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The Oscars are here. Awards season culminates with the biggest award America bestows upon actors. In this week's edition of Bold Face, we focus on three of this year's actresses who have been staples on the red carpet and will be sure to draw eyes at this year's show...
In The Imitation Game, Keira Knightley plays Joan Clarke, a young woman with a talent for ciphers who finds herself part of a top secret group of British code breakers during World War II. In addition to the film receiving a Best Picture nom, Knightley received an Academy Award nomination for Actress in a Supporting Role. Sure to wow on the red carpet, here is a reminder of Knightley's award season style in the
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Reese Witherspoon is one of America's favorite actresses, she is not however frequently nominated for major acting awards. That's the bad news. The good news? When she has been nominated, she usually cleans up. In 2006, she won the Best Actress BAFTA, Golden Globe, Critics Choice and Oscar for Walk the Line. This year, she was nominated for all those once again for Wild. On Feb. 22 we'll find out if she will take home her second Academy Award. Until then, here she is in the iconic
Amy Adams is a perennially award nominated actress. Unfortunately, she was not nominated for an Oscar this year but it worth noting that in addition to winning the BAFTA for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Big Eyes this year, she has won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical two years in a row. Last year for American Hustle and this year for Big Eyes, so she is sure to be on that Oscar night red carpet. If for some reason, she passes on the awards this year, get your fill here where Adams wears the Ray-Ban 4068 sunglasses from