Scarlett Johansson wowed in a figure-hugging white Dior cocktail dress at Tod's handbag launch last night.
The party was held to celebrate the brand's signature bag line and took place at the Italian Embassy during Paris Fashion Week.
At the event, the curvy blonde revealed she is a fan of the famous Italian footwear and leather goods label.
"I've loved Tod's for a long time, they've always been very generous, and I've worn their stuff for a long time," Scarlet told WWD. "It's wearable, comfortable and classic."
Scarlet accessorised her show-stopping white dress with some black Roger Vivier heels and a leather clutch. The dress featured slight ruching at the bust and a sheer sleeve that fell to the elbow which suited her figure perfectly.
Despite her flawless appearance and A-list good looks, Scarlett still has to be careful about what she wears. It has taken her some time to learn what looks best on her and there are some designs she knows she can never wear.
"I think every girl has their difficult part of their body that's difficult to dress," Scarlett revealed. "For me it's always been about being petite and curvy. There are certain styles I'd love to wear, but I just have to come to terms with the fact that I just don't look good in like a sack dress, it's just not going to happen… As you get older you learn more about your body and what looks good on you."
At the launch party Tod's presented their signature bag collection to guests who also included glamorous actress Jessica Stam.
The new collection of clutches and handbags come in pale metallic and warm Caribbean colours.
Scarlett actress is an ambassador for Dolce and Gabbana and has been in Paris for several days during the capital's Fashion Week showcases.
She hasn't always been so fashionable though, and sometimes looks back on her outfit choices and cringes.
"It's weird for me, because I've been photographed for so long… and sometimes you look back at those red-carpet pictures, and you're like, 'What was I thinking?'" Scarlett laughed. "I think everyone has that, maybe not on that scale… but everybody has their shameful red-carpet moment."
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