Amy Adams Turns to Carolina Herrera for a Custom Maternity Wardrobe

01/07/2010 at 02:11 PM ET

Debra L. Rothenberg/Startraks; Girlie/Fame

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! 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 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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VickieC on

How about turning to Target or Kohls for your maternity wear, or do the rest of us just get to look like average pregnant women. Give me a break. These people have WAY too much money.

Sarah on

VickieC – let me guess… you’re a liberal? Those who EARN their money should be able to spend it however they want. They earned it. Do you want someone judging you and telling you how to spend your money?

paris on

I agree! why do they say they are regular people? regular people go to wal mart and target for maternity clothes.. its a 9 month pregnancy, why spend hundreds of dollars for something uu’ll only wear what..once?

Aimee on

Because she’s a MOVIE START going to a MOVIE PREMIER! why should they look like “regular” people when they’re not? You don’t dress in Target to GMA or Lenno sweety!

Jaime on

I have to agree with VickieC. While I say she does look nice, they have way too much time and money on their hands. (must be nice) as for the rest of us working class folks, we’ll make do with the target’s and departments stores etc…

S on

I’m sorry, but this irritates me. Look at the economy we’re in and this person can’t buy maternity clothes off the rack? She’s not putting money into the economy and I think that goes to show how out of touch celebrities get. Why can’t you buy them at a store? Let the people working at the store keep their jobs as the stores stay open, the people who make the clothes keep their jobs, etc…

wtf? on

sarah – what does being a liberal have to do with it? your comment was as ignorant as the one you were writing about.

EMH on

Do you really think she’s paying for these clothes????

GLW on

Why shouldn’t she spend as much as she can afford on maternity clothes? She earned it, what should she do with her money?? Give it away? Get a grip.

S on

She would be spending tons of money on her wardrobe anyway. She is just calling in a favor and getting a wonderful designer to make her maternity clothes. Do you really think a movie star would show up to interviews and red carpet premieres wearing the latest Target pregnancy dress? I think not. You wouldn’t expect a non pregnant woman to do so either, so why should she decide not to dress beautifully just because she is pregnant. If I had the money, I would pay for a custom designed wardrobe during my pregnancy too.

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