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Vogue December 2008; Kate Winslet at the Montecito Awards Gala in 2009 via Getty Images
The Cut-Out gown, available in crimson and cobalt, was inspired by the dress made famous by Jennifer Aniston's December 2008 Vogue cover, while the Tailor-Made gown and it's sister the Ivory Contrast gown are based on something Kate Winslet once wore. The brand didn't specify which look, but we're going with the one pictured here, which Kate wore to the Montecito Awards Gala in 2009.
The dresses are renting from $275 to $400, which is a far cry less than what you'd pay for an original. Of course, it's also a far cry more than the snuggie-and-sweatpant set the rest of us will be wearing for the remainder of January.