Effortlessly Chic: Angelina Jolie’s Most Elegant Red Carpet Moments

Angelina Jolie had been involved in made-for-television movies and shorts for almost a decade before she gained public attention with her role in Girl, Interrupted in 1999. Her appearance at the Golden Globes that year in a fitted sequined Randolph Duke gown marked her as a fashion icon among celebrities. Even after more than twenty years, she continues to maintain her status as a fashionista. However, her appearances in front of the camera have become fewer lately, and she has been focusing more on directing. Due to a change in her family situation, Jolie was unable to direct for a few years, so she started taking on shorter acting jobs and staying home more. With lockdown measures in place, she has been able to step back in front of the camera. This means that we can expect to see her in her usual Ralph Russo and Atelier Versace outfits soon. In the meantime, let’s look back at some of her best looks over the years. One of her most memorable looks was at the Academy Awards in 2001.

Angelina Jolie donned a Dolce Gabanna suit at the 2004 Academy Awards, displaying an early-2000s fashion trend. She added her own touch by wearing the suit in white from head to toe, making a bold statement with menswear-inspired fashion.

Jolie has always had a soft spot for the timeless and elegant silhouettes of classic movie stars. As they say, dressing the part can make all the difference. This was apparent at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.

In 2009, Jolie took a bold step in her fashion game by choosing a canary yellow gown from Emanuel Ungaro’s collection. The gown was accessorized with a train and accompanied by a dramatic updo, adding to the overall glamour of the look. This happened at the BAFTAs event.

Two years after the initial sighting of that fleeting burst of hue, it reappeared once more at the British Academy Film Awards red carpet in 2010 for the premiere of “The Tourist.”

Step into the world of Jolie’s Atelier Versace era, featuring a luxurious velvet wrap that separates perfectly. This iconic look was seen at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards.

Jolie opted for a more refined look with her choice of emerald at the 2011 premiere of The Tree of Life, in contrast to her attention-grabbing canary yellow outfit at Cannes.

Jolie had quite a vibrant year back in 2011, and her blood-orange Jenny Packham dress was proof of that. Moving forward to 2012, let’s take a look at her appearance at the Academy Awards.

We see yet again, more Atelier Versace and Angelina Jolie’s preferred style of long black dresses that have a flowing trail. These dresses are usually without sleeves, as seen in the outfit worn by Jolie at the 2014 premiere of Unbroken.

Jolie added some trendy patterns to her sleeveless and flowing dress collection during the 2014 Unbroken London Premiere.

At the BAFTAs in 2014, Jolie looked stunning in her favorite red-carpet choice by Ralph Russo. She was a vision that could easily be mistaken for a First Lady.

It’s not unusual for actresses to go through a phase of sporting Saint Laurent tuxedos, and Angelina Jolie’s turn came in 2014, when she made a stylish comeback to menswear. The following year, she received the WSJ. Innovator Award for her noteworthy contributions in the entertainment industry.

Angelina Jolie usually prefers a sleek hairstyle, but in this case, she chose to keep her hair and makeup simple and neutral. She complemented her minimalist look with a Tom Ford gown at the WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards in New York in November 2015. The actress also wore a Tom Ford outfit during the premiere of the film “By The Sea” in the same year.

The ever-classy Angie made a comeback in her directorial debut, rocking an Atelier Versace look at the premiere. Despite two decades of red carpet appearances, she still retains her signature style. This was for the 2017 premiere of “Faces, Places”.

Jolie was seen having a great time with the iconic filmmaker Agn├Ęs Varda, during the Hollywood Film Awards in 2017. She sported a relaxed look with a huge neutral-colored scarf.

Angelina Jolie looked stunning in a silver outfit as she was recognized at the Hollywood Film Awards. This year’s Golden Globes are still to come.

It’s hard to imagine that the person donning this striking dress from Atelier Versace at the 2018 BAFTAs could go unrecognized from the shoulders down.

Jolie decided to take us down memory lane during the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards by wearing a stunning velvet gown designed by Ralph Russo. Interestingly, the dress looked quite similar to one created by Atelier Versace back in 2012.

Angelina Jolie made a stunning appearance at the Critics’ Choice Awards with a unique feather accent. She had previously worn a similar accessory at the Italian premiere of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil in 2019.

Jolie donned a sleeveless black Atelier Versace dress with a touch of shimmer at the 2019 London premiere of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, embodying her character’s iconic style.

It could be possible that Disney’s enchanting aura rubbed off on her, as Angelina Jolie flaunted one of her most daring looks ever at the Maleficent sequel’s London premiere in a tailor-made Ralph Russo couture. This occurred in 2019.

It’s been a long time since she last walked on a red carpet, but Jolie’s playful attitude suggests that when she does make an appearance again, she’ll make quite an impact.

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