To promote Jennifer’s Body in 2009, Megan Fox wore a black strapless mini dress by Dolce & Gabbana.
The dress, a black strapless mini by Dolce & Gabbana, was paired with black suede shoes and an Atelier Swarovski clutch. Fox also wore her hair in a sleek low ponytail and kept her makeup simple for the event.
Fox went on to wear several more DVF dresses during 2009 and 2010, including the brand’s ruffled cream silk gown from its Resort 2010 collection at the People’s Choice Awards in 2010 and its slinky white silk-chiffon halter gown from its Resort 2011 collection at an appearance on Conan O’Brien’s late-night show that same year.
Megan Fox may be known for her acting and modeling, but she’s also known for her red-carpet style. The actress has worn some of the most memorable red-carpet dresses of all time, so it’s not surprising that David Koma decided to create a look inspired by Megan Fox’s style.
Here are six looks from the David Koma Spring 2019 runway show and how they compare to Megan Fox’s red-carpet looks:
In 2010, she wore a silver Reem Acra mini with a thigh-high slit.
Fashion critics may have been confused by the choice, but it’s clear that she was trying to make a statement. In 2010, she wore a silver Reem Acra mini with a thigh-high slit. The dress was from the Fall 2010 collection and cost around $5,000.
The 2011 Premiere of Jonah Hex
Combine the word “green” with the word “dress,” and you get a color that is as close to universally associated with summer as any other hue. If you’re looking for an easy way to give your wardrobe a warm-weather update, then consider dressing in green this spring. The color has become synonymous with good luck and prosperity in many cultures, which makes it especially fitting for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations happening all over the world next month—but it also works just as well for daytime events like weddings and showers.
For Megan Fox, who has been wearing red carpets like they’re runways since she began her acting career at age 15 (the same age at which I learned how to drive), stepping out onto one can be intimidating especially when the stakes are so high! But thanks to Koma’s signature silhouettes and bold colors that hearken back to his time spent working under Solange Knowles’ former stylist Leslie Fremar before launching his line at Coachella 2014, Fox has no problem making headway on style’s biggest night of the year when she wears one of his pieces on Emmy or golden globe nights!
Ralph Lauren Spring 2011 Collection
She was outfitted in an asymmetrical, one-shouldered white gown from the Ralph Lauren Spring 2011 collection for her appearance at the Golden Globes the same year.
The asymmetrical, one-shouldered white gown was designed by Koma and featured a low back that accentuated Fox’s figure and made her appear taller than she was. The dress was paired with black pumps with red soles, giving it a pop of color that complimented her hair and makeup.
Teen Choice Awards
At the 2011 Teen Choice Awards, Fox danced on stage in a tiny Azzaro dress paired with simple black pumps. She completed the look with a sleek hairstyle and minimal makeup. As she danced around on stage, fans could see that she was smiling and having fun.
The actress’ body-hugging choice was certainly eye-catching but it wasn’t just her outfit that made this appearance so memorable: It was what she wore underneath her dress that had everyone talking! The short hemline showed off Fox’s toned legs, creating an elegant silhouette for her figure.
The Most Unforgettable Red-Carpet Dresses
Megan Fox is a fashion icon. She has the unerring sense of style that makes her look effortlessly chic, whether she’s wearing jeans and sneakers or an elegant gown on the red carpet. Her red-carpet looks are so memorable that she’s often remembered for them more than for any of her movies.
The actress has worn some of the most unforgettable red-carpet dresses of all time: Her 2009 Elie Saab dress at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards was one of those dresses that people still discuss today and it was iconic enough to make it into Time magazine’s list of “Best Dressed Celebs.” And then there were those two Alexander McQueen gowns from 2010’s Met Gala and 2011’s Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York City, which helped redefine what constitutes “sexy” in fashion and also made Fox one of McQueen’s most successful muses (alongside Kate Moss).
Megan Fox, David Koma, and the Red Carpet at the Oscars
The red carpet is all about glamour. And this year’s Oscars didn’t disappoint.
Megan Fox and David Koma were among the many celebrities who strutted their stuff in some of the most fashionable outfits seen on the red carpet.
Megan Fox wore a long-sleeved dress with a white flower pattern that showed off her slender figure. She was accessorized with elbow-length gloves and a matching hat, which complemented her long blonde hair perfectly.
David Koma also made a splash with his outfit: he wore a black tuxedo with a purple bow tie and pocket square to match his date’s gown.
The two were joined by other stars like Emma Stone, who wore an emerald green dress with gold accents; Jennifer Lopez, who donned a long black gown; and Justin Timberlake, who opted for a classic white tuxedo rather than an unconventional look like he did last year at the Oscars ceremony when he wore one of the own designs from his clothing line JT Collections.”
As fashion week season kicks off, it’s a great reminder that fashion is not only about looking good but also about being practical and having an eye for quality. However, because the clothes are never actually worn by the celebrities themselves, getting photos during the red carpet events is a challenge, and requires great camera skill as well as creative thinking. Contrary to some opinions outside of the industry, photographers are often as interested in getting good shots of the outfits as they are of the celeb themselves. Part of this stems from necessity these images have real monetary value and need to provide enough detail to allow editors to accurately run their features on the latest fashions. It’s also part of their job to capture appropriate pictures to fulfill their client’s needs. However you look at it though, a certain amount of artistic license will always be necessary when creating such images. The reason: you want your audience to want what you’re showing them. This photo by Jeff Vespa is a particularly interesting example because he has chosen a very narrow depth-of-field to exaggerate Megan Fox’s features while simultaneously making her background blurry. This means that while she is the focus of attention, she is also clearly aware that she is on camera and performing.