The OC's resident bad girl, the ace director of 2019's Booksmart, and now the rumoured girlfriend of Mr Harry Styles. We would give quite a lot to be Olivia Wilde, especially seeing as looking back at her red carpet hits is like taking a journey into a big frock fantasyland, with the occasional guest appearance from some super-sharp tailoring. Sigh. These are her very best looks.
SEE: Olivia Wilde's Best Style Moments
For Vanity Fair's Oscars celebration last year, Wilde wore balloon-sleeved Fendi.
The Italian house was also her choice for 2020's Independent Spirit Awards.
The actor-director wore a high-necked and sharp-shouldered gown, accessorising with arm candy from The Vampire's Wife, for the Film Independent's Directors Close Up.
Valentino's lipstick red gown was her date to last year's Critics' Choice Awards.
Embracing her bohemian side for last year's Hollywood Critics Awards.
Proving she can do pin-sharp tailoring, as well as big energy dresses, at the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominees Brunch.
Wilde wore a cinched-waisted jumpsuit at the The Hollywood Reporter's Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast Gala.
Wilde choose ethereal white for 2019 IFP Gotham Awards.
Wilde embraced a more form-fitting silhouette, and retro print, at 2019's Napa Valley Film Festival.
Erdem's gorgeously embellished gown was her choice for 2019's Golden Globe Ambassador Party.
Valentino's neon, sheer and full-skirted shirt dress is one of our all-time favourite looks on Wilde.
Another stellar shirt dress, this time from Carolina Herrera.
A knockout moment in ruby red Ralph Lauren.
Wearing a sweeping tuxedo cape to celebrate at 2019's Women In Film Max Mara Face Of The Future.
For Booksmart's screening, Wilde stood out in a sea of gowns in scarlet Magda Butrym.
Continuing the rouge colour scheme with tailoring from Dundas.
Looking just as gilded as a certain statuette at last year's Billboard Music Awards.
Wearing Calvin Klein colour-blocking for the screening of If Beale Street Could Talk.
Bringing her cool-girl credentials to the Through Her Lens: The Tribeca Chanel Women's Filmmaker Program Luncheon.
Wilde matched her lipstick shade to her petal-shaped gown at the premiere of Meadowland.