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Best Actress nominee Kate Winslet looked beautifully off-kilter in an embroidered one-shoulder design from Yves Saint Laurent.
star Freida Pinto was a stylesetter in a sheer, single-sleeve gown from John Galliano.
did not shy away from sartorial drama-the second-time nominee selected a sweeping, single-strap design from Versace.
bared a solo stem in a custom gown designed by Roland Mouret.
Sarah Jessica Parker
played up her perfect shape in a haute couture gown from Christian Dior.
drew all eyes in an Elie Saab gown with a low-dipping bodice.
wore an intricately draped Rodarte design that played up her golden skin.
Who says redheads can't wear crimson? Nominee Amy Adams accented her auburn locks with a streamlined design from Carolina Herrera.
Virginia Madsen in Kevan Hall, Loree Rodkin earrings, Rene Caovilla shoes, Katherine Baumann bag, 2009 Academy Awards, Oscars, Red Carpet Arrivals
Presenter Amanda Seyfried rocked a Valentino gown in the designer's signature shade.
Comic actress Leslie Mann sparkled in a Pamella Roland design with silver and gold mosaic sequins.
Nominee Viola Davis gleamed gold in a Reem Acra gown.
Best Actress nominee Anne Hathaway selected an Armani Prive design, accented with champagne-hued paillettes and Swarovski crystals.
wore a Zuhair Murad haute couture gown with a skirt of beaded petals.
Evan Rachel Wood
highlighted her porcelain complexion with an ivory gown from Elie Saab.
wrapped her curves in a platinum Prada column gown.
Best Supporting Actress winner Penelope Cruz wore a vintage Balmain gown with bridal appeal.
Nominee Taraji P. Henson wore a layered buttercream confection from Roberto Cavalli.
accented her hourglass figure in a formfitting House of Dereon gown with a fishtail hem.
flaunted her contours in a lingerie-inspired Dolce & Gabbana gown with a tulle train.
went classic Hollywood in a customized Marchesa gown with a tulle trumpet hem.
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