Elizabeth Banks's Best Red Carpet Looks
In Ralph & Russo, 2016
The actress was the belle of the ball at Vanity Fair's 2016 Oscar Party in this embellished cape-bearing ivory gown from Ralph & Russo.
In Roland Mouret, 2016
Banks stepped out at AARP's Movies for GrownUps Awards in February in this ruffled color-block frock. The comedian paired the dress with a matching set of Tamara Mellon Frontline sandals (shop them in different colors here).
In Elie Saab, 2016
The multi-hyphenate took the plunge at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in this embroidered crimson gown from Elie Saab.
In Gucci, 2016
Banks attended a 2016 March of Dimes event in a feminine floral wrap dress (shop a similar style here: $601; farfetch.com) and shimmering pale pink sandals.
In Elie Saab, 2015
Elizabeth Banks struck a pose at the Beasts of No Nation premiere at the 72nd Venice Film Festival in a stunning caped floral-print Elie Saab design that she styled with a metallic tube clutch and Louboutin T-strap sandals.
In Marchesa, 2015
Banks certainly made a splash at the A Bigger Splash premiere during the 72nd Annual Venice Film Festival. She wore a beauty rose-embroidered white lace Marchesa gown that she styled with a peach satin clutch and nude Choos.
In Andrew Gn, 2015
Banks made a bold move on the Venice Film Festival red carpet by stepping out an elaborately embroidered Andrew Gn gown with a full skirt. For finishing touches, she added statement earrings and a larger-than-life cocktail ring.
In Michael Kors Collection, 2015
Banks was a stunner at the 2015 Met Gala in an aqua cut-out Michael Kors Collection gown, complete with a Lee Savage clutch, and jewelry by Jennifer Fisher, Kara Ross, and Melissa Kaye.
In Elie Saab Haute Couture, 2015
Banks wowed at the Love & Mercy premiere at the 65th Berlinale International Film Festival in a breathtaking voluminous crimson red Elie Saab Haute Couture creation made from tulle and lace, and embroidered with pearls and sequins. She stuck with the color scheme and chose a ruby red geometric Rauwolf clutch as her accessory for the night.
In Elie Saab Haute Couture, 2014
At the world premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, Banks took a leaf out of her on-screen persona Effie's book and stirred up some commotion with a statement-making masterpiece. The star selected a sweeping silk chiffon pearl-studded floral-print red-to-blue gradient Elie Saab Haute Couture creation that draped down her back into a ground-grazing train. Except for Suzanne Kalan studs and two diamond Casa Reale rings, she scaled back on all other accessories to avoid unnecessary distraction.
In Versace, 2013
Banks hit The Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere in strapless orange Versace gown with linear gold detailing at the bodice, picking up on the metallic with gold Melinda Maria earrings, Jennifer Fisher rings and a copper Rauwolf clutch.
In Jenny Packham, 2013
At The Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere, Banks glammed it up in Jenny Packham separates: a black wool bustier top and pants embellished with silver crystal beading. Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, an Edie Parker clutch and black Louboutins completed her look.
In Elie Saab, 2013
Banks stole the show at The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Berlin premiere in a fully embellished Elie Saab gown with a sweetheart neckline and thin metallic belt. A silver Kara Ross clutch and drop earrings polished off the look.
In Marc Jacobs, 2012
The star hit the Paris premiere of The Hunger Games in a colorful sequined Marc Jacobs dress, patent pumps, an Irene Neuwirth ring and disc earrings from Kara Ackerman Designs.
In Bill Blass, 2012
Elizabeth Banks attended the London premiere of The Hunger Games in a Bill Blass gown, a Diamond in the Rough ring and Irene Neuwirth moonstone earrings.
In Versace, 2012
Banks sizzled at the L.A. The Hunger Games premiere in a tangerine Atelier Versace minidress that she accessorized with Vhernier jewelry, a gold minaudiere and patent leather Jimmy Choo peep-toes.
In Versace, 2010
Banks wore a Versace silk fringe design, geometric double platform sandals and a structured leather clutch with Stephen Russell jewelry to the New York premiere of The Next Three Days.