People.com Celebrity What Will Oscar Stars Wear? Can't wait to see the dresses on Kate Winslet, Angelina Jolie and Penélope Cruz? We've got our picks for the actresses – vote for your runway favorites. By Melissa Liebling-Goldberg By People Staff Published on February 13, 2009 05:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 20 ANGELINA JOLIE Nick Sadler/Startraks Nominated for Best Actress (for her role in The Changeling), Jolie has tried out a simpler style this awards season with easy blouson gowns from Max Azria and Atelier Versace. 02 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Scott Gries/Getty; Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Wireimage Angelina can stick with her tried-and-true look with this maroon Max Azria blouson gown or go glam in this embellished black Armani Privé. 03 of 20 KATE WINSLET Lionel Hahn/ABACA The Best Actress nominee for The Reader – for which she won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress – has been flaunting her curves in fitted fishtail gowns and classic strapless looks from YSL, Narciso Rodriguez and Zac Posen. 04 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Scott Gries/Getty; ANG/Fame Kate could stick to a winning formula with this black fishtail Zac Posen gown or go for color in this strapless blue Valentino. 05 of 20 PENéLOPE CRUZ Eamonn McCormack/WireImage The always stylish star is a far cry from her tempestuous role in Vicky Cristina Barcelona this awards season, favoring classic gowns in blacks and golds from Azzedine Alaia and Armani Privé. 06 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Wireimage; Karl Prouse/Catwalking/Getty Penélope can pick another Armani Privé with this stunning, one-shouldered red gown or go for drama with this ruffled Roberto Cavalli. 07 of 20 ANNE HATHAWAY Jason Merritt/Getty The first-time Best Actress nominee for Rachel Getting Married has dazzled in sparkling creations by Armani Privé, Azzaro and Chloé so far this season. 08 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Karl Prouse/Catwalking/Getty; Charles Eshelman/WireImage Anne can show off her slim shape in a glittering Armani Privé silver gown, or put all eyes on her in a floral-embroidered Marchesa confection. 09 of 20 AMY ADAMS Jason Merritt/Getty The Best Supporting Actress nominee has left images of her as a nun in Doubt far behind with her sexy strapless gowns from Giambattista Valli, Roland Mouret and Oscar de la Renta. 10 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Scott Gries/Getty; Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty Amy can set off her fiery locks with a bold black gown like this corset-topped Monique Lhuillier or this simply sexy RM by Roland Mouret gown. 11 of 20 TARAJI P. HENSON Kevin Winter/Getty The red-carpet newcomer – and Best Supporting Actress nominee for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – has sizzled in body-conscious gowns in vivid colors from Zac Posen, Hervé Leroux and Reem Acra. 12 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Courtesy David Meister; Frazer Harrison/Getty Taraji will continue to gravitate toward striking color and sexy shapes. How about this ruffled yellow Carolina Herrera or this red David Meister? 13 of 20 FREIDA PINTO A Photos/Landov The Slumdog Millionaire star may not be nominated, but she has been racking up fashion accolades for her spot-on feminine style in gowns by Christian Lacroix, Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa. 14 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Charles Eshelman/WireImage; Slaven Vlasic/Getty Freida can be a goddess in this draped ivory Marchesa or this vibrant, yellow satin Oscar de la Renta. 15 of 20 MARION COTILLARD Kevork Djansezian/AP Last year's Best Actress winner will return to present this year's Best Actor Oscar. She picked French designers last year and, as the face of the Lady Dior bag, is loyal to Christian Dior. 16 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/WireImage(2) The French actress can relive her Oscar-winning look in this flowing white Jean Paul Gaultier or show brand loyalty with this exquisite Dior Haute Couture gown. 17 of 20 MARISA TOMEI PA Photos /Landov The actress already has one Best Supporting Actress Oscar – will this be two for the star, who has proved to be a red carpet wildcard with looks from Elie Saab, Oscar de la Renta, Dior and Etro? 18 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Nathalie Lagneau/Catwalking/Getty; Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/WireImage Marisa will surprise us all with her choice, whether it be this white strapless Elie Saab or this over-the-top gold Christian Lacroix Haute Couture. 19 of 20 JESSICA BIEL Gus Ruelas/AP The actress already handed out the first Oscars of the year at the Technical Awards in her red carpet go-to, Oscar de la Renta. 20 of 20 OUR PREDICTIONS Biasion Studio/WireImage; Chris Moore/Catwalking/Getty There's a very good change that Jessica will stick to her main man Oscar de la Renta with either his silver floral gown or degradé gray-and-black frock.