Meryl Streep is America's greatest living actress. Period. In her first five years on the silver screen she bagged two Oscars, but her red carpet style was trapped somewhere between boho and hobo. Her oversized shirt/skirt combos ballooned in size through the '80s and her penchant for pantsuits meant some bad blazers. She wowed audiences and critics and surprised herself by continuing to get great parts after turning 40 - the age when most women in Hollywood disappear. Still, while she was racking up a record number of Oscar nominations, she looked like she was dressing off the rack. Then Meryl's film and fashion world came together when she played the hardcore stylista and magazine editor Miranda Priestly in "The Devil Wears Prada." Ever since, her red carpet look has had more style and more polish. These days she's more successful than ever, proving to Hollywood that you can get better with age. From frumpy award winner to fabulous fashion icon, this is the Celebrity Style Story of ...