You might think that wearing a Hermes Birkin, Louboutin pumps and Ray-Ban sunglasses is super classy. But these iconic fashion riches are fading compared to the best in the world. If you had all the money in the world, would you consider buying the most expensive hat, handbag, or underwear ever made? While you were busy getting yourself toilet paper, here are the delights that bankers, CEOs, celebrities, and politicians have enjoyed.
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10 men's dress socks: Falcon Vicuna Gentleman Socks, $ 1,000 / pair
Cheap socks are for the birds. You have annoying seams. They stretch and wear out. The worst thing is that they fall into your shoes. Investing in high quality socks is one way to ensure that your feet stay comfortable at all times.
Falke manufactures expensive socks for this purpose. The luxury knitting brand uses "only the best yarn" to create its luxury line for men's legwear, a collection of "premium quality and the best craftsmanship".
The company's most expensive socks, sold for around $ 1,000 a pair, are made from Vicuna, one of the most expensive fabrics in the world. Vicuna is a fine, delicate wool that comes from the ultra-fine hair (and none of the coarse hair) of the Peruvian Vicuna.
Falkes website describes the material as follows: "The" fiber of the gods "is obtained from the Purvian vicuna. Its fine, dense wool was considered the rarest and most expensive in the world and was the highest nobility and reserved for the church. "
A Vicuna (picture of a really soft llama) produces about a pound of wool. Vicuna is too delicate to be dyed, so the very special socks are only available in one color: lama brown.
Because the fabric is so luxurious, it is unreasonable to believe that the Falke Knit Socks could be mass-produced. Each pair is tailored – tailored to the wearer's foot – and comes in an elegant wooden box. Oh, and Vicuna is said to be unique have warming properties so your fancy feet never get cold! 
9 Sunglasses: Chopard De Rigo Vision sunglasses, $ 408.4 00
Athletically expensive ray bans are a great way to protect your eyes in style. But if you really want to make a statement with glasses, you need a little more luxury. Chopard manufactures sunglasses and accessories from real gold that is made "for ethical reasons". When the design house partnered with De Rigo, another high-end eyewear brand, they created the ultimate sunglasses experience.
The Chopard De Rigo Vision sunglasses are made from 60 grams of 24 carat gold and 51 individual four carat river diamonds. In total, each golden pair has more than 200 carats of diamonds.
"The exclusive glasses appeal to an explicit group of fashionistas," said one brand representative. The sunglasses premiered in Dubai, where luckily it is usually sunny. 
8 Men's Suits: Stuart Hughes Diamond Edition, $ 723,000
A suit worth nearly a million dollars? Yes. Luxury goods designer Stuart Hughes and tailor Richard Jewels have teamed up to create the Diamond Edition suit. They only made three of these extravagant ensembles – no wonder, since the sewing took more than 600 hours each.
Like many high-end suits, the Diamond Edition is made of wool, cashmere and silk. Unlike other suits, however, it offers more than 480 half-cut diamonds with a cut. The gemstones are etched onto the outer lining of the jacket with unexpected "astonished" results.
Good news: the suit is still in stock on the Stuart Hughes website. And every purchase comes with a bonus that pays all costs. 
7 Hat: Chapeau D & # 39; Amour, $ 2.7 million
The most expensive hat ever made is the $ 2.7 million Chapeau d & # 39 ; Amour, the “hat of love” created in 2004 by Louis Mariette. It is made of woven platinum and is set with spectacular diamonds and amethyst. He was inspired by the designers' love for ivy and bluebells.
Harrods turned to Mariette to create something unique for the new luxury millinery and wedding department of the business. One of the main sponsors was the American Express Platinum Card. The designer approached the project with absolute joy.
The Platinum Guild had already developed the rare platinum fabric that was to serve as the basis for the hat. Next came Lady Amherst's decorative pheasant feathers. Mariette was sitting on the beach of a tiny island in the Indian Ocean when he hand-embroidered the feathers on the reticulated fabric, which he said was "a total pleasure to work with". The diamond supplier created special closures that could hold the stones, but could still be removed for insurance and security purposes.
The Chapeau d & # 39; Amour traveled the world and now lives in the Cliveden House, which is surrounded by the forest of bluebells Mariette's inspiration. It is not for sale. 
6 Handbag: Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse, $ 3.8 million
The renowned jeweler Robert Mouawad from Mouawad first offered the 1001 Nights Diamond Purse in 2010 at a price of 3.8 million US dollars to A year later, the Guinness Book of Records declared the elegant wallet the most valuable in the world. The heart-shaped masterpiece is handmade from 18 carat gold and has 4,517 diamonds (105 yellow, 56 pink and 4,356 colorless) with a weight of 381.92 carats. Ten highly skilled artisans worked over 8,800 man hours to make this dazzling bag.
