By now, you've judged all the 2009 Golden Globes red carpet fashions. If you happened to love Jennifer Lopez's Marchesa, Eva Mendes's Christian Dior, Kate Winslet's Yves Saint Laurent, or Eva Longoria's Reem Acra, you're in luck. Unique Vintage currently houses Faviana's Golden Globes replica dresses. For between $238 and $258, you can look like Jennifer, Eva, Kate, or Eva . . . or all of them! No word yet if they'll remake other gowns from your best-dressed list, but keep checking back.
We all love a Look for Less, but when the Oscar red carpet has finished, the knockoff manufacturers kick into high gear. Which celebrities' dresses made the cut? Cachet, a New York-based eveningwear company, plans on replicating Heidi Klum's John Galliano, Anne Hathaway's Marchesa, Katherine Heigl's Escada, and Jessica Alba's eggplant-colored Marchesa, to be in stores next September.
Meanwhile, Faviana New York has its eyes set on reproducing Katherine Heigl's Escada for $328 (above), Miley Cyrus' $10,550 Valentino for $248, Amy Adam's Proenza Schouler for $258, and Jessica Alba's $6,000+ Marchesa for $300, to be available in the next 4-5 weeks. Would you ever buy one of these Oscar-inspired dresses?
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Carrie Underwood showed up to Condé Nast's first annual Movies Rock event in a breathtaking Naeem Khan red V-front gown. I must say, she's the most stunning lady in red I've seen in a while. What makes this number stand out is the gold studded waist and draped sleeves. Her golden accessories are just right. Bellissima!