Golden Globes 2019: See Our Red Carpet Fashion Predictions

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Are you ready for the Golden Globes

We're warming up for the official start of awards season on Sunday and we're beyond excited for all the major fashion moments we'll witness on the red carpet. 

Last year, everyone dressed in black in solidarity with the Time's Up Now movement -- a powerful statement that echoed beyond Hollywood. 

For 2019, we're ready for the return of glitz and glamour (and color!) and if 2018 was any indication we're expecting no shortage of jaw-dropping flair, with our favorite stars pulling out all the stops to deliver exquisite looks we'll be talking about for days.            

Nominees are sure to step out in the best designer pieces, whether it's custom or straight from the runway, and we've already got some in mind for our predictions. 

Peek what we want to see them in on the red carpet and check back to ET Online on Sunday for our live coverage! 

Lady Gaga

The pop star-turned-actress has been a frontrunner for awards season since A Star Is Born hit the film festival circuit last year, and nabbed herself a best actress nomination in the drama category. Gaga graced the red carpet in one show-stopping dress after another during her press tour in 2018, and we're expecting nothing less from the blonde when she sets foot on the Golden Globes red carpet. We'd love to see this stunning, lavender tulle tiered gown by Christian Siriano on her. 

Lady Gaga at a star is born premiere in Los Angeles
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Christian Siriano lavender gown pre-fall 2019
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Constance Wu 

The Crazy Rich Asians leading lady stole our hearts on screen and on the red carpet in 2018. Wu is the first Asian woman to be nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy in decades. Whether she wins or not, we hope she celebrates the historic moment in a standout dress that embraces her love for color and texture, like this multi-hue, pastel pleated number from Balmain. 

Constance Wu at HFA
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Balmain spring 2019 dress
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Rachel Brosnahan

The brunette beauty won the Golden Globe for her titular performance in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel last year, and she's nominated again! Brosnahan was classic in a one-shoulder Vionnet black gown for the ceremony in 2018, but we're hoping she'll opt for a bright, frothy fairy-tale dress from Rodarte's spring 2019 line, a show where she sat front row. 

Rachel Brosnahan at Golden Globes 2018
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Rodarte spring 2019 yellow dress
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Nicole Kidman

The acclaimed actress received her 13th Golden Globe acting nomination this year for her performance in Destroyer. Kidman looked statuesque in a custom, black-laced Givenchy couture gown last year. We love a column silhouette on the elegant Aussie, and this delicately embellished Armani Privé couture number would be striking on the star. 

Nicole Kidman Golden Globes 2018
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Armani Prive Fall 2018 couture dress
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Penelope Cruz 

The Spanish stunner is nominated for her uncannily identical portrayal of Donatella Versace in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. While she wore an off-the-shoulder lace Ralph & Russo gown in 2018, this year we are almost certain the actress will wear Chanel as the storied brand's newest celeb ambassador. We're guessing it'll probably be a custom creation, but since she wears black so well we hope to see something like this glittering dress from their pre-fall line. 

Penelope Cruz Golden Globes 2018
Chanel pre-fall 2019 black dress
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Emily Blunt 

For the Mary Poppins Returns press tour, Blunt continuously turned out dreamy, whimsical looks in line with her iconic character. The Brit is nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy for her performance as Poppins, and we hope she keeps with the theme in another voluminous fantastical piece such as this turquoise embroidered one from Carolina Herrera. 

Emily Blunt Mary Poppins Returns Premiere
Carolina Herrera spring 2019 blue dress
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Thandie Newton

The Westworld star counts this as her second Golden Globe nomination for her role as Maeve Millay since 2017. Newton left our jaws dropped when she wore a Brandon Maxwell Pepto-pink column gown at the Emmys last year (where she won!). After that, we're longing to see her in color forever. We're partial to this '80s-inspired couture garb designed by Alexandre Vauthier. The oversized crystalized buckle belt, velvet top and canary yellow pleated draped skirt combined is dramatically chic. 

Thandie Newton Emmys
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Alexandre Vauthier couture fall 2019 yellow skirt dress
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Julia Roberts

America's sweetheart often sticks to black, and we're not mad at it. A sleek, monochrome ensemble is her signature look, switching between dresses and pantsuits. To shake up the gown lineup, we'd adore a sexy, intricate jacket teamed with a tailored trouser on the Homecoming actress, who is nominated for best actress in a drama series. This Elie Saab couture topper with trailing coat tail would serve as much impact as a dress. 

Julia Roberts at Ben is Back premiere
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Elie Saab couture fall 2019 top and pant
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Emma Stone

The Favourite actress has been nominated for a Golden Globe three years in a row (she won for her lead performance in La La Land in 2017). Last year, Stone attended the awards with tennis legend Billie Jean King, whom she portrayed in Battle of the Sexes, wearing a black lace one-shoulder Louis Vuitton dress. Stone will definitely wear LV again as the face of the French design house. Creative director Nicolas Ghesquière will most likely create a custom look for the redhead with edgy details as seen across his collections. 

Emma Stone Golden Globes 2018
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Louis Vuitton spring 2019 pink dress
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Regina King

King has two nominations this year -- one for Netflix's Seven Seconds and another for the film If Beale Street Could Talk. The actress took home an Emmy for the limited series last fall while stunning in a chartreuse Christian Siriano gown. The vibrant color and body-skimming shape looked absolutely gorgeous on her. This Brandon Maxwell pink-and-red number with peek-a-boo shoulder would be perfect on King. 

Regina King Emmys 2018
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Brandon Maxwell pink and red spring 2019 gown
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Alison Brie

The actress is nominated for the second time for her performance in GLOW. Brie rocked a ball gown-and-jumpsuit hybrid by Vassilis Zoulias in 2018. This full-length silhouette suits her so much, we're hoping she wears something similar -- perhaps this multicolored satin Valentino couture gown? 

Alison Brie Golden Globes 2018
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Valentino fall 2018 couture gown
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Claire Foy 

The British actress, nominated for her role in First Man, is truly a style chameleon. Last year, Foy was slick in a black double-breasted Stella McCartney pantsuit. She proved she can pull off any look, from a menswear-inspired suit to a feminine ensemble like the pink sequined Erdem dress she wore in 2017 when she won. We'd love to see something on her that strikes the balance of the two styles, like this understated, modern strapless Dior gown. 

Claire Foy Golden Globes 2018
Dior couture fall 2018 red gown
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Elisabeth Moss

2019 marks the second time Moss is nominated for her work in The Handmaid's Tale after her win last year. The actress is oft seen in ladylike silhouettes with a touch of detail, like this custom Dior embellished collar dress she wore in 2018. In our dreams, she'd wear something unexpected that's ultra romantic -- such as this off-the-shoulder, black-and-white lace wonder from Alexander McQueen. 

Elisabeth Moss Golden Globes 2018
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Alexander McQueen spring 2019 dress
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