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THE STYLE FILES: THE PICTURES : How Oscar Nominees Can Look Like Winners : Who will take home a statuette? We can't say, but Vivian Turner offers advice to celebs bound for the spotlight.

March 14, 1994

HOLLY HUNTER

"Richard Tyler, with nothing underneath. I see her in almost a tuxedo. Something tailored and understated because she's the underdog. She shouldn't be in cleavage."

EMMA THOMPSON

"A beautiful beaded white suit by Armani. Very clean and pure. The color is in the hair and makeup. If she tried to do more with herself, she would seem costumed."

ANGELA BASSETT

"A sexy Herve Leger banded dress in white or a great color like red or pink. Very fitted. Full length. With her muscles, an evening gown would not be right."

DEBRA WINGER

"A white silk suit with Hepburn trousers. Flowing, but not too voluminous. Someone very simple, classic. Hair blown straight or swept back in a chignon."

STOCKARD CHANNING

"Definitely the bad girl in a suit look. I would show some leg with a short skirt. Fitted jacket with lots of cleavage."

WINONA RYDER

"I'd do one of Pamela Barish's Audrey Hepburn cocktail dresses. A fitted sheath with a deep neckline. Hemline below the knee. Pink with little black gloves, black shoes."

ROSIE PEREZ

"I'd put her in a Dolce & Gabbana, something fun and funky. Maybe one of their chiffon slip dresses. She's not a glamour girl."

ANNA PAQUIN

"I want her to look like a traditional little girl. Red velvet dress, classic white tights and patent Mary Janes. Innocent and as childlike as possible, not even remotely grown up."

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