Oscars Fashion: Best Supporting Actor

A few thoughts on the fashion of Oscar nominees who shared the screen.

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    WOODY HARRELSON: Few actors have become so near and dear to our hearts as Woody Harrelson. From his charmingly buffoonish character on cheers to his nominated role as a sensitive military captain, few can attempt his range and creativity with as much believability as he. Known for his off-kllter fashion (which often includes a dark newsboy cap) and stunning blue eyes, it'd be cool to see him try out something just a little different, like this satiny navy tux from Gucci.

    MATT DAMON: Mr. Damon spent a lot of time and energy getting into shape for his role in Invictus, which means that he'll need a tuxedo that will fit and flatter his athletic shape. Calvin Klein may just have the look to suit him, with a three-button, notched satin lapel and sophisticated pocket square detailing.

    CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER: A true hollywood legend, Christopher Plummer has been making films since before technicolor was invented. He tends toward a traditional British styling in most of his clothes, and favors some light shots of color in his wardrobe. Still, the nostalgic side of us wants to see him in something crisp, mysterious and old Hollywood like the Cary Grant tuxedo from BOSS.

    STANLEY TUCCI: Stanley Tucci has certainly transformed himself over the past year, playing Julia Child's adoring husband in Julie and Julia and then switching gears completely to take on his oscar nominated role as a serial killer in The Lovely Bones. In the midst of all that, Mr. Tucci has managed to maintain a contemporary, almost kitschy personal style that is hard not to love. As such, we'd love it if he showed up in an awesome white-on-black tuxedo combo similar to the one by Jos. A. Bank.

    CHRISTOPH WALTZ: If you saw Inglorious Bastards, then the site of Christoph Waltz even in a tuxedo and a smile probably still strikes a twinge of fear into your heart. It's probably going to take some serious role flipping or serving-in-a-soup-kitchen photos to erase that image in the near future, but a totally crazy Zoot Suit Tux would do the trick in a heartbeat.