Thursday, March 24, 2011

What to wear today?

Hello my fellow followers, today we discuss about clothing, take your pick of some of the most expensive wearable clothes around.


Satya Paul Design Studio necktie – $220,000
The Satya Paul Design Studio, a company with roots in the early stages of India’s fashion industry, displayed the most expensive necktie in the world at a fashion show aptly titled “Cultural Ties” in Mumbai on October 29th, 2003. Tied around the neck of bollywood film star Salman Khan, this unique tie is made of pure silk with a pattern in 150 grams of gold. It’s also adorned with 271 diamonds weighing 77 carats weighing 77 carats total.


Antique Levi’s jeans – $60,000
Levi Strauss Company bid $46,532 to buy a pair of their own brand of jeans back on the popular auction site eBay. However, the most expensive jeans were an average pair of 501 jeans manufactured in the 1880s and purchased by a Japanese collector in 2005 for $60,000.


Eton 80th anniversary dress shirt – over $45,000
Swedish shirt-making company Eton, celebrating their 80th birthday, created this shirt out of the finest Egyptian cotton