Archive For: ABC auctions

RED RAYNA

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Television’s queen of country music, Rayne Jaymes (played by Connie Britton), has the style to match her powerful voice – a fact that was evident from the very first episode as she stands by her man, husband Teddy Conrad, as he announces his run for mayor of Nashville. Fans of the series know that life wasn’t too rosy for Rayna at this point, but you couldn’t tell from her $1,500 red Pamela Barish designer dress (pictured above). VIP Fan Auctions is offering the screen-worn dress to one Nashville fan who appreciates Rayna’s style – and places the winning bid. Click here for photos and more information, and claim this historic piece of Nashville wardrobe today!

 

BARNES STORMER

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Nashville’s Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) has come a long way since her days as a kid singing at Alabama country fairs. Her tenacity and talent has helped her survive in the music industry, and she may just be the heir to Rayna Jaymes country music throne. The sometimes-diva is certainly dressing the part, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering some of most stunning pieces of designer wardrobe, including her black Dolce & Gabbana dress (originally valued at nearly $3,000, pictured above), blue Nicholas dress (originally valued at more than $1,600) and a pair of black leather Christian Louboutin high-heeled boots (valued at more than $1,500) – all of which were worn on-screen in Nashville by Hayden Panettiere. Visit the Nashville auction page today to check out these and other wardrobe items from the series!

 

THAT VOICE: CHRISTINA AGUILERA

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Christina Aguilera is a modern music icon – from her days as a new pop artist to a bona fide diva of song and screen, The Voice coach also made an impression on Nashville as songstress Jade St. John in three episodes in 2015. The outfit she wore on-screen in the episodes “Time Changes Things” and “The Storm Has Just Begun” – flannel shirt and black pants (pictured above) – when Jade returned to Nashville to rebuild her country music career, are now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a piece of Nashville from one of the biggest guest stars in television history. Click here for photos and more information of this Nashville wardrobe worn by one of music’s biggest stars!

 

 

IT’S LIKE RAYNA ON HER WEDDING DAY

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Calling all Nashville fans – now that your beloved series has been rescued from cancellation by CMT, VIP Fan Auctions is giving one fortunate viewer the opportunity to celebrate by taking home Rayna Jaymes’ (Connie Britton) wedding gown that she wore on-screen in the third-season episode “I Feel Sorry for Me.” The very-Nashville white silk crepe gown (with gold beading) originally sold for nearly $6,500, but it’s now available to the fan who casts the winning bid. Don’t miss your opportunity to claim a phenomenal piece of wardrobe from Nashville – especially if you’re looking for a dress for your own wedding. Click here for photos, size information and more!

 

NASHVILLE STARS

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Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) and Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) are at the pinnacle of the country music world, and both are very well dressed for all of their success. Like many of the top country stars, Rayna and Juliette are also giving back to their fans by offering Nashville viewers the opportunity to claim pieces of their stunning wardrobes. Currently available is Rayna’s stunning, black sequin Dolce & Gabbana designer dress, which originally sold for more than $2,550. In addition, Juliette’s sleeveless black-and-pink Herve Leger dress (pictured above) – which originally sold for more than $2,450 – is also ready for a Nashville fan to claim as his or her own. Visit the Nashville auction page at VIP Fan Auctions to see these and other amazing wardrobe items now available!

 

VARVATOS, BOSS, BENSON!

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!

Photo from RobbyBenson.com.

 

THE SWEET SCIENCE

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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.

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL COUTURE

STEVE ZAHN, CHRISTIAN SLATER, CEDRIC SANDERS, JAIME RAY NEWMAN, MEGALYN ECHIKUNWOKE, GREGORY MILES

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!

 

 

DONNA KARAN – AS SEEN ON TV

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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!

 

SHE GOT ‘GAME’

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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.