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The evening’s will undoubtedly make plenty of wardrobe changes, but expect gowns from go-tos Giorgio Armani, J. Mendel and Oscar de la Renta.
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The former nominee could play up her shape in silver beaded Oscar de la Renta or go for full-out fairytale in crystal and tulle Marchesa.
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The Oscar will be returning as a presenter. Will she go as edgy as her last Academy Awards outing in Rodarte or return to the elegance of her winning vintage Dior?
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The star could play up her star status in regal red and gold from Jason Wu – or make a bold statement in structured black Marchesa.
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Nominated for Best Actress for Rabbit Hole, the 2004 has been on a style streak this awards season in high fashion stunners from Nina Ricci, Jean Paul Gaultier and Prada.
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The nominee and presenter could pick this gold and black column from her go-to L’Wren Scott or go bold in a patterned and beaded Oscar de la Renta.
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No one does red carpet fashion like the 2005 , picking bold designs from Alexander McQueen, Giorgio Armani and Lanvin.
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The fashionista could go bold in a ruffled, high-neck Alexander McQueen gown or go futuristic in high-shine purple Armani Privé.
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The favorite to win Best Actress, Black Swan’s will be showcasing her other big role of the year – mother-to-be! She s been favoring elegant draped dresses from designers like Viktor & Rolf, Lanvin, Azzaro and Jason Wu.
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The pregnant star could drape her bump in frothy pink Dior Haute Couture (she’s the face of their fragrance Miss Dior Cherie). Or she could go swingy in a shimmering silver Chanel Haute Couture gown.
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The 2002 tends to favor sexy dresses that highlight her famous figure. She doesn’t play favorites with designers, but has been recently spotted in Reem Acra, Nina Ricci and Yves St. Laurent.
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The presenter could play peekaboo in a beaded black Elie Saab Haute Couture gown or cover up in bold color wearing this yellow Zuhair Murad Haute Couture column.
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The Best Supporting Actress sticks to simple silhouettes with knockout embellishment from favorites like Elie Saab, Roland Mouret and Carolina Herrera.
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The redhead could show off her post-baby body in a gleaming black Carolina Herrera gown or a soft dove gray Elie Saab Haute Couture confection.
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The Best Actress has mastered making retro look modern, with vintage-inspired looks from Valentino, Azzaro and Chanel.
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The actress could go ’40s retro in a shimmering gold Jason Wu or go for ’60s flower power in daisy-bedecked Valentino.
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Singing at this year’s ceremony, the 1999 urban chic wardrobe is now a far cry from her iconic Ralph Lauren princess gown. Look for sexy styles from Versace, Stella McCartney and Emilio Pucci.
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The actress could show off her toned shoulders in an steel gray, one-shoulder gown from Donna Karan or a ombré feathered and beaded Prabal Gurung dress.
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The first-time nominee has taken the red carpet by storm with fashion-forward styles from Louis Vuitton, Prabal Gurung and Oscar de la Renta.
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The 20-year-old could go for classic elegance in a tiered mermaid gown from Oscar de la Renta or play up her youth in a feathered black Prabal Gurung.
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How many 14-year-olds can lay claim to a wardrobe filled with hot-off-the-runway Prada, Miu Miu and Alberta Ferretti? The True Grit actress brings a sense of fun and whimsy to her charming and age-appropriate choices.
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The young actress could be a bright spot in this yellow Prabal Gurung (who designed her Golden Globes gown). Or she can be subtle in luxe black velvet from Ralph Lauren.
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Performing a song from Tangled, the goes for classic elegance with a twist on the red carpet with gowns from Monique Lhuillier, Alberto Makali and Escada.
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The singer-actress could go for princess appeal in a full-skirted black Monique Lhuillier or go for a deep sapphire satin gown from Jenny Packham.
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The star always makes a statement, from hot pink Lanvin to deep sapphire Tom Ford to embellished Armani.
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The edgy New Yorker could go for high drama in a tulle-tipped Marchesa gown fresh off the runway or go subtle in a perfectly draped bronze Donna Karan.