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The Best Actress nominee's Oscar de la Renta gown paired an asymmetric ruffled silhouette with this equally feminine hue.
Striking red accents upped the drama of the expectant mom's flowing pastel Viktor & Rolf gown.
This Golden Globe winner chose the most daring variation of pink in a neon Calvin Klein design.
The Best Actress nominee drew attention to her emerald eyes in Versace's glittering green gown.
Hathaway's intricate Giorgio Armani gown revealed a sexy surprise in the back!
A high slit and metallic platform heels balanced the modesty of the presenter's full-coverage Burberry gown.
Textured fabric and bustling enhanced the drama of the actress's forest green Monique Lhuillier ballgown.
Intricate folds added dimension to the bodice of the nominee's emerald Vera Wang gown.
The Mad Men nominee chose a silk Donna Karan strapless dress in a deep hunter green hue.
The singer mirrored the sparkle of Badgley Mischka’s strapless sequin design with radiant glowing skin.
The presenter scored a nearly-nude effect in Elie Saab’s sheer, butterfly sleeve design.
The Glee star took a mature departure from her on-screen character in a sexy, sleek Lorena Sarbu gown.
Laser-cut ruffles added visual interest to the nominee's midnight Marchesa dress. "She's always so elegant, and looks incredible in this column gown," said Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman.
"She wanted to wear something dark, it suits her personality," said celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, who helped dress the nominee in an ornate Louis Vuitton ruffled gown for her Globe debut.
A cascade of chiffon ruffles and floral appliques adorned Julie Bowen's sheer gray Tadashi Shoji gown.