Since Megan Fox broke out onto the scene in 2007 with her role in “Transformers,” the actress has been in the spotlight. And while she has made few public appearances showing off her fierce outfits in recent years, Fox is back making her rounds as a red carpet regular.
Last year, Fox made her red carpet debut as a couple with boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly at the 2020 American Music Awards. For the occasion, she wore green asymmetrical top with an A-line skirt by Azzi and Osta. The actress paired the look with diamonds, a black clutch and black heeled sandals by Giambattista Valli. This was just the beginning of a series of statement style from the couple.
Since then, Fox has begun working with stylist Maeve Reilley to create edgy looks together, including Fox’s red lace-up Peter Dundas gown she wore to the 2021 Met Gala.
This year, Fox became known for her daring fashion. In September, in one of her most headline-making ensembles to date, the actress attended MTV’s awards show in a custom, completely sheer Mugler midi dress with subtle glitter embroidery throughout, paired with an embellished thong underneath.
In years past, Fox was a front-row staple during fashion month. The star was seen at the Armani fashion show in Paris in 2009 and again in 2010 in Milan, for instance. At the time, Fox was the face of Armani Beauty, and she appeared in the spring 2011 Emporio Armani Underwear and Emporio Armani Jeans ad campaigns.
In addition to Armani, Fox had been spotted at other shows throughout the years, including Versace in 2008. Most recently, she was seen taking her turn on the catwalk at the Liverpool Insurgentes department store’s Fashion Fest fashion show in Mexico City in 2017.
Though Fox is known for her movie roles, she’s stayed in sync with the fashion industry as a Frederick’s of Hollywood brand ambassador and stakeholder since 2016. Her lingerie collection hit Forever 21 stores in 2018.
Now, she’s expanding her fashion footprint with a new collection for Boohoo. This month, she launched her first-ever collaborative capsule with the company, filled with everything you could need to elevate your fall style. Curated in part by Reilly, the collection includes edgy dresses, red hot statement suits and all the layering pieces to complete your closet.
Plus, her shoe collection has always been on point. The “Jennifer’s Body” star could often be seen in designer heels such as Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo and Casadei. In the early 2010s, Fox was also a fan of towering stilettos and platform styles.
Now, her go-to brands for shoes include Amina Muaddi, Jimmy Choo, Balenciaga and Femme L.A.
When it comes to street style, Fox is a fan of leather looks as well as denim. This summer, for instance, she was spotted side-by-side with MGK, wearing a beige Alexander Wang bralette with distressed blue Ksubi jeans. She completed the look with an Acne Studios trench coat and bejeweled Amina Muaddi platform sandals.
Fox doesn’t shy away from bold and revealing fashion and her sex appeal continues to be a point of conversation. The mom of three has been in the news last June after an old Jimmy Kimmel clip resurfaced. In a 2009 interview, Fox described having to dance for “Transformers” director Michael Bay in a bikini at age 15 when she was an extra in “Bad Boys II,” which Kimmel and the audience laughed off. This prompted fans to take to Twitter arguing that this was just one example of the mistreatment Fox has endured over her career from Hollywood and the general public as she was often sexualized in film and in the media. Twitter started trending with #MeganFox talking about her much-needed comeback.
Most recently, Fox can be seen starring in Machine Gun Kelly’s music video, “Bloody Valentine,” and the film “Till Death.” Next up, she will be featured in “Big Gold Brick” and “Good Mourning with a U,” slated for 2022.
To see more Megan Fox’s statement style through the years, click through the gallery.