These celebs should wear fashion month’s best dresses

The big shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris have just ended, but the fashion world can’t take off its heels for too long — film-awards season is fast approaching. With multiple red carpets coming up, here are 10 fabulous gowns from the spring 2018 runways, plus predictions about which actresses could rock them.

Elle Fanning in Alexander McQueen

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Elle Fanning played the sleeping beauty of Disney’s “Maleficent,” so what better way for her to look like a real-life princess than in this magical Alexander McQueen number? With the tulle gown’s realistic embroidered flowers, Fanning will look absolutely beguiling.

Jessica Chastain in Ralph Lauren

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Jessica Chastain probably learned a thing or two about poker from playing the cards-savvy gal in “Molly’s Game” — and in this slinky black and blue Ralph Lauren dazzler, she’s hit the jackpot. As the face of the fragrance Woman by Ralph Lauren, Chastain probably prefers not to gamble on any other designer.

Zendaya in Calvin Klein

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Zendaya, never one to shy from red-carpet risks, could pull off this rainbow-hued Calvin Klein gown. How better to channel the colorful world of the circus from “The Greatest Showman,” the upcoming film for which Hugh Jackman called her a “badass”?

Salma Hayek in Elie Saab

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The cool, calming tones of this Elie Saab gown would easily suit Salma Hayek, who played the spiritual healer of “Beatriz at Dinner.” Just like her character’s strong convictions in the film, perhaps Salma Hayek knew this gown in a past life.

Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte

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It wouldn’t shock anyone to find “Woodshock” star and Rodarte muse Kirsten Dunst choosing one of the brand’s ethereal frocks, such as this red gown. Dunst has already sported a baby’s breath flower crown as well as some other looks from this collection, but we’re hoping to see her in this dramatic pick.

Octavia Spencer in Tadashi

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The celestial details on this ocean-blue Tadashi…

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