30 Million Dollars Bikini
Who says diamonds are only accessories to the clothes? At year 2006, the eagerly awaited Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition proves that diamonds can BE the clothes. The magazine featured a $30 million Diamond Bikini which contained over 150 carats of D Flawless diamonds.
Included in this beautiful group of diamonds were a 51 carat pear-shaped diamond, a 30 carat emerald cut, a pair of 15 carat round cut and a pair of eight carat pear-shaped diamonds. The stones were set in platinum to make this one very valuable bikini.
Once a best-kept secret amongst New York fashion editors and Hollywood stylists, Susan Rosen rocketed to popular notoriety in 2006 as the designer of history’s most expensive piece of clothing ever made, the $30 million dollars bikini, as seen on Molly Sims in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue.
Fashioned out of 150 carats of flawless white diamonds set in platinum, Rosen’s bikini design epitomized her casually opulent philosophy, and made media waves from Singapore to Russia.