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As much as we’re looking forward to once again seeing Amy Poehler and Tina Fey kill it at the 72nd Annual Golden Globes, it’s the gowns on the crimson carpet that have us giddy with anticipation. With just a month to go, we’ll be following the fab stylists behind some top nominees, keeping an eye out for any hints as to just what might go down on the big night.
Penny Lovell (@pennylovellstylist)
We can count on her to keep Orange is the New Black star and second-time nominee Taylor Schilling on top (seen above).
Karla Welch (@karlawelchstylist)
The woman behind House of Cards actress Robin Wright’s impeccable chic-ness also dresses Best Actress Drama nominee Felicity Jones. Bonus: She works with beloved co-host Amy Poehler, too.
Leslie Fremar (@lesliefremar)
This super stylist will be super busy this award season, with two longtime clients in the running for Best Actress Drama — Reese Witherspoon and Julianne Moore, who actually has not one but two noms, for Still Alice and Map to the Stars.
Erin Walsh (@erinwalshnyc)
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s nomination for The Honorable Woman means we get to see more of Walsh’s rule-breaking magic.
Jessica Paster (@highheelprncess)
Expect Into the Woods’ Emily Blunt to stun at the hands of this red-carpet veteran.
Elizabeth Stewart (@elizabethstewart1)
Beauties Jessica Chastain (A Most Violent Year) and Viola Davis (How to Get Away With Murder) probably make the job easy, but Stewart is also an expert at her craft.
Cristina Ehrlich (@cristinaehrlich)
Whatever will the always-ravishing Julianna Margulies and OITNB’s Uzo Aduba — not to mention funny lady co-host Tina Fey — wear this year?!
Lauren Rodriguez (@whatlaurenloves)
Breakout star and first-time nominee Gina Rodriguez of Jane the Virgin looks to her longtime friend and style guru for all occasions.
Leith Clark (@leithclark)
The British stylist is the genius behind The Imitation Game‘s Keira Knightley‘s posh red carpet looks.
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