Michelle Williams is not only known for her acting talent and honest intelligence, but also for the amazing sense of style she possesses.
From her days on Dawson’s Creek to her present icon status as one of the most transfixing female actors in modern cinema, Williams’ style has evolved tremendously. Her charming, gamine appearance and petite stature make her an ideal target for the fashion industry’s top designers, but she retains a demure sense of self. She’s never flashy, and always perfectly at ease in the looks she wears on the red carpet. Inside these pages, you’ll get a closer look at what makes Michelle Williams such an inspirational fashion figure.
Pixie hair, a blossom-printed long-sleeved Giulietta shift dress, and mismatched Zanotti fuchsia heels are all it takes to make Williams look adorable and mod - like she’s just setting foot outside the Warhol Factory after a night out.
Williams works the classic Little Black Dress by opting for a sexier corset-style bodice from Altuzarra, white-blonde hair, and red lips. Her white ankle-strap Givenchy heels are a cool counterpoint to her all-black ensemble.
Even a sweeping orange gown can’t distract from her sweet smile. Williams pairs her Louis Vuitton look with a pink Bottega Veneta clutch and dainty belt, which enhance the femininity of the dress.
Williams does the tomboy trend better than anybody in Hollywood. Her cropped haircut and Louis Vuitton tuxedo blazer are balanced by leg-revealing shorts and sexy peep-toe heels.
A simple black dress with a white ruffle underlay and chunky platforms are part of Williams’ red carpet blueprint. This time, she opts for a Givenchy number with YSL pumps for a sophisticated and unfussy look.
Williams channels Old Hollywood glamour in a statuesque black-and-white H&M Bespoke gown, a diamond choker, and crimson lips. She adds a hint of modernity to her look with an Olympia Le-Tan clutch.
Lacy sleeves accent the red, one-shoulder Valentino dress that she’s wearing, adding a hint of modesty to an otherwise racy look.
Williams positively radiates charm in this velvet floor-length Jason Wu gown. Her chic Fred Leighton for Forevermark headband keeps the rather matronly look youthful and current.
Williams poses cheekily in this insanely stylish belted-and-layered cap-shoulder Chanel gown. Though she looks proper, she doesn’t look prim.
From white-blonde hair to a bronze hue, Williams changes up her favorite palette to match her hair. This time, she goes for a sequin-sprayed metallic Miu Miu frock and Prada sandals.
This golden girl looks adorable in a sleeveless Oscar de la Renta gown in a shade of champagne gold. Normally, this tone would wash out someone with milky skin, but on her it looks radiant.
This floor-length, layered Dior gown is a sensual option for Williams. She breaks up the column of off-white fabric with a simple black belt to balance her proportions.
Golden hair, bronze makeup, and a powerful black Miu Miu gown with gold bird appliques make for one of Williams’ most fashion-forward looks.
Williams nails minimalist style in this simple white Chanel Couture gown. So timeless is her look that she could be from any era.
Even though this is one of her more casual looks, it still points to Williams’ ability to be both masculine and feminine at the same time.
A dusting of daisies against a sheer taupe background creates a straightforwardly girly look for Williams. What we’re saying is that she’s absolutely adorable in this Valentino number.
Her loose, flowing Balenciaga dress is given a modern update with a slight mullet hem in a scalloped shape accented by muted sequins. This look is stylish and confident without being overdone.
Mixed prints and textures are what give this simple look a more interesting visual appeal. Williams keeps it basic by matching her Nina Ricci top and Wren skirt with a pair of Louboutin platforms and a chunky cocktail ring.
Williams channels the sensuality of a 1930s French cabaret dancer in this tiny Dior dress. Her purple Charlotte Olympia platforms help keep this look modern.
Williams is the belle of the ball in a sleeveless Azzaro frock that sports a textured bodice, a ruffled skirt, and a giant velvet bow belt. Though this is a ‘busier’ look than what she usually goes for, it’s still way ahead of the style curve.