Calvin Klein is Making a Katniss Dress

The costumes in The Hunger Games were pretty disappointing. They were panned by a host of fashion people in The New York Times recently, all of whom seemed to be hoping for another Blade Runner (an oft-cited source of fashion inspiration). Blade Runner it was not. Publicist Paul Wilmot called the costumes 'hideola.' If only Katniss had worn this Calvin Klein number that now bears her name...
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The costumes in The Hunger Games were pretty disappointing. They were panned by a host of fashion people in The New York Times recently, all of whom seemed to be hoping for another Blade Runner (an oft-cited source of fashion inspiration). Blade Runner it was not. Publicist Paul Wilmot called the costumes 'hideola.' If only Katniss had worn this Calvin Klein number that now bears her name...
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The costumes in The Hunger Games were pretty disappointing. They were panned by a host of fashion people in The New York Times recently, all of whom seemed to be hoping for another Blade Runner (an oft-cited source of fashion inspiration). Blade Runner it was not. Publicist Paul Wilmot called the costumes 'hideola.' If only Katniss had worn this Calvin Klein number that now bears her name... Elle.com noticed the Katniss dress on Net-a-porter today and figures that the dress, which hit the runway last September, was recently renamed in honor of Jennifer Lawrence, who wore Calvin Klein to the New York premiere of The Hunger Games. Net-a-porter suggests styling this dress "with a few gold accents and ankle-strap sandals." By "gold accent" I think they mean Mockingjay pin. Right?