Oscar fashion comes at affordable prices
on Monday,March 02,2009 22:03
No sooner has the dust settled on the Oscar ceremony than reproductions of the stars'' dresses and accessories are being offered by online distributors.
The glamour of the Oscar fashions has many fans wondering if they could ever be able to wear creations similar to those of their favorite actors or actresses. It turns out that they can and for a lot less.
It has been reported that the first Oscar reproduction was of a dress worn by the Best Actress Award winner, Kate Winslet, and ordered, even before the ceremony, by a customer in Australia.
"The replicate dresses are just as stunning as the ones the stars wore, and it''s in all sizes," says Zhang Liang, co-founder of one company which gathers orders and works with select manufacturers to deliver the dresses. "You don''t have to be size two to wear Sarah Jessica Parker''s strapless."
He adds that his business provides great value to fashion lovers because in the end what matters most is how the person feels about herself when wearing such a dress.
"Unlabeled dresses can also make you look gorgeous," he concludes.
The 81st Annual Academy Awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles on February 22. Kate Winslet, Sean Penn, Penelope Cruz and Heath Ledger were honored in the main acting categories.
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