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The Homeland loves structural designs that somehow manage to be both classic and avant-garde. This white Donna Karan creation fits the bill, plus the origami-style folds will flatter her post-baby body (which already looks Hollywood-perfect, of course) .
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If this recent fashion choices during the Les Mis premiere circuit are any indication, she’ll choose something totally over-the-top for the Globes. We’d put her on the best dressed list for this dramatic Jason Wu design with bondage-like detail.
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Was this Monique Lhuillier made with the Silver Linings Playbook in mind? We have to wonder since it hits a bunch of Jennifer’s red carpet requirements: metallic, textured, daring and futuristic.
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The New Girl wore a strapless Oscar de la Renta gown at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner last year and we’d love to see her opt for the same silhouette and designer on Jan. 13. The graphic dress is fun and quirky, just like Zooey. (We just hope she doesn’t hide her sure-to-be awesome Golden Globes mani in those pockets!)
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The actress, who’s up for her role in Zero Dark Thirty, is a bit of a sartorial wild card, having tested out several designers, colors and silhouettes in the past year. We could see her in this Badgley Mischka stunner with its pretty flutter sleeves and ornate detailing.
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One of the many reasons we love Lena: The Girls star/creator/writer/director isn’t afraid of taking risks on the red carpet. Which is why we wouldn’t be shocked if she became the first actress to attend an awards show in knee-length Prada shorts and a coordinating tube top.
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If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. And go-to gown, a mermaid-style, strapless, va-va-voom number, ain’t broke. She’d look super-sexy in this pale green confection by one of her favored designers, Zac Posen.
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Everything about this Carolina Herrera creation screams Amy Adams: the petal-like shoulders, the dainty bow-belt, the slim silhouette and the unique neckline. (Though we’d expect the actress, nominated for her turn in The Master, to request the dress in a shade that better complements her hair color.)