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Shop Fashion Star Episode 4: All the Winning Looks From Tonight's Episode Are Right Here

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Tonight's challenge: The high-low. In this case, that means each designer will be creating two versions of a garment, one high-end, and one low-end. Ready?

First up: Sarah Parrott sells both her low-end V-neck sheath and her high-end white mini cut-out to H&M. (They really love her over there.) The live versions available now look true to the runway versions. The red is going for $25 and the white is going for $40. If you can get on the site, that is—the H&M Fashion Star site is acting up, alternately giving us an error message and freezing. (Update: As of 11:15, both dresses were already sold out. Womp.)
The next sale goes to Luciana Scarabello, who get an offer of $50K for her beaded bib dress by Macy's and a better offer of $60K by Saks. Saks produced the shorter version, and it's going for $225 on the site.

Nikki Poulous makes the next sale when her high-end garment—a '70s-style belted maxi—goes to to H&M for $70K. You can't get it online, though—as of 11:15, it was already sold out.

Macy's gives an offer of $50K on Barbara Bates halter shirt dresses—both of 'em. It looks like the high-end one lost some hem length by the time it made it onto Macys' website—both version now hit just above the knee. The hooded version is going for $79, and the fancier version, without the hood, is going for $99.

And in the grand finale, Kara Larick's super-chic, scarlet-lined blazer and tailcoat enters into a bidding war, and ultimately go to Saks. (Can we say she's our favorite? Why not. She totally is.) Saks has produced the tailcoat, and it looks pretty similar to what we saw on the runway, excepting the edition of a dramatic scarlet sash at the back waist. It's going for $395.

And that's it for this week! Click through the gallery above to see all the winning looks, and stay tuned tomorrow for our full Episode 4 recap.
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