The White Princess costume designer Phoebe De Gaye is no newcomer to show business, but the wardrobe she designed for the Starz miniseries has captured the attention of Hollywood. To capture the look and feel of the period of upheaval in English history, De Gaye says she studied paintings of the period and found them well-suited for a high-definition world. “You really need a lot of texture with HD images,” she told Variety. “If you don’t have that, it all fades away on-screen,” she says. And no design was created without reason. For instance, De Gaye points out to the publication how Lizzie “starts off as a girl and gradually becomes more and more encrusted and stiff by the end of the series. The witch – Elizabeth – wore blue colors; she’s associated with water. The color palettes were quite defining.” VIP Fan Auctions is now offering a piece of the witch’s wardrobe – a custom-designed, blue and gold robe was worn on-screen by Essie Davis as Elizabeth Woodville in the series, which is now available to The White Princess fan who casts the winning bid. Click here for photos and more information, and join the bidding today! This auction is ending soon – so click here to check out all of The White Princess props and wardrobe items now available!



Prison Break’s Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is one of television’s iconic characters. From his 2005 debut as the intricately tattooed architect with the elaborate plan to break his brother out of Fox River Penitentiary to his 2017 resurrection in a foreign prison – where his brother, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) plans to return the favor. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering Prison Break fans an opportunity to claim a piece of Michael Scofield’s (aka Kaniel Outis) story in the form of his jacket, pants and blood-stained shirt (pictured above) worn in multiple episodes of the 2017 season (click here for photos and more information). Also available are Michael’s screen-used binoculars and Moroccan rocks (click here for photos and more information). Don’t miss a chance to own a piece of Prison Break – join the bidding today!



Abigail Breslin takes on the iconic role of Baby Houseman in the ABC remake of the 1987 classic Dirty Dancing. The story, which centers on Frances “Baby” Houseman spending the summer with her wealthy family at resort in the Catskills, and while there, she falls head over heels for the camp’s working-class dance instructor, Johnny Castle (played by Colt Prattes). The star-studded 1960s-set production, featuring choreography by Hamilton’s Tony-winning Andy Blankenbuehler, aired May 24, and VIP Fan Auctions is now offering several of Baby’s screen-worn wardrobe from the show. Currently available is her custom-designed sleeveless blue silk dress and leather Arika Nerguiz shoes worn by Breslin (click here for photos and more information). Also available is Baby’s leotard, wrap skirt and pants (click here for photos and more information), and Johnny’s leather jacket, which he gives Baby to wear (pictured above, click here for photos and more information). Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of wardrobe from one of the most talked-about movie remakes – click here to see all of the available Dirty Dancing wardrobe items, and get in on the bidding today!



In 15th century England, the sword was an extension of the arm for warriors in the royal army, and the designs of each were as distinct as the warriors who wielded them. VIP Fan Auctions is offering a wide selection of swords featured on-screen in The White Princess, including the long sword with a gold-and-brown handle carried by Lord Strange (Nicholas Audsley, pictured above). The prop sword is nearly 40-inches long and designed by The White Princess props department to appear authentic (click here for photos and details). Also available is the silver prop short sword wielded by Jasper Tudor (Vincent Regan). The sword is 19-inches long and a phenomenal piece of craftsmanship (click here for photos and more information). Check out all of the available items at VIP Fan Auctions and get in on the bidding today!




First published in 2015, author Nicola Yoon’s inspirational debut novel Everything, Everything captivated readers with its sweet love story about a girl whose illness makes her unable to leave her hermetically-sealed home, yet she falls for the boy next door. The popular story has received the big-screen treatment (now in theaters) to introduce movie-goers to Maddy Whittier (played by Amandla Stenberg) and Olly Bright (played by Nick Robinson) trying to break out of a literal bubble to live life like typical teens. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering props and wardrobe items from the hit film, including Maddy’s backpack, pane tickets and leis (click here for photos and more information) as well as Olly’s skateboard (click here). Don’t miss your chance to claim a piece these rising stars’ film careers in a movie that is certain to stand the test of time. Get in on the bidding today – these auctions end soon!




The legendary War of the Roses, in which the House of Lancaster (symbolized by a red rose) battled the House of York (symbolized by a white rose) – was ultimately won by Henry Tudor (Team Lancaster) and combined them into the red-and-white “Tudor Rose” to signify the unity of the houses. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering a nearly 6-ft.-x-6-ft. Tudor Crest flag featured on-screen in The White Princess (see above) – along with a distinctive dragon flag (also pictured above), which hand in the chapel. Click here for photos and more information about these legendary banners featured on The White Princess – and to get in on the bidding today!



The Battle of Bosworth was the final major battle in the War of the Roses between the Houses of Lancaster and York, in which King Richard III was killed in battle by the forces of Henry Tudor. The banner of Richard III is emblazoned with the ruler’s distinctive White Boar badge, which was largely destroyed as the Tudors assailed his reputation following his death. VIP Fan Auctions, however, has retrieved a large white boar banner featured on-screen in The White Princess. The exquisite flag, which measures nearly 4-ft. wide and more than 7-ft. long features the white boar symbol, as well as the York’s white rose emblazoned on a blue and red field. Don’t miss your change to own this distinctive piece of English and television history. Click here for photos and more information about this screen-used King Richard III banner – and place your bid today!




“When you wear the costumes in a period drama, you already feel like a different person – the clothes make you stand differently, change your posture, the way you walk…” says The White Princess star Jodie Comer, who plays Elizabeth of York in the Starz miniseries, during a recent interview with Vanity Fair. “[Costume designer] Phoebe De Gaye is so passionate about the costumes she makes, she’s full of ideas. When someone cares so much about the work they do and puts in so much effort, it makes you want to do a good job as well.” Many of those screen-worn fashions custom-made for The White Princess by Phoebe De Gaye are currently available at VIP Fan Auctions, including a purple-and-green gown (click here for photos and more information) as well as a nightgown (click here) worn on-screen by Rebecca Benson as Maggie; and a beige silk slip and sleeves worn on-screen by Amy Manson’s Cathy Gordon (click here). Don’t miss your chance to own a period costume from one of Hollywood’s most-respected designers – click here to get in on the bidding for a piece of The White Princess wardrobe today!



Chess is the ultimate game of strategy – a fitting metaphor for the backdrop of The White Princess, in which warring royals struggle to topple rival kings. Lady Margaret Beaufort’s (Michelle Fairley) chess board and pieces featured on-screen in The White Princess is now available to the fan who places the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The unique wooden board includes all the necessary pieces – as well as initialed cards used in the scene (pictured above). Click here for photos and more information on this fantastic – and fully functional – chess board featured in one of television’s biggest events of the year!



Survival in a foreign prison is no simple task, even for an experienced breakout artist like Prison Break’s Michael Scofield (played by Wentworth Miller). Yemen’s Ogygia Prison is particularly brutal, especially for someone so deep undercover that he has gained the trust of the world’s most notorious terrorist organization. VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of Prison Break: Resurrection several screen-used tools of survival in Ogygia, including a set of three Cross Brother shivs, Michael’s crude prison lighter contraption, and Abu Ramal’s (Numan Acar) dagger and prayer beads (pictured). Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Prison Break – click here for photos, more information and to get in on the bidding for any of the available Prison Break props and wardrobe items!