Viola Davis: How to get away with red-carpet style

Red on red - This red gown Davis wore to 'The Help' movie premiere suited her perfectly.

Sophisticated and simple - For an event at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2011, the actress picked this beautiful white suit.

Sunny style - Not many people can pull off a yellow dress like this Academy Award winner!

Gorgeous in green - At the 2011 Hollywood Film Awards Gala, Viola opted for this green number.

Grecian goddess - The actress embraced her curves in this Greek-warrior one-shoulder model with a sexy leg split.

Orange and opulent - One of her outfits at the 2017 Emmys consisted of this stunning gown with a balconette-style neckline.

Posing in purple - She wore this purple gown to the Time 100 event, which combines beautifully with her skin tone.

Nature calls - Remember when she wore this iconic white gown with silver leaves to the Emmys in 2015?

Double winner - The dress wasn't the only winner, as Davis took home the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in 'How to Get Away with Murder.'

Starry night - The award-winning actress opted for this incredible gown with see-through sleeves to attend the 2016 Golden Globes.

She's blue (da-ba-dee) - At the Critics' Choice Awards in 2016, Davis proved once again that less is more.

Scarlet fever - This incredible red gown with a flowing train was Viola's choice for the 2017 Oscars.

A new kind of accessory - But she also stole the show when she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in 'Fences.'

Back in black - Despite the lack of her standard bold tones, Davis still slayed the red carpet in this look at the 2018 Golden Globes. 

Elegant as ever -
The actress chose a simple yet elegant white dress for the 2019 Rome Film Festival. 

Her best yet -
This black and white gown she wore to the 2019 Emmy Awards was a show-stealer, with its unique shape that resembled an abstract art piece. 

Power suit -
At the 2019 Women In Film Annual Gala, Davis donned this gorgeously feminine monochrome suit from Max Mara. 

A dress that moves -
At the 23rd Annual Hollywood Film Awards, she wore this blue number that seems to have been constructed for movement. 

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