It’s been widely reported that the earmuffs worn by Scream Queens actress Billie Lourd as Chanel No. 3 were a nod to her mother’s (the late Carrie Fisher) iconic role as Princess Leia in Star Wars. The wardrobe choice makes for a fun and touching piece of Hollywood trivia, but the ability of the Scream Queens wardrobe team to consistently find or design earmuffs that matched Chanel No. 3’s designer clothes is a feat worth of an Emmy. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering several of Chanel No. 3’s trademark custom-made earmuffs worn onscreen during the second season of Scream Queens – including several with matching outfits. Currently available are Chanel No. 3’s pink earmuffs with a cherry design (pictured) and pink Gucci belt (click here for photos and more information); pink-and-black animal print earmuffs with attached microphone, pink Top Shop pants and coat, Black Guess midriff shirt, black choker, rings and necklace (click here for photos and info); a pair of her fuzzy blue earmuffs, Asos jacket, Forever 21 shirt, Top Shop skirt and necklace (click here for photos and info); and a pair of her light green earmuffs and matching sleeveless Asos dress, glittery Asos shoes and ring (click here). Claim a piece of one of television’s quirkiest fashion choices form the campy cult classic Scream Queens today!




Fargo’s anti-heroine Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) might be the savviest con-artist the series has ever known. The bridge-playing loose cannon is (almost) always one step ahead of everyone else – and as loyal as she is unpredictable. And that inevitably means a ton of trouble for Emmit Stussy (Ewan McGregor). VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of Fargo an opportunity to own several of Nikki’s screen-worn costumes, including her Bebe jacket and skirt, earrings and red lace shirt from the season premiere (click here for photos and more information). Also available is the purple IRO jacket, pants, shirt and earrings she wears in the penultimate episode “Aporia” (click here). The site also has Nikki’s burgundy sweatsuit and Dynomite shirt from “The Law of Inevitability” (click here) and her Guess faux fur coat (click here) for those cold Fargo nights. Also available is her killer combo of camouflage pants, MadeWell jacket and sweater (pictured above) from the season finale (click here). Don’t miss that chance to own a television history worn by one of TV’s most complicated women – check out all of the available Fargo auctions today!




As the wife of Homeland’s POW-turned-congressman Nick Brody, Jessica Brody’s (Morena Baccarin) world has been turned upside down more than once. During the second season of Showtime’s Homeland, political fundraisers and the spotlight weighed heavily as her husband ran for vice president. The role as political wife necessitated a high-quality wardrobe, including a blue V-neck Diane Von Fustenberg dress, Guess shoes and blue-and-silver broach (see above) worn on-screen in the second-season episodes “The Clearing” and “I’ll Fly Away.” VIP Fan Auctions is offering the outfit to the fashion-conscious Homeland fan who places the winning bid – click here for photos, more information and to get in on the bidding today! But hurry, this auction is ending soon.




Diablo deejay (and Courtenay accountant) Roz Walters (played by Simona Brown) is as funky-fashionable as she is diabolical and deadly. As Guilt’s master manipulator, Roz may have blood on her hands, but her style is amazing. VIP Fan Auctions is offering several of her screen-worn outfits from Guilt, including a combination (pictured above) featuring a long black vest, black shorts and orange top. It’s certain to make you stand out in a crowd – and it can be yours if you click here and place the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. And while Guilt ended after its first season, the phenomenal fashions featured in the show are timeless, so to get your hands on other screen-worn clothes from designers like  and more, click here to check out all of the current wardrobe auctions from the TV series Guilt.




Humor isn’t always pretty, but The Crazy Ones was a comedy with style. From Sarah Michelle Gellar’s designer wardrobe and accessories to James Wolk’s collection of trendy John Varvatos clothes, The Crazy Ones were less crazy, more savvy when it came to looking great. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering fans of the series a chance to cash in on these great looks with a closetful of screen-worn designer duds straight from the production. There are shoes, handbags and outfits available from the series, but as fall sets in, The Crazy Ones fans would be crazy not to check out the stunning array of jackets to keep you warm while looking cool. VIP is offering a Helmut Lang single-breasted jacket and a burgundy Rag and Bone wool-and-leather coat (pictured above) worn by Gellar’s Sydney Roberts, a John Varvatos jacket with Burberry shirt and an Armani Exchange jacket worn by Wolk’s Zach Cropper, and a button-up Guess coat worn by Amanda Setton’s Lauren Slotsky. Click here to see all of the available wardrobe items from The Crazy Ones and claim your piece of designer Hollywood history today!




The ladies of How I Met Your Mother had excellent taste in accessories, and whether it was Lily (Alyson Hannigan) on a teacher’s salary or Robin (Cobie Smulders) as an on-air newscaster – budget was not a concern. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering footwear worn on-screen by Lily and Robin, including a pair of Robin’s blue Manolo Blahnik open-toe pumps, gold Jimmy Choo slingbacks, nude leather Christian Louboutin shoes (original retail price of $860), brown suede Prada boots (original retail price of $1190), black leather Lamb open-toe pumps, black Guess zip-up shoes, and black leather Prada wedge sandals. The site is also offering two of Lily’s designer handbags, including a tan Dolce & Gabbana purse and a black Chloe purse. Click here to see all of the available wardrobe items from How I Met Your Mother – and start the new year in style by placing your bid 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!




Julie Bowen (as Claire Dunphy) can be a bit intense, neurotic and competitive on Modern Family, but the woman also knows how to dress with style! And now VIP Fan Auctions is allowing fans of Modern Family to share her fashion sense – literally – by offering a screen-worn Marc Jacobs dress (which originally retailed for more than $300 and is pictured above) to the highest bidder. The actress wore the dress in the second season episode “See You Next Fall,” which centers on Alex’s (Ariel Winter) eighth-grade graduation – to bid on the cute Guess dress that Winter wore while practicing her valedictorian speech in the episode, click here.

To bid on either piece – as well as other phenomenal designer wardrobe items worn by Sophia Vergara, Ty Burrell, Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson – straight from the set of Modern Family – visit VIP Fan Auctions today!




The Chicago Code’s Jennifer Beals will be back on television in February when she gist stars on Castle. According to TV Guide, Beals will play “a smart, commanding and sexy CIA operative” named Sophia Conrad. While fans of The Chicago Code would prefer to see her return as Teresa Colvin, VIP Fan Auctions is offering an opportunity to own a piece of the character – and the series –by auctioning off Beals’ screen-worn Guess sunglasses as well as an outfit (and shoes) she wore as Colvin. Check out the details on these and other props and wardrobe items from The Chicago Code – and place your bid today on these pieces of one of the best shows of the year.