The world holds their breath every time a female celebrity walks down the red carpet in an intricate ball gown. Not only do these haute couture pieces stunning, but they magnify the beauty of these high-profile women.
Sometimes, we want a piece of these celebrities to ourselves, which is what Alvin Dave Ocampo did.
The 23-year-old Tourism graduate from Far Eastern University (FEU) recreated some of our local celebrities' iconic looks into dolls - without missing a stitch or embroidery.
1. Pia Wurtzbach
Alvin recreated not just one, but two looks of Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach - her white national costume and final gown during the competition last year. Both intricate gowns were designed by Albert Andrada.
2. Heart Evangelista
The doll collector-turned-designer looks like he is fond of Mrs. Escudero's looks as he also replicated the actress' Mark Bumgarner pieces.
The black cocktail dress with the giant bow at the back was what she wore during her sister's wedding.
His most recent work, however, is this gorgeous champagne gown.
3. Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla
Although he is known for dressing up his Barbie dolls, he can also turn out a fine suit for his Ken ones. This time, he recreated the all-white look the reel couple wore during last year's Star Magic Ball.
4. Kathryn Bernardo
He took another turn at the 'Barcelona: A Love Untold' actress as he replicated her dreamy pink Francis Libiran gown.
5. Iza Calzado, Karylle, Sunshine Dizon, and Diana Zubiri in 'Encantadia'
These need no introduction - the iconic foursome of the original Sang'gres merit their own doll version, which Alvin gave complete justice to.
6. Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera
Another instance of a well-dressed doll pair was the Kapuso Primetime King and Queen as Alvin remade their wedding outfit.
7. Kim Chiu
Alvin seems fond of recreating wedding gowns and white dresses as he did another one with 'Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin' actress Kim Chiu during the 2013 Star Magic Ball.
8. Anne Curtis
Of course, why not include one of the most fashionable ladies in the industry today? Anne Curtis got two doll renditions of her sexy gowns.