The design is said to have been inspired by the romantic imagination of the Middle East, Arabian Nights. The rare purse with jewels was shown at auctions in Hong Kong, Geneva and London, but remains up for grabs. Experts predict a new value of more than $ 5 million. 
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5 Underwear: Victoria's Secret Glowing Fantasy Bra and Panties, $ 15 Million
Victoria & # 39; s Secret has been creating multi-million dollar bras for decades. In the 2001 Victoria Secret Fashion Show, Heidi Klum wore the $ 12.5 million Heavenly Star Bra, which was set with 1,200 pink Sri Lankan sapphires and a 90-carat diamond. Four years later, Gisele Bundchen wore the equally expensive Sexy Splendor Fantasy bra with 2,900 plaster diamonds, 22 rubies and a 101-carat diamond in 18-carat white gold.
But if you busted over $ 10 million on a bra, wouldn't it be nice to have at least a matching pair of underwear? The Guinness world record for the most expensive lingerie ever made goes to such a set. Bundchen modeled the Red Hot Fantasy bra and panties on the Runway 2000 from Victoria & # 39; s Secret. Around 3,000 diamonds and 22 Thai rubies are covered with 28 carat white gold. The gemstones weigh around 1,300 carats (101 of them dangle from a single diamond). The price: $ 15 million.
Note: Technically, the fantasy pieces by Victoria Secret are "underwear" and must not be worn by the pool. If you're looking for expensive beachwear, consider Susan Rosen's $ 27 million diamond bikini. The designer designed the barely existing "swimsuit" for Molly Sims' appearance in the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit. The bikini with 150 carat platinum diamonds is the ultimate in "art of opulence". 
4 Shoes: Passion Diamond Shoes, $ 17 million
Recently added to our list of expensive everyday shoes, we could not remove these shoes from a list of luxury fashion items. The world's most expensive shoes were launched in October 2018. The luxurious Passion Diamond shoes feature hundreds of flawless diamonds, including two perfect 15-carat stones. The real gold stilettos designed by Jada Dubai from the United Arab Emirates are on display at the Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai. The display size is 36 EU, but wealthy buyers can request any size made to order.
Note: One pair of Passion Diamond shoes is equivalent to 23,448 pairs of Louboutin So Kate pumps, which cost around $ 700 per pair. 
3 Watch: Chopard 201-carat watch, $ 26 million
Chopard, a luxury watch company in Switzerland, is known for precise timekeeping and jewelry. The company was founded in 1860 by Louis Ulysse Chopard, a 24-year-old who wanted to develop precise pocket watches and chronometers. In the 1960s, Karl Scheufele III bought Chopard.
The $ 26 million price of the 201 carat watch is an estimate. This is because this unique watch is so expensive that there is no list price. The beautiful watch has 874 high quality diamonds in blue, white and pink, which weigh 163 carats. In the middle of the watch are three heart-shaped diamonds: a pink diamond of 15.37 carats, a blue diamond of 12.79 carats and a white diamond of 11.36 carats.
To display the time, the wearer presses a special mechanism. The heart-shaped diamonds open like the petals of a flower and show the dial of the watch with three pear-shaped yellow diamonds. 
2 Dress: Nightingale by Kuala Lumpur, $ 30 million
Faiyzali Abdulla is a well-known Malaysian fashion designer. Everything that Abdulla created is a big deal. And if this creation has a name like "Nightingale by Kuala Lumpur", that's a really big deal.
The 30 million dollar dress, which was presented at the STYLO Fashion Grand Prix KL in 2009, consists of the finest chiffon and silk taffeta. This extraordinary strapless evening dress shines with 751 diamonds (1,100 carats). The largest of the diamonds is a 70-carat Mouawad tear on the dress's bustier.
The production of the burgundy-colored masterpiece with a 6-foot train is said to have cost US $ 23 million. Abdulla was inspired for the dress from the Persian poem "The Rose and the Nightingale" from the 14th century, which was read out when the dress was presented. 
1 Jewelry: CTF Pink Star Diamond Ring, $ 71.2 million
Even small diamond rings are expensive. But the Pink Star is a “flawless pink diamond with 59.6 carats”. The gem was sold at a Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong for $ 71.2 million in April 2017.
De Beers extracted the diamond in 1999 from a mine in Africa. In its raw state it was 132.5 carats. It took two years to cut and polish the diamond perfectly. At 2.69 cm x 2.06 cm (1.06 inches x 0.81 inches), it is the largest flawless, fancy, vibrant pink diamond ever rated by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
The buyer of the Pink Star was Chow Fai Fook Enterprises, a conglomerate from Hong Kong with a chain of jewelry stores.
Note: The Pink Star holds the world record for the most expensive jewel ever sold. But the blue diamond holds the record for the most valuable price per carat at $ 3.93 million. In 2016, the 14.62 carat Oppenheimer Blue Diamond was sold for $ 57.5 million at Christie's Magnificent Jewels auction in Geneva. 
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