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1996: For Sense and Sensibility’s debut, sported a lacy black bodysuit, an oversize coat and flat strappy sandals.
Now: She went with the same color at the Titanic: 3D premiere, but her glam Jenny Packham gown has little else in common with that first look.
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1998: Before all the charity work and becoming a mom of six, the made a stir with her gothic-glam looks, complete with heavy, dark makeup – as seen while promoting Gia.
Now: Today she’s more likely to be seen on red carpets in simple gowns and a lot less makeup, as demonstrated at the In the Land of Blood and Honey premiere.
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2006: The hasn’t been on the scene long, but what a difference a few years makes! As a rising Disney Channel star promoting High School Musical she toed the teenybopper line with a peach party dress and Mary Janes.
Now: Making the rounds for Journey 2: The Mysterious Island this year, she stuck to her favored boho-chic glam gowns (like this Maria Lucia Hohan) and jewels.
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1992: For her earliest film roles (like Sleeping with the Enemy), donned pearls – and, oh yeah, Kiefer Sutherland on her arm.
Now: Mirror Mirror’s evil queen has since ditched Kiefer – not to mention the ’90s style – in favor of tailored suits with a pop of color.
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2008: Nothing to be embarrassed about here! The newcomer earned props for looking like a fashion pro right out of the gates: At her red carpet bow for The Burning Plain, looked effortlessly elegant in a belted blue silk gown.
Now: Four years later, she still wows in glimmering gold Prabal Gurung at the Hunger Games premiere.
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1994: Though it’s hard to imagine showing so much leg today, she opted for a micromini and patent loafers to promote Speed.
Now: She’s long left that hemline behind, embracing chic minimalism (as seen at the Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close premiere) and sexy sophistication.
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2000: Befitting her breakout role on Dawson’s Creek, the rocked a midriff-baring top and low-slung trousers at the 2000 If These Walls Could Talk 2 premiere.
Now: It was quite the contrast from her My Week with Marilyn promo tour wardrobe, which was all about high necklines, full skirts and retro Hollywood glamour, like this Alexander McQueen gown.
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1991: She’s always been adorable! For her first film role at age 15, The Man in the Moon, had fun with a floral top, cowboy boots and prom-ready tendrils.
Now: Twenty-one years later, Reese still loves a good floral appliqué (as seen on her Giambattista Valli dress at the This Means War premiere), though she’s updated the hair and shoes.
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2006: Contrasting her hot-pink spaghetti-strap dress with lace accents, pulled-back hair and sparkly mules, Emily’s Devil Wears Prada premiere look was cute but not yet A-list ready.
Now: For the Salmon Fishing in the Yemen debut, she graduated to the big leagues with a striking Naeem Khan cocktail dress, Gianvito Rossi heels and a sleek bob.
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1996: When you’ve got a killer body like , the impulse is to show it off – perhaps in a knit two-piece ensemble, as she did at her 2 Days in the Valley premiere.
Now: Her figure hasn’t changed, but she now displays it in a more style-conscious way – for a Young Adult event, she was stunning and classy in Stella McCartney.
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