Fashion Trends We Love
1. Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson opted for a black Alexander McQueen gown with a gilded collar and belt and added Roger Vivier's metallic clutch.
2. Michelle Dockery
Yellow gold earrings, bracelet, and ring-all by Bulgari-set off the intricate gold bodice on Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery's white gown.
3. Nicole Kidman
A swarm of gold details embellished the neckline of Kidman's Alexander McQueen gown. The nominee completed her black and gold look with Fred Leighton bangles.
4. Amanda Seyfried
Multiple panels gave Amanda Seyfried's flesh-toned lace Givenchy gown subtle structure.
5. Amy Adams
Best Supporting Actress nominee Amy Adams celebrated in a ballet pink mermaid silhouette by Marchesa.
6. Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence lit up the red carpet in a real-life fire dress-a
coral organza dress by Dior Haute Couture.
7. Marion Cotillard
Best Actress in a Motion Picture nominee Marion Cotillard smoldered in an asymmetrical tea-length creation by Dior-and satin pumps by the designer to match.
8. Claire Danes
Atelier Versace created Best Actress nominee Claire Danes's silk floor-length gown custom for the actress.
9. Jessica Chastain
Jessica Chastain's Calvin Klein Collection halter dress let her red tresses flow free down her back.
10. Naomi Watts
Naomi Watts turned in her long-sleeve Zac Posen gown to reveal a sultry keyhole back.
11. Julianna Margulies
Nothing but a well-placed ribbon at the neck kept Julianna Margulies's low-back Emilio Pucci number in place. A pair of peep-toe Roger Vivier pumps completed the sexy look.
12. Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez flaunted her famous figure in Zuhair Murad's curve-hugging nude gown with white lace accents.
13. Kerry Washington
Kerry Washington sparkled in her blush Miu Miu minidress with a crystallized overlay.
14. Thandie Newton
Thandie Newton's dove gray minidress boasted a strategic starburst bodice.