The Globes: A Golden Opportunity for Glamour

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Emily Blunt - The Young Victoria

Emily's youthful beauty and slender frame lend her to many options this awards season; the best of which come from Reem Acra's Pre-Fall 2010 collection. Her form flattering, flowing pieces are exquisitely detailed and suited for royalty. Critics choice: the sparkling amethyst frock, fit for a queen.

Best Actress in A Motion Picture Drama/Comedy or Musical: Sandra Bullock - The Blind Side/The Proposal

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Michael Kors makes classy fun and fierce with this cleverly cut leopard print gown. Undoubtedly one of the most memorable dresses to come out of Pre-Fall 2010, this would be utter perfection on such a strong, standout actress as Sandra.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Helen Miren - The Last Station

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Acra continues to amaze with this show stopping number. What would likely overwhelm the average starlet, would gorgeously grace the shoulders of Helen Miren. However, a deeper neckline would be a nice touch to Miren's coveted curves.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Carey Mulligan - An Education

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Simply lovely. Carry Mulligan has an understated beauty about her that is best paired with something soft and feminine. J. Mendel's dusty blue vintage inspired piece from Spring 2010 RTW would be breathtaking on her petite pixie like frame, but the emerald Malandrino, also a Spring 2010 RTW, beckons visions of Michelle Williams circa 2006 in Vera Wang.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama: Gabourey Sidibe - Precious

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What better way to top off Gabourey Sidibe's whirlwind Cinderella story than with this Oscar De La Renta Pre-Fall 2010? The fitted deep maroon and sequin bodice blossoms effortlessly into a blushing pink ball gown that would make any princess green with envy.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Marion Cotillard - Nine

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It is difficult, if not impossible, when dealing in fashion to consider Miss Cotillard and not immediately direct ones thoughts towards Mr. John Galliano. Her sultry appeal is an excellent pairing to this seductively sheer and feminine design from Galliano's Spring 2010 RTW collection.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Julia Roberts - Duplicity

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Make no mistake, Julia Roberts will forever be vintage Valentino. Yet, if ever there was a master capable of dethroning another, it would be De La Renta. Every single piece from his Pre-Fall 2010 collection is worthy of a red carpet showing, but this black ensemble in particular deserves a golden ticket that only Julia can offer.

Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical: Meryl Streep - Julie and Julia/It's Complicated

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Let's face it, she is the best the business has to offer. Meryl could show up to the Globes in a Juicy Couture track suit and no one would dare fault her for it. Lucky for us, while managing never to go over the top, Ms. Streep always meets the bar when it comes to awards attire. On her, this black off the shoulder gown from Elle Saab's Spring 2010 RTW would "quietly, clearly, and authoritatively demand..." our attention.

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"That's all." - Meryl Streep