Mrs. Daniel Craig has been keeping a low profile of late, and the truth is, we've missed her. For years Rachel Weisz has been making smart, sophisticated choices on the carpet with bold colors, strapless necklines, and her signature chestnut locks cascading down her shoulders. Finally, with her new film, "The Whistleblower," a powerful story about Kathryn Bolkovac, a UN policewoman who exposes a human trafficking scandal in Bosnia, Rachel is ready for her close-up again. There's already talk of another Oscar nod for the Best Supporting Actress winner and in anticipation of an award season with James Bond as her date, we thought we'd look back at our favorite of Rachel's picks through the years. Enjoy!
Rachel in a red mini. When you haven't been in front of the cameras for a while what's the best way to come back? A bright red Valentino mini, of course! Rachel chose this frock for "The Whistleblower" NYC premiere. Those aren't capped sleeves, by the way. They're giant bows on her shoulders. Love it!
Rachel in all white. There are only a handful of people who could pull off a jumpsuit—and fewer still who could do it in white jacquard. When "The Whistleblower" premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, Rachel rocked this '70s- inspired 3.1 Phillip Lim with a skinny belt.
Rachel in a black mini. She wore this sequined strapless Dolce & Gabanna mini to a party celebrating the designers during men's fashion week in Milan. It's unusual to see her hair up but the side-parted swoop perfectly frames her face. The lacy sweetheart neckline needs no accessories.
Rachel in Jason Wu. Michelle Obama isn't the only fan: Rachel wore Wu's violet daffodil print creation to the 2010 CFDA awards. Her basic black pumps are a perfect match for the busy pattern.
Rachel in pink strapless. To the Costume Institute Ball—the Oscars of the fashion world— Rachel stood out in this sweetheart-neck silk number by Oscar de la Renta
Rachel in green Valentino. She looks amazing in jewel tones—especially the emerald chiffon ombre column by Valentino that she wore to the "Agora" premiere in 2009.
Rachel in Herve Leger. Wow. I'm not sure if this bandage dress makes Rachel's body look amazing or if her body simply showcases the sexiness of the dress. The tough-chic metallic accessories are a good choice and so are the red lips!