It’s hard time for wordwide economy but it doesn’t mean that you can’t buy the most expensive dress at $30 million price.
Why so expensive?
The “Nightingale of Kuala Lumpu” the silk and taffeta evening gown is adorned with 750 diamonds, including a 70 carat pear-shaped stone at the centre of the bodice and a train encrusted with real diamonds.
This fantastic price dress has gone on sale in Malaysia and makes famous gowns by Balmain and Dior look like Primark price tags.
Stocks drop, gold is even falling but a diamond is forever. This is a dress with diamonds. Why go backwards, why can’t we go forwards?” the designer of this dress, Faisol Abdullah, told Reuters as he showed off his sketches.
We are going to the fantastic, but its real. You are getting value for money with these diamonds”
The designer Abdullah wants to finish the dress in time for the STYLO Fashion festival early next month in the Malaysian capital.
Asked if the dress would fascinate buyers, Nancy Yeoh, chief executive of STYLO, which commissioned the dress, said:
Its art and there are still enough rich people who would want to buy.
Actually, we have a plan to present the dress to the royal courts around the world starting with the Middle East,” she said, adding that if the dress was sold, 5 percent would go to the Gaza Humanitarian Fund.
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