Helen Hunt's H&M Oscars Gown Won't Be Produced for the Masses

When most stars were asked which designer they were wearing on the red carpet at last night's Oscars the answers were as expected: Armani, Prada, Dior, Valentino. But Helen Hunt's response caught us more than a little off guard. That's because she wore H&M.
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When most stars were asked which designer they were wearing on the red carpet at last night's Oscars the answers were as expected: Armani, Prada, Dior, Valentino. But Helen Hunt's response caught us more than a little off guard. That's because she wore H&M.
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When most stars were asked which designer they were wearing on the red carpet at last night's Oscars the answers were as expected: Armani, Prada, Dior, Valentino. But Helen Hunt's response caught us more than a little off guard. That's because she wore H&M.

The dress was part of H&M's eco-friendly "Conscious Collection"--only you won't be able to buy it off the rack for your next black tie event. An H&M spokesperson tells us the silk satin gown was made specially for Hunt.

"[H&M] is making sustainable clothes, which I love, so it's a win-win-win," Hunt said on the red carpet. Of course, she did add some $700,000 worth of Martin Katz jewels, nailing that high/low thing.

One complaint we (and Twitter) had with the gown? It could've used a quick steam before Hunt hit the carpet. But hey--celebrities are just like us, right?