Guess How Much Kristen Stewart’s ‘Breaking Dawn’ Premiere Dress Is Selling For?
Kristen Stewart’s sheer Zuhair Murad dress from the L.A. ‘Breaking Dawn’ premiere is up for auction. Guess how much it’s going for?
We’ve got another auction to add to the selection of CharityBuzz prizes this week—and since we started the week off with an examination of Kristen Stewart’s increasingly unclad red carpet style, let’s continue the discussion: The sheer Zuhair Murad creation Kristen wore to the Los Angeles premiere of Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is currently up for grabs. Guess how much it’s going for?
Answer: $2,250 as of 8:15am on Tuesday.
That’s… actually surprisingly reasonable for a designer dress. It even more reasonable when you consider that it also carries the signature of a major star (did we mention that Kristen signed it? Because she did. Just FYI). The strapless dress features peekaboo paneling and matching panties; it’s anyone’s guess whether the winning bidder will attempt to WEAR said matching panties themselves, or just put them on display so they can gaze longingly at them from time to time.
In the event that you’d like to place a bid yourself (and we’d understand if you did), the auction ends this Thursday, December 20, at 4:13pm EST. Visit CharityBuzz to place your bid; proceeds from the auction benefits the Robin Hood Foundation, which has been helping to fight poverty in New York City for more than 20 years.
Surprise gift for your favorite Twilight fan? Maybe! Although of course, if you’d rather have a less see-through, more affordable gown that you can actually wear, this Dalia MacPhee strapless chiffon gown ($328, shop.nordstrom.com) might be a better idea. Recreate Kristen’s smoky bronze eye and red lip with DuWop’s Crush eye shadow palette in 18 Karat ($24, beauty.com) and NARS Satin Lipstick in Rogue Basque ($24, beauty.com) and you’re good to go!
Tell us: Would you rather wear Kristen’s sheer premiere dress or our chiffon pseudo-lookalike?
Lucia Peters is BettyConfidential’s associate editor.