By Ellin Stein
Nov 26, 2014 @ 2:32 pm
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Blessed with Kendall Jenner’s enviable figure and need a dress for a big occasion? Now's your chance to own the handmade strapless corset gown Jenner wore to this year’s Met Ball. The gorgeous, blush satin fishtail creation (above, left), inspired by legendary couturier Charles James, goes up for auction on starting tomorrow, Nov. 27.

Jenner's gown was commissioned by Topshop, as were three other elegant James-inspired gowns created especially for the event—including a slinky backless 1930s oyster satin gown with train worn by Chanel Iman (above, center left), a chartreuse silk gabardine fishtail with plunging neckline worn by Jourdan Dunn (above, center right), and Toni Garrn's powder blue strapless fishtail (above, right). Each of the four bespoke dresses will be auctioned on eBay in subsequent 10 day slots. A more contemporary barely-there oxblood gown with deep décolletage and thigh-high split made for Zoë Kravitz will also be available. All proceeds go to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, the charity set up by Ralph Lauren. You'll have to provide your own diamonds, though.

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