Brie Larson's Best Red Carpet Looks
Brie Larson was on board with fashion’s cool kids from day one (she must have Proenza Schouler and Monse on speed dial), but since changing to stylist Samantha McMillen, she’s reached the top of 2017’s class of Young Hollywood.
Take a look back at her best red carpet moments.
In Oscar de la Renta, 2017
Brie Larson in Oscar de la Renta at the 2017 Oscars.
In Rodarte, 2017
Larson in Rodarte with Forevermark Diamonds at the 2017 Golden Globes.
In Alexander McQueen, 2016
Larson stole the spotlight at the world premiere of Free Fire at TIFF in a dress that featured lace patchwork embroidery, a plunging neckline, and frilly tiered ruffles.
In Proenza Schouler, 2016
Larson went glam at the 2016 Met Gala in a sequined cutout Proenza Schouler tiered gown and pointy-toe black shoes. She paired the look with a dark lip and slicked-back 'do for ultimate effect.
In Monse, 2016
For the Oscars after-party, Larson changed into a salmon pink velvet off-the-shoulder Monse gown that she color-coordinated with Roger Vivier sandals.
In Custom Gucci, 2016
The Best Actress nominee stunned in a custom cobalt blue ruffled Gucci gown at the 2016 Academy Awards.
In Chanel, 2016
Larson dazzled in a beaded Chanel dress and strappy sandals at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, where she took home the award for Best Female Lead.
In Emilia Wickstead, 2016
The nominee looked pretty in pink in a striped two-toned Emilia Wickstead design at the 88th Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon.
In Calvin Klein, 2016
At the Golden Globes, Brie Larson wore a head turning gold Calvin Klein gown that was accented with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
In Versace, 2016
Brie Larson stepped onto the red carpet at the SAG Awards wearing a light blue Versace gown and Roger Vivier shoes.
In Giambattista Valli Couture, 2016
At the National Board of Review Gala, Larson wore a mixed motif Giambattista Valli Couture dress that featured floral lace and embroidery.
In Jason Wu, 2016
Larson proved how chic simplicity is in an emerald green Jason Wu dress and Brian Atwood peep-toe pumps at the 2016 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
In Calvin Klein Collection, 2015
The actress showcased her minimalist side in a bold orange high-collar Calvin Klein Collection column at the 7th Annual Governors Awards.
In Katharine Kidd, 2015
Once again, Larson sported a high-collar silhouette—this time the actress chose a Katharine Kidd cocktail dress complete with a bow and classic black pumps for the 38th Mill Valley Film Festival.
In Rodarte, 2015
Larson shimmered in a metallic sequined Rodarte number.
In Valentino, 2015
At the BFI London Film Festival, Larson was short and sweet in a floral Valentino confection.
In Wes Gordon, 2015
Larson was a vision in a no-fuss peach Wes Gordon midi dress. Strappy nude sandals and a plum lip finished the look.
In Oscar de la Renta, 2015
A fit-and-flare gold Oscar de la Renta cocktail dress and black pumps fit the bill for Larson at the Digging for Fire premiere.
In Michael Kors, 2015
For the New York premiere of Trainwreck, Larson selected a black one-shoulder Michael Kors gown with a pleated skirt and color-blocked hem.
In Dolce & Gabbana, 2015
Larson went for broke at the Costume Institute Gala in an a elaborately embroidered Dolce & Gabbana number, complete with a matching headband and earrings.
In Dolce & Gabbana, 2015
With a fitted bodice, black bow, and metallic lace, Larson looked like a star in a Dolce & Gabbana gown at the Vanity Fair Academy Awards after-party.
In Rodarte, 2014
Larson lit up the red carpet in a one-shoulder Rodarte gown sprinkled with sparlkes. She accessorized her look with open-toe Christian Louboutin heels.
In Diane von Furstenberg, 2014
Larson complemented her playful star-print cap-sleeved DVF gown with Old Hollywood waves.
In Prada, 2014
Larson threw convention out the window in this avant-garde blue-and-gold Prada pantsuit and high top-knot.