Let's be honest. Showing skin is always in.
Whether it's a flash of the leg, via a high slit or a sexy, strategic cut-out on the side of a gown, celebs are always pushing the envelope on the red carpet.
But sometimes, just a delicate showcase of the décolletage is enough to make a major impact.
This French word comes from a verb meaning “expose the neck,” and that's exactly what décolletage does: it's a low neckline on a woman's garment.
One of the oldest fashion trends in history, the style has been wore by everyone from queens to Kardashians.
Scroll through the gallery below to check out the celebs who walked the red carpet recently in dazzling décolletage-centered looks.
The Office alum reigned supreme at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in a regal purple Reem Acra creation and Chopard Gems.
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At the same event, the Sylvie's Love star wore a bold, billowy Nicolas Jebran gown in a majestic magenta hue, paired with Bulgari jewels.
At the 2020 American Music Awards, the Favorite Female Artist in the Latin category oozed old Hollywood glamour in a Ralph & Russo Fall 2020 Couture one-shoulder satin gown, accented crystals, which she styled with Stuart Weitzman “Nudist Hollywood” platform sandals.
In one of two looks she wore on the red carpet at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, the "Juice" singer thew it back to the '80s with a Balmain iridescent mint-free strapless short mermaid dress.
At the 2021 Golden Globe Awards, the 9-1-1 star presented on stage in a striking, asymmetrical purple Dolce & Gabbana gown featuring a sweetheart neckline and dramatic feather and crystal detail. Graziela Gems finished her look.
For the 2021 Golden Globes's virtual red carpet, the Music actress stunned in a custom off-the-shoulder Louis Vuitton gown, which was belted at the waist with a peplum detail. She accessorized with Bulgari jewelry.
At the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The Morning Show actress dazzled in a custom Celine sequin embellished one-shoulder dress, which was accessorized with Harry Winston jewels.
At the 73rd British Academy Film Awards, the Bombshell actress floated down the red carpet in a purple strapless Christian Dior pleated chiffon gown with a split neckline and a belted waist.
At the Mulan premiere, the 63-year-old actress looked sensational in a Sebastian Gunawan Couture white and black layered tulle gown, which highlighted her décolletage.