By and  on December 10, 2004

LOS ANGELES — Come Monday, the nominations for the 62nd Golden Globes — honoring the best in television and cinema — will be announced here, sparking a chorus of telephone rings as stars, publicists and fashion designers try to reach Hollywood’s power players of the moment: the stylists.

Here, profiles of the key  clothing and beauty stylists working with A-listers are featured. Some are new, others beyond experienced, and all are contributing to the way celebrities dress, wear their hair and get made up — and how consumers might react at store registers.

The avalanche of Oscar contenders out now has meant overtime for these stylists and artists, as they prep their glamorous clients for press junkets and premieres worldwide. With awards season just around the corner  —  the Globes kick off Jan. 23, the Grammys follow on Feb. 13 and the Oscars wrap it up on Feb. 27 —  it’s only about to get busier.Rachel Zoe Rosenzweig

Agent: Margaret Maldonado Agency

Rachel Zoe Rosenzweig admits to many favorite red-carpet moments that she was behind: Salma Hayek in Loris Azzaro at the “After Sunset” premiere, Cameron Diaz in white Louis Vuitton at Cannes, Brittany Murphy in the mint Dolce & Gabbana for the Golden Globes, a pregnant Kate Hudson at the premiere of “Le Divorce” in Chanel couture.

But it’s one off the red path that elicits a giggle: “We were at a major resort before a big event, and I had to change my client from one look to another. We had to grab this 500-pound security guard to block off the public and the paparazzi from getting in.”

The New York native has become among the busiest of the pack, with Jennifer Garner, Jessica and Ashlee Simpson and, occasionally, Mischa Barton among the cadre of Hollywood beauties she dresses. Her signature Seventies glamour of vintage Halston, YSL and Karl Lagerfeld-designed Chloé has rubbed off on a few — particularly her affinity for vintage. “I’m a huge fan of mixing current designers with vintage. It’s the way to maintain individual style.”

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