Valued at $ 15 Million; encrusted with diamonds and precious stones
One of the dreams most longed for by most women is their wedding day and being the protagonist with a dazzling we most expensive wedding dress , valued at a staggering $ 15 million (€ 13.4 million)?
world’s most expensive wedding dress took 1 year to make
The figure behind the incredible and opulent creation, listed as the most expensive wedding dress in the world, is the Egyptian designer, Hany El Behairy. Hany El Behairy has had a tradition of closing its annual fashion shows with extravagant wedding dresses, which cost millions and are always adored by famous celebrities.
This December 23, 2019 was no exception in his 100th fashion show, in a hotel in downtown Cairo. The Egyptian designer made his mark by presenting the imposing most expensive wedding dress in the world, valued at a staggering Dh55 million (United Arab Emirates)
, equivalent to $ 15 million. The striking and luxurious piece was modeled on the runway by Egyptian actress Mai Omar.
Made entirely with inlays with exquisite diamonds and precious stones, the spectacular wedding dress was designed to show off a short, sexy but not daring skirt at the front and a long train at the back. In addition, the long veil that matches the dress is finely crafted and decorated with stars and diamond inlays. It gives a feeling of a starry sky that illuminates the happy bride.
According to the designer, the elaboration of this opulent piece, classified as the most expensive wedding dress in the world, took a year to complete. This is not the first time that Hany El Behairy has created and presented a wedding dress of such greatness. In 2017, actress Yosra El-Lozy walked the runway, decked out in a luxurious dress adorned with diamonds, which was worth an estimated $ 4 million (€ 3.6 million).
However, a $ 15 million wedding dress is unthinkable. Even if you have all the money in the world, is it worth spending all that amount just to want to look unique and stunning for a few hours on your wedding day?