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If you were copying the plaid skirts, knee-high socks and maribou pen trends from Clueless in 1995, chances are you were totally buggin' to copy the skin-tight iconic white dress as well. ("Cher, what are you wearing?" "A dress!" "Says who?" "Calvin Klein!") At least, Confederacy owner Ilaria Urbinati was, and now she's convinced Francisco Costa to remake the dress to be sold in her boutique and website. Made from the original pattern, which Costa pulled from the CK warehouse in Italy, the dress will retail for $915. [DFR]