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desperate housewives

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where can i find out who designed a dress on the pilot episode of desperate housewives
Submitted: 11 years ago.
Category: Entertainment
Expert:  Isabella Sachs replied 11 years ago.

 Cate Adair

Marie Sylvie Devau

Enid Harris

These are the three costume designers on the show. If you are looking for the original dress there is a store in Los Angeles that actually sells the clothing from shows. many of the items were never worn otherwise once. all are in excellent like new condition.

3315 West Magnolia Blvd on California Street, 4 blocks east of Hollywood Way
Burbank, CA




Customer: replied 11 years ago.
The store doesn't have any clothes from desperate housewives. The desidgner is Eduardo Lucero, where can I find a similiar dress?
Expert:  Isabella Sachs replied 11 years ago.

 Eduardo Lucero has designed ORIGINAL clothes for the show.  The value of the dress I think you are talking about is $80,000. It's the one that was in the pilot episode.

it is an original, meaning it was not mass produced and is not available for purchase. Eduardo Lucero is a well known top designer to celebrities.

He has a boutique in Los Angeles at


Los Angeles, CA 90036


Open T-Thursday 11-7 pm and by appointment. 

Truly a native son, Eduardo Lucero has built a solid business from his Beverly Blvd. atelier with personalized service and a distinct look that always emphasizes Latin-flavored sexiness.

It's no surprise that Lucero has been a fave designer of starlets on the curvy side; his dramatic gowns slit down to there (or up to here) make smashing red-carpet statements. Though Lucero formerly sold his dresses and tailored separates to other boutiques and stores, he recently brought it all home to give more personalized service by selling everything from his airy boutique. This way he can fit and alter items right on the customer. Bright colors and ruffles are not rare, but Lucero also knows the power of a monochromatic look and a single long, slinky line.

Tip: Lucero also specializes in bridal

Customer: replied 11 years ago.
Reply to Isabella Sachs's Post: I understand it's one of a kind, does anyone make a dress similiar? Like a knock off?