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For many celebs, there’s no price too high when it comes to looking the best. That’s why we might gasp at these most expensive dresses of all time, but for them, it’s just another day in the life.
In 2015, Nyong’o looked like a dream in a long, white Calvin Klein gown that featured roughly 6,000 pearls. The showstopper was estimated to cost $150,000.
At the 1954 Oscars in New York City, Hepburn wore this tea-length Givenchy number. It was sold for a little under $131,300 in 2011.
The late Princess Diana wore this Catherine Walker silk chiffon evening gown three times: once during a portrait sitting with photographer Terence Donovan, to an opera premiere in 1989 and again at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival. It has been auctioned off with a winning bid of over $137,000.