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robby-bensonRobby Benson, once a fledgling teen heartthrob, has quietly provided a number of iconic film and television roles for multiple generations of fans. From his roles in Ode to Billy Joe and Ice Castles in the 70s, Harry and Son in the 80s – and most notably as the voice of Beast in the animated classic Beauty and the Beast in 1991 – Benson has long been known as an actor who can do it all. He would have been featured in the seventh episode of ABC’s short-lived Mind Games (the series was canceled before his episode aired in the United States), but the John Varvatos shirt, Joe’s jacket, Hugo Boss short and jeans he wore during filming of the episode are now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t miss your chance to claim these designer duds for a steal – click here to check out the clothes and get in on the bidding today!

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It takes a special kind of toughness to enter the boxing ring wearing a pink boxing robe and shorts, but when the Mind Games team is hired to get professional fighter David Bishop (played by Warehouse 13’s Eddie McClintock) out of his slump, wardrobe is not their concern. For boxers looking to add a bit of flair to their look – or fans of Mind Games interested in claiming a distinctive piece of the series – VIP Fan Auctions is offering the robe, shorts and boots featured on-screen in “The Sweet Science” episode. Click here to see photos of each piece of boxing wardrobe – and place your bid today.




With Christian Slater (Heathers) as a con man and Steve Zahn (Treme) as a bipolar psych professor – playing brothers running a firm that deploys psychological manipulation to solve problems – ABC’s short-lived Mind Games is one of those shows that had much more potential than it did viewers. The show’s loss could be your gain, however, as VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the series’ designer wardrobe in some potentially phenomenal deals. Check out all of the Mind Games wardrobe auctions by clicking here, and place your bid on items that range from a Ralph Lauren jacket worn on-screen by Steve Zahn to a Painted Threads sweater worn on-screen by Emma Dumont (Bunheads) or a Hugo Boss vest worn on-screen by Gregory Marcel (Austin & Ally) to a Helmut Lang dress worn on-screen by Jamie Ray Newman (Grimm). Click here to upgrade your own Hollywood wardrobe today!





Former trophy wife and current boozy widow benefactor of the Angles baseball team, Lulu Lovette (Lenora Crichlow, above) is also a true fashionista. Fellow admirers of fabulous clothes don’t have to be fans of Little League baseball to cash in on Lulu’s stunning designer wardrobe. Currently available at VIP Fan Auctions is the burgundy Donna Karan dress she wore on-screen in “The Change Up” (episode four), which originally retails for more than $1,900. Also available is Lulu’s black Donna Karan jacket, which originally retails for more than $1,400. Click here to check out these and other items from Lulu’s stunning Back in the Game wardrobe – and place your bid today. Don’t miss out on what could amount to truly phenomenal deals from top designers – and featured in prime time!




As Terry Gannon’s (Maggie Lawson) fabulously wealthy best friend in Back in the Game, Lulu Lovette (Lenora Crichlow) is the chief benefactor of the Angles – as well as birthday parties and girls’ nights out. For fans of the series – or high fashion – VIP Fan Auctions is opening Lulu’s closet to the public, offering her dresses, shoes and other screen-worn wardrobe – worth thousands of dollars – to the winning bidders. Currently available is a stunning Donna Karan dress (pictured above, original retail price: $1,956.55), a pair of stylish Brian Atwood shoes (original retail price: $381.50), Elie Tahari jacket (original retail price: $498) and a Dolce & Gabbana floral-print dress (original retail price: $2,306.44). Click here to see all of the available Back in the Game auctions – and more phenomenal designer wardrobe opportunities – click here. 





James Caan brings instant credibility to any film or television show, and his foray into sitcoms as retired ballplayer Terry “The Cannon” Gannon Sr. in ABC’s “Back in the Game” held true to form. The series, in which the Cannon helps his down-on-her-luck daughter (Terry Gannon Jr., played by Maggie Lawson) coach his grandson’s hapless baseball team, The Angles (they were supposed to be the Angels, but they couldn’t even get the uniforms right), is both hilarious and heartwarming. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering fans an opportunity to own a screen-used piece of the underdog comedy by offering props and wardrobe items from the series, including the Alexander McQueen leather jacket worn on-screen by James Caan (original retail price is more than $1,100). Click here to see all of the available “Back in the Game” auctions and get in on these amazing auctions today!




As the scheming, sassy Chloe on Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23, Krysten Ritter provided a  tour de force of bad behavior. And though the underrated series didn’t last long, it provided a phenomenal showcase (along with her pivotal performance in Breaking Bad) for the young actress’ formidable talent. Fans of Apt. 23’s eponymous “B” now have an opportunity to stake a claim to Ritter’s rising star by placing the winning bid on the designer coat and gloves she wore the second-season episode “Mean Girls…” (pictured above); her slinky black dress worn in “Monday June…”; or her robe, nightgown and slippers from the episode “It’s A Miracle…” Visit VIP Fan Auctions to place a bid on these phenomenal screen-worn wardrobe pieces!

Check out these and much more stunning wardrobe from Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23” by clicking here!




Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 may have been canceled way before its time, but it gave viewers some of the most memorable characters on television (even in one of them was James Van der Beek playing a hilariously self-absorbed version of himself). The breakout star of the series, however, is the incorrigible Chloe (played by Breaking Bad’s Krysten Ritter). A schemer, socialite and fashionista, Chloe’s wardrobe is now available to fans at VIP Fan Auctions. Currently on the auction block is the “Tres Cool” H&M sweater she wore in the first-season episode “Daddy’s Girl…” (pictured above). Click here for photos and more information – and get in on the bidding today.




James Van der Beek, starring as a self-absorbed version of himself on Don’t Trust the
B—- in Apt. 23, is one of the funniest self-parodies ever filmed for a television audience. From his attempt at a career comeback on Dancing with the Stars to his tendency to bask in his former status as a teen idol from Dawson’s Creek, Van der Beek is one of many highlights on a show that should have developed much more than a cult following. For fans who did tune in to watch the hilarious adventures of Van der Beek, Chloe (Krysten Ritter) and (June) Dreama Walker, VIP Fan Auctions is offering some phenomenal pieces of screen-used wardrobe from the series, including a Majestic international robe, Guess leather jacket and a John Varvatos t-shirt worn by Van der Beek. The site also features designer dresses, handbags, shoes and more worn on-screen by the rest of the stars – click here to see all of the Don’t Trust the B—- items currently available, and place your bid today!



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Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23’s Chloe (Krysten Ritter) was a conniving scammer with a knack for always doing the wrong thing – and that was to her closest friends. Whether you love her or hate her, however, there’s no denying that the girl knew how to dress. The stunning black and tan David Lerner dress she wore on-screen in the second-season episode “Making Rent,” in which she takes attempts the roommate scam that led to June (Dreama Walker) sharing her apartment, is now available at VIP Fan Auctions. The original retail price of the designer dress was more than $400 – so click here for details and to get in on the bidding on this piece of wardrobe worn by one of Hollywood’s up-and-coming young actresses.

For additional wardrobe items worn on-screen by Krsten Ritter, Dreama Walker and James Van der Beek in Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23, click here!