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Have you seen it? Well, have you? No, don't worry — there are no spoilers here for those of you who couldn't nab a ticket to the biggest film of the year. We've already tested
The Hunger Games
workout, eaten the film-endorsed chocolate, so now it's time to talk fashion. Not the costumes in the flick (wait 'til you see them, though, because they're major) but the goods you can actually put on your body today — straight from the hands of Catching Fire's costume designer Trish Summerville.
That's right: Lionsgate partnered with luxury retailer Net-A-Porter and Summerville for an exclusive collection, called Capitol Couture. So, if you've been secretly (or not so secretly — Halloween was only a month ago) dreaming of morphing into Katniss Everdeen herself, now's your chance. The line of 16 ready-to-wear pieces includes everything from cutout jumpsuits to printed sweatshirts to super-sexy cocktail dresses, ranging from $75 to $995. Click through to check out our favorite goods. And, may the shopping be ever in your favor.
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