X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Any chance you could find the undershirt worn by Hugh Jackman as Wolverine? — Chris
The X-Men prequel won’t even hit theaters until May 1, but the trailer has already clawed its way onto the pop culture radar. Costumer Louise Mingenbach chose ”Richelieu” ribbed tanks by Swiss brand Zimmerli ($77; customshirt1.com) to show off Wolverine’s buff arms because she liked the top’s ”traditional look.” Mingenbach had each tank aged to a different level of distress, using about 50 in all. We hope she saved them to sell on eBay later.
I’ve been searching for months — can you find Bella’s blue jacket? — Chelsea
The cargo jacket by Jack BB Dakota wasn’t actually supposed to appear in Twilight (out on DVD March 21). When a key scene with Edward (Robert Pattinson, here in a peacoat custom-made by costume designer Wendy Chuck) called for a look that would help Bella (Kristen Stewart) really stand out, Chuck did a last-minute run to outlet store Nordstrom Rack. ”I literally brought that on set just before they rolled cameras,” says Chuck. Because of its massive popularity, the newly dubbed ”Twilight” jacket will be reissued in July for $84; check 30 Rock
Who made the fuchsia dress Jenna and Cerie wore on 30 Rock? — Jen
Constantly seeking the spotlight, the limelight, or, really, any light, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) was peeved when she had to share her birthday party with Tracy (Tracy Morgan) — and her party dress with assistant Cerie (Katrina Bowden). The piece in question, Zac Posen’s ”Trickle” halter, can be found in cobalt at <a href="http://www.saksfifthavenue.com/main/ProductDetail.jsp?FOLDERfolder_id=282574492710991&PRODUCTprd_id=845524446202391&R=465308133698&P_name=Zac+Posen&sid=1201E2EDAFD6&ASSORTMENTast_id=1408474399545537&bmUID=1237490099096″ target=”new”>Saks Fifth Avenue ($1,800).
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