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Shop Fashion Star Episode 6: All Tonight's Winning Looks Are Here

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This week's challenge: The designers must do something they've never done before.

And both contestants in the first showcase do just that. Ross Bennett gets an offer for his retro-inspired lingerie from H&M, which the store produced in two versions: pink satin with black lace trim, and white satin with blue trim. Both go for $14.95 per set. Next, Macy's and Saks bid it out over Lucianna Scarabello's collarless cropped jackets, with the final going to Macy's for $100,000. The store produced all three versions of the collarless cropped jackets, and they're available now for $99.

H&M offers $50,000 for Nzimiro Oputa "flirty, romantic" asymmetrical dress—one long sleeve, one short—which is now available for $29.95. H&M produced the dress in black and purple.

Continuing with the '80s theme, Ronnie Escalante sells his scuba-inspired bathing suit with a front zipper and mesh insert to H&MMacy's for $50,000. "It's very difficult to make a one-piece swimsuit sexy, and you absolutely did that." It's been produced in all black and aqua and black, and is available for $89.

And the last buy of the night, Kara Laricks' asymmetrical chiffon dress goes to Saks—their only buy of the night—for $100,000. Saks didn't make it in the print or two-tone looks that went down the runway, but you can get it in all black for $375 right now on their website.

And that's it! Click through the gallery above to see all the looks, with prices and shopping links, and stay tuned tomorrow for all our official Episode 6 recap.
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