DWTS Style Goes from the Stage to the Stores

08/26/2010 at 11:00 AM ET

Kelsey McNeal/ABC

Dancing with the Stars style fans, rejoice! If you’ve been eyeing that rhinestone bracelet or sparkly gown from last season’s cha-cha number, it could soon be yours. Randall Christensen, the costume designer behind the show’s glamorous bejeweled outfits, will soon come out with his own line of inspired women’s apparel, jewelry, accessories and more. “The right costume, for an individual’s body, can be transformational,” said Christensen, who’s dressed Pamela Anderson and Kate Gosselin. “I have seen women grow a couple of inches taller right before my eyes, with the right clothes and accessories, that strap, minimize, lift, shape, and accentuate. Every woman deserves that kind of confidence." And it's the every woman that the brand will target, providing accessible designs at affordable price points without compromising Christensen's dramatic flair. There's no launch date set yet, but we can't wait to see Randall’s creations. Tell us: Are you looking forward to Christensen's own line of clothing? –Hana Choi

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Daniela on

Yes! I’ve been on the hunt for those sparkly chunky bangles everywhere! I’ve been searching since show aired – 5 years ago :(

Jon on

This is so great to hear, best of luck on this, and I am very excited for Christensens’s own line of clothing! I’m also glad Jessica Simpson is in a great place!

Jon on

It’s nice that Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley will reunite to host this Year’s CMA’s on November 10! Also, I’m glad Jaycee Duggard & her family celebrate a year of freedom since her & her Daughters were finally found, and I’m glad things have gotten better, even though it’s still very hard for them sometimes!

Jacie on

I am super excited! I ballroom dance and have been loving the costumes the stars and pro’s have been dressed in!!! Bring it on!

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Best of luck to Julianna Margeulis on presenting her fellow ER Alum, George Clooney, with The Bob Hope Humanitarian Award at The Emmys this Sunday!

Mallory on

I wonder if affordable actually meand AFFORDABLE because sometimes these articles say the stuffs going to be affordable and I click the link and it’s like $100 for a skirt that’s not affordable in my books you have to be pretty well off to be able to pay that kind of money for one piece of clothing.

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