Amy Adams Turns to Carolina Herrera for a Custom Maternity Wardrobe

01/07/2010 at 02:11 PM ET

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While she may not be able to buy Heidi Klum’s maternity designs yet, that isn’t stopping Amy Adams from looking fabulous during her pregnancy, thanks to designer Carolina Herrera! InStyle.com reports that the designer is reworking pieces from her current collections to create a custom-made wardrobe for the lucky mom-to-be. The Leap Year star tells InStyle.com that “They made my clothes for the entire press tour. They’re amazing. They did such a great job.” And the actress is wasting no time debuting her new sophisticated maternity pieces. On Jan. 4, Amy wore an aqua wool crepe dress for an appearance on Good Morning America. One day later, she stylishly stepped out in a gray mélange belted coat with red satin trim paired with a silk mulberry dress for a taping of The Late Show with David Letterman. Last night, the Leap Year star looked ravishing in a ‘lava red’ silk georgette dress at the movie’s premiere. What a fashionable baby bump! Tell us: What do you think of Amy’s red carpet maternity style?

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Intelligent on

Dear Sarah: next time please refrain from being so ignorant. One should only use terms they understand. You’ve managed to make yourself seem very simple which takes away from your initial point.

Diva on

I think she looks beautiful no matter what she wears!

Azure on

In a recession, we WANT rich people and studios to spend a lot of money. That’s what allows companies to hire more people. It really annoys me when people say that rich people should spend *less* in a recession.

mjwaggoner on

Carolinan:
Number 2 son buys my Herrera cologne and perfume for Chritmas and birthday, but “cannot find the one with the black polka dots”. Sent me a VERY small bottle in a gold wrappeer and it smells ‘watered down”. I’ve gone through HALF of it already.
What’s going on there?
Regards,
mjwaggoner

heather on

people, calm down! it says that they made her clothes for the press tour. i highly doubt she wears this stuff every day. And if she is, that’s her choice. No need to be jealous.

as for the Target comment, i tried to buy some maternity clothes at target. they had a few tank tops and a turtleneck. it’s not like they’re busting out with a huge selection.

mjwaggoner on

My #2 son always buys my Carolina for Christmas and birthdays. But he ‘cannot find the one with the black polka dots.” He sent a very small bottle this Christmas but I’ve gone through half of it already and – frankly, I think it ‘s been watered down.
Without my Carolina I don’t know who I am and neither does anyone else!
What’s going on there?
Regards,
MJWaggoner

TBT on

SHE EARNED HER MONEY LET HER SPEND IT ON WHAT SHE WANTS. SHE DID NOT SPEND IT ON THESE CLOTHES. SHE MAKES MONEY JUST LIKE U AND ME AND IF WE CAN GO OUT AND SPEND IT THE WAY WE WANT TO SHE CAN TO.

Successful Woman on

I am really wondering what everyone is upset about. I see both points here and honestly celebrities are not, I repeat, NOT going to change. They receive the majority of their clothes for free as they are a walking advertisement for the designer. And along with everyone else, designers need to work and earn a living. Instead of all the complaining going on about Amy Adams, why not focus on how you can earn extra money and not have to shop at Walmart or Target?? I’m not trying to be rude, but it’s all about choices people. If you chose to live a certain way, have goals to achieve success, you too will be able to wear the clothes you want. Drive the car you want, and even live in a house you want. Do half of you have kids that are leaving these messages on here? Hmm, highly doubt it. If you are pregnant with your first child, you want to still look good and you will spend the money for it. Same with when your baby is born. You will spend the extra money on the crib, the clothes etc. Let’s be real, why continue to post comments out of jealously. If you weren’t jealous you would say “Wow, you go AMY. You look stunning”. But instead you want to put her down to make yourself feel better. Let’s stop pigeon holeing other women and start lifting eachother up. Haters get no where in life.

marlie on

re: VickieC and Sarah

These red carpet events are supposed to be opportunities for the stars to dress to the nines to promote their films. We see it all the time – the celebs are always in their best, most current designer duds for these events. So why shouldn’t a pregnant celebrity ALSO be able to wear the same beautiful designer duds when she’s expecting? I’ve heard it from countless friends who have had babies that they wish that they could wear the same clothes when they were preggers (with the extra room, of course), instead of traditional “maternity wear.” So yay for Amy.

(And this has nothing to do with being a liberal; I’m _very_ liberal, but I definitely can appreciate beautiful clothes!)

Leslie Guy on

I love this girl, but she is gaining a lot of
weight pretty early on. Seen her twice on TV
in 24 hours. Hopefully the new designer duds
will be more flattering than what I have seen
Some people gain 80 pounds, but I got away with
just 30. Even that takes awhite to lose.

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