Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur: Here is the Most Expensive Dress of All Time

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Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur: Here is the Most Expensive Dress of All Time: There are so many beautiful dresses in the world, but definitely, one must stand out as the most expensive, and in this case it is a silky red dress.

This silky red dress and the most expensive dress in the world is no doubt the Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur, which is estimated to worth $30 million.

The dress was designed and created by a well-known Malaysian designer named Faiyzali Abdullah and the dress behind Expensive can be attributed the cost of the materials that went into its creation.

The dress was created with materials ranging from chiffon to silk, to Swarovski crystals and 751 real diamonds. The gown covered with 751 diamonds and Swarovski crystals weighing over 1,100 carats and includes a 70-carat teardrop diamond.

The red colour and the beauty of the dress will make anyone who wears it feel like a princess, and with the price, definitely, only a princess can afford it. The dress was unveiled and the honour to wear and model this dress was given to a former beauty queen in Malaysia

Do you think the dress is worth the price??

Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur: Indian origin actress to wear $30 Million Dress

KUALA LUMPUR: Indian origin actress Kavita Sidhu has been chosen by top Malaysian designers to wear a USD 30 million gown at a fundraising event here. Called “Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur”, the dress has been designed by top fashion designer Faisol Abdullah of fashion house Jendela, with 750 pieces of diamonds weighing over 1,000 carats held together by a pear-shaped 70-carat diamond from jeweller Mouawad. The show “STYLO Fashion Grand Prix Kuala Lumpur” at the Lake Gardens on April 3 will have shoes by celebrity designer Datuk Jimmy Choo, the New Straits Times reported.

“I could think of nobody else to wear it. She will unveil the dress while the poem is being read,” Faisol said after presenting a sketch of the dress to media representatives on Sunday, the paper reported. Faisol said the dress was inspired by a poem entitled The Rose and the Nightingale by 14th century Persian poet Hafiz. “RM5 million from the sale would go to the Gaza humanitarian fund. This is part of our corporate social responsibility programme aimed at alleviating the plight of the Palestinians,” Datuk Nancy Yeoh, the president and CEO of STYLO International was quoted as saying by Times yesterday. STYLO Fashion Grand Prix KL will be held from March 28 to April 5 in four different locations in Kuala Lumpur. The showcase will feature 50 designers from Malaysia.

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