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Kate Hudson opted for a black Alexander McQueen gown with a gilded collar and belt and added Roger Vivier's metallic clutch.
Yellow gold earrings, bracelet, and ring-all by Bulgari-set off the intricate gold bodice on Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery's white gown.
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.
Multiple panels gave Amanda Seyfried's flesh-toned lace Givenchy gown subtle structure.
Best Supporting Actress nominee Amy Adams celebrated in a ballet pink mermaid silhouette by Marchesa.
Jennifer Lawrence lit up the red carpet in a real-life fire dress-a coral organza dress by Dior Haute Couture.
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.
Atelier Versace created Best Actress nominee Claire Danes's silk floor-length gown custom for the actress.
Jessica Chastain's Calvin Klein Collection halter dress let her red tresses flow free down her back.
Naomi Watts turned in her long-sleeve Zac Posen gown to reveal a sultry keyhole back.
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.
Jennifer Lopez flaunted her famous figure in Zuhair Murad's curve-hugging nude gown with white lace accents.
Kerry Washington sparkled in her blush Miu Miu minidress with a crystallized overlay.
Thandie Newton's dove gray minidress boasted a strategic starburst bodice.