moscow.

In London ScarJo brightened things up somewhat wearing Prada with a hot-red lip colour before ending her run in Rome wearing a beautiful Mary Katrantzou digital floral frock.

Versace was my favourite. The whole look was slick and I’m still in lust with the Zanottis.

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