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QUIRKY COOL

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Me Before You’s Louisa Clark (played by Emilia Clarke) is known for her bold, colorful and quirky fashion choices, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering one of her signature styles from the film. The white-and-black fluffy coat, red scarf and Redherring black-pink-yellow-and-green gloves worn on-screen by Louisa (pictured above) in the hit film is currently available to the Me Before You fan who places the winning bid. For photos and more information – as well as additional wardrobe worn on-screen by Emilia Clarke in the film, visit the Me Before You auction page today!

 

STEAL JULIETTE’S LOOK

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Love her or hate her, the outfit Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) wears in the first-season episode “They’re Be No Teardrops Tonight” is sassy, stylish and stunning. From her $1,800 Chanel boots to her $1,250 green leather IRO jacket (both pictured above), Nashville fans can claim either (or both) piece of her screen-worn designer wardrobe at VIP Fan Auctions. To see these and other amazing designer clothes worn on-screen in Nashville by Hayden Panettiere, Christina Aguilera, Connie Britton and others (for a fraction of the original price), visit the Nashville auction page today and claim a piece of the series – but act quickly because these auctions are ending soon!

 

COUNTRY COUTURE

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As the reigning queen of country music, Nashville’s Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) doesn’t need a throne, scepter or crown – the spoils of her success can be seen in the designer labels on her fabulous wardrobe. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering Nashville fans the opportunity to claim signature pieces of Rayna’s closet, including stunning dresses from top designers, such as Alexander McQueen, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana. All were worn by Rayna on-screen (and all could potentially be yours for a steal). Currently available is the elegant, cream Alexander McQueen dress (original price $1,880) that she wore on the Katie Couric while promoting her “Red Lips, White Lies” tour during Nashville’s first season; also available is her gold silk Dolce & Gabbana dress (original price $1,600) she wore during the first season (pictured above); and a beautiful maroon-and-red Gucci dress (original price $3,815) that she wore in Nashville’s second season to launch Highway 65. Don’t miss this chance to own a phenomenal dress worn on-screen by one of television’s top actresses – straight from Nashville!

 

‘AMERICAN BEAUTY’ IN GUCCI

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Rayna Jaymes is always dressed to kill with a seemingly limitless line of pricey designer clothes. Whether she’s on the stage, red carpet or in her Nashville recording studio, Rayna looks stunning in the best styles money can buy. VIP Fan Auctions is making many of the spectacular outfits fan-favorite actress Connie Britton wore on-screen as TV’s queen of country music available to her legion of fans, including Rayna’s maroon-and-red silk Gucci dress (original retail price: $3,815) she wears while planning to announce Juliette Barnes’ new deal with Highway 65 in the second-season episode “We’ve Got Things To Do,” or the shimmering gold rayon-and-silk Gucci blouse (which retails for more than $1,000) she wears onstage during the episode (pictured above). Do the Nashville fan in your life a favor by placing a bid on one of these amazing pieces of screen-worn wardrobe today – click here to see all of the available Nashville designer clothes before they’re “Already Gone.”

 

Y2K COUNTRY STAR

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Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panetierre) represents the next generation of country star, where style is almost as important as substance – and she has plenty of both to spare. While Juliette may sing songs about subjects that many people can relate to, her wardrobe is definitely not designed for the masses – but Nashville fans have an opportunity to claim a piece of Juliette’s signature designer styles (at potentially bargain basement rates) thanks to VIP Fan Auctions. Currently up for grabs is the black Alexander McQueen shirt (original cost: $539) and red leather Saint Laurent pants (original price: $2,890) that she wore on-screen in the second-season episode “I’m Tired of pretending” (pictured above). Click here for more information on this stunning ensemble and get in on the bidding for a piece of Nashville history today!

 

THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN’

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If you’re going to make it big on country music scene, you’re going to need an authentic pair of boots – and when you’ve got a voice like Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panetierre), there’s no such thing as “too flashy.” The pair of Old Gringo leather boots Juliette wears on-screen during the first season are black with tan accents and red hearts, and they’re scuffed just enough to keep you from slipping on the dance floor. Don’t miss your chance to own this pair of signature kicks from one of the finest boot manufacturers in the USA. Click here for photos and more information, and stake a claim to Juliette’s Old Gringo’s straight from the set of Nashville.

Of course, if your tastes run a little more couture than cowgirl, check out the Saint Laurent (Paris) black-and-red designer fashion boots Juliette wore onstage (and onscreen, pictured above) in the second-season episode “I’m Tired of Pretending” – click here to see these stunning boots (which originally sell for more than $1,100) and join the bidding today.

 

VINTAGE WHEELS: GOING FAST

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The Atomic-era automobiles featured in MANH(A)TTAN are true classics – and have vintage car enthusiasts drooling over how great they look, sound and drive – at least for the fans fortunate enough to place the winning bid on them at VIP Fan Auctions. Three of the antique automobiles featured on-screen in MANH(A)TTAN are currently on the auction block, including a 1946 black Buick Roadmaster, a 1940 DeSoto DLX sedan and a 1938 Chevrolet MSD (pictured above). For more information, including VINs and details about picking up the cars in New Mexico, visit the MANH(A)TTAN auction site by clicking here. But put the pedal to the metal and get in on the bidding now – these amazing auctions are ending soon!

 

MANH(A)TTAN ROAD TRIP

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The Atomic Era drama MANHATTAN was a groundbreaking series for many reasons, including its heady subject matter, talented cast and the period in which it was set. But while the costumes and sets could be manufactured and designed to capture the essence of the 1940s, there is no substitute for rolling Detroit steel, such as the brown, four-door 1940 DeSoto DLX (pictured above) driven on-screen by Jim Meads (played by Christopher Denham). VIP Fan Auctions is offering a unique opportunity to own the vehicle featured on the series by offering the DeSoto to the Manhattan fan who casts the winning bid (and is willing to travel to Santa Fe, N.M., to pick it up). Don’t miss this chance to bring home this combination of Hollywood, Detroit and Manhattan awesomeness. Click here for more information (including VIN and odometer readings) and get ready for what may be the greatest road trip of all time!

 

DESIGNER WOMAN

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The road to success was not an easy one for Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere), and she has a long history of leaving a trail of havoc wherever she goes. This country music tornado of a diva also has an amazing voice, however, which allows her to keep coming back from the brink. Despite her trainwreck of a personal life, however, Juliette always keeps up appearances (as long as no one is secretly recording her doing something self-destructive) – and that means a closetful of designer clothes, which VIP Fan Auctions is now offering to fans straight from the set of Nashville – and potentially for a steal. Currently available is a $5,500 (original price) black Herve Ledger dress that she wore (above) in “Don’t Open That Door,” a pair of $680 patent leather Christian Louboutin open-toe wedge shoes worn in “I Fall to Pieces” and a $2,550 black-and-white Alexander McQueen long-sleeve party dress she wore in “Guilty Street.” Check out all of these – and more – designer clothes worn on-screen by Hayden Panettiere in the second season of Nashville today.

 

POP GOES NASHVILLE

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Christina Aguilera may have the most amazing voice in music today, and on her three-episode Nashville stint at Jade St. John, she may be the best dressed singer as well. The tropical-themed Roberto Cavalli designer dress (pictured above) she wears on-screen at the party she throws at her lavish Malibu home in the third-season episode “Time Changes Things” is as original as the singer. The dress – which originally sold more than $1,800 – is also now available at VIP Fan Auctions to the Nashville and/or Aguilera fan who places the winning bid. Do not miss your chance to claim this distinctive piece of Nashville wardrobe worn by one of pop music’s icons. Click here for photos and additional information – and bid today.