Style hunter: You liked it? Here's how to get it!
Where you can find the star sweater from ''Coraline,'' Betty's shower curtain from ''Ugly Betty,'' and more
Is there any way to get a real-world version of Coraline‘s star sweater? — Willa
Since the film was made in stop-motion, Coraline’s sweater is real…though it stands at a minuscule three inches. (It took micro-knitter Althea Crome two weeks to craft the tiny piece.) For those of us a little taller, a human-size version of the sweater pattern is available on the movie’s official site (www.coraline.com/images/sweater_pattern.pdf).
Where did Whitney Port get the great couch in her apartment? It is fabulous. — Judith
The MTV reality star’s seating certainly is fabulous — especially for someone on an entry-level salary. Her ”turbo” sectional was custom-made by Dune Living (dune-ny.com) using ”St. Tropez” fabric in azure, for the price of a small car, er, $12,685. Thank goodness she has the option of public transportation in NYC.
How do I find a jacket like Dean’s on Supernatural? — Dan
There are a few constants in the demon hunter’s (Jensen Ackles) life: his brother, his ’67 Chevy, and his leather jacket. The jacket is vintage Wilsons Leather, so when a replacement is called for (stupid ectoplasm!), stylist Diane Widas has to commission knockoffs. But Wilsons does carry a similar design: the Pelle Lamb ”hipster” in Mojave (wilsonsleather.com; $120).
I want Ugly Betty‘s shower curtain! — Lauren
Betty’s (America Ferrera) tub — which Eddie Cibrian famously invaded — is adorned with a curtain from National Wholesale Liquidators in Queens. The paisley shower accessory is also available at target.com ($17).
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