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Kate – who earned best actress nods for her film Carnage and HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce – doesn’t have a signature color, but she tends toward dramatic dresses and interesting necklines that punctuate her chiseled shoulders.
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A jewel-toned Salvatore Ferragamo gown would pair perfectly with Kate’s go-to red lipstick and striking updo, but she might return to a more flowy and feminine look with a mint-hued Carolina Herrera in a similar cut.
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The is known for her smoking hot curves – and she’s not afraid to flaunt them. Expect to see the Modern Family star in something that hugs her hips, comes in at the waist and shows off her déecolletage.
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Sofia is a fan of Zac Posen and his wine-colored design would accentuate her best features, but she would look equally gorgeous in a structured dress from Oscar de la Renta.
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Always ladylike and chic, the (who earned a best actress nomination for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe) often chooses high necklines and prints that are floral or whimsical.
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A pink and metallic Oscar de la Renta fits Michelle’s tastes, but she may decide to jump on the red-gown bandwagon with a sweet Valentino frock featuring delicate floral embroidery.
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If there’s one word to describe the red carpet style of the , whose show is up for best TV series, it’s glamour. Regardless of the designer, color or cut, her gowns are always sophisticated.
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Lea wouldn’t surprise anyone if she went with Oscar de la Renta – one of her faves – especially this sexy and sophisticated one-shoulder design. But she could also choose another of her top designers, Jenny Packham, and a dress with that super-deep V that she loves so much.
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Expect something in black or white and with revealing cutouts (natch!) from the red carpet newbie and best actress in a drama nominee.
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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo could don a high-impact Prabal Gurung (she wore something from this same collection to the N.Y.C. premiere of her movie) or choose a more feminine J. Mendel gown with a high slit and front cutout.
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The tastes run from sexy to demure, bright to nude and edgy to classic, but our bet is on something Old Hollywood for this year’s Globes.
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Sandra can’t go wrong with a simple Zac Posen featuring a sweetheart neckline or a sparkly head-turner from Elie Saab.
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The usually sticks to tried-and-true looks and silhouettes like strapless A-lines or flowy gowns, but just when you think she’s not one to mix it up, Reese steps out in something glittery or utterly sexy.
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Look for a sunny Carolina Herrera stunner that’s voluminous but won’t overwhelm Reese’s petite frame, or a draped one-shoulder Naeem Khan sparkler.
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A best actress nominee for her side-splitting turn in Bridesmaids, this relative newcomer to the red carpet typically goes for gowns that have one thing in common: a plunging neckline.
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A deep green frock (with an even deeper V) by Zuhair Murad would complement Kristen’s skin tone beautifully, while this textured Elie Saab (also with a deep V, of course) would be equally flattering and memorable.
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Everything this red carpet risk-taker and best supporting actress nominee dons is unique – and usually leaves fashion critics divided. Put your money on The Help star sporting something in an unexpected color or with interesting texture.
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Irina Shabayeva’s rust-colored number with swirling detail has Jessica’s name all over it, as does this yellow-green Donna Karan, which also boasts interesting texture.
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The is a fan of monochromatic looks in white, black or bold shades for major red carpet events. We’re leaning toward the latter – in a simple silhouette.
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Angelina has worn Jenny Packham in the past, plus this orange frock from the designer features one of the actress’s go-to cuts. She could also pick a subtly embellished Oscar de la Renta in jewel-toned green.
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The starlet, who gained acclaim for her role in Martha Marcy May Marlene, is all about Old Hollywood glamour, shimmer and demure, loose tops.
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A scoop-neck Jenny Packham in a nude shade fits Elizabeth to a tee, but she could stand out in a dramatic Marchesa with over-the-top, eye-catching embellishments.
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It’s elegance above all else for the , but that doesn’t mean she isn’t afraid to have fun with her red carpet apparel, having wowed in the past with major ruffles and an oversize bow.
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Anne could go the pretty princess route in a black, embellished Naeem Khan or drop jaws in this tulle creation from Marchesa.
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The star of Hugo, which earned three nods, still hasn’t developed a red carpet style identity but judging by recent fashion choices, we’re banking on something romantic and sweet.
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Chloë has been donning sweetheart dresses and tops with sheer overlays, making this fire engine red Jenny Packham an obvious choice. But she could also up the glam factor and go for a layered Marchesa with an asymmetrical hemline.
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Sexy, sexy, sexy could be style motto. The Gossip Girl star will no doubt walk the red carpet in a gorgeous ensemble that shows a lot of leg, a lot of cleavage – or both!
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Blake could look ravishing in a plunging-neckline Oscar de la Renta with a sheer skirt, or bring a pop of color with a royal purple Zuhair Murad creation that is perfect for showing off toned gams. (We’re pretty sure she’ll leave the feathered bolero at home.)