Alexander McQueen, Christian Dior and more of the designers we'd love to see on the red carpet at this year's Oscars. Here's a look at what we hope the best actress and best supporting actress nominees will wear.
Alexander McQueen Spring 2013
We already know that Chastain is a fan of Sarah Burton (she opted for McQueen at last year's Oscars), but here's to hoping that this year she goes for something a little less safe like a floor length version of this Spring 2013 dress.
Monique Lhuillier Spring 2013
Frilly enough to make the nine-year-old actress feel like a princess, while being age appropriate and refined.
Chado Ralph Rucci Spring 2013
A little more fashion-forward than what the 85-year-old actress has been known to wear on the red carpet, but given the sophistication and couture-level craftsmanship of this Rucci piece, it would be refreshing to see her wear this on the red carpet.
Valentino Haute Couture Spring 2013
Conservative, while being form-flattering, this piece would shine bright on the red carpet even without any accessories.
Haider Ackermann Spring 2013
Naomi Watts has been known to push the fashion envelope and Ackermann doesn't get nearly enough love on the red carpet.
Tadashi Shoji Spring 2013
Known for his ability to flatter a range of body types, Weaver would look gorgeous in this floor length Shoji gown.
Giorgio Armani Prive Spring 2013
Conservative while being undeniably eye-catching, this is a perfect look for Hunt.
Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring 2013
If anyone could pull this off while simultaneously looking adorably approachable, it would be Hathaway.
Jason Wu Spring 2013
Amy Adams has been known to drop a few fashion surprises on the red carpet...this would be a fantastic one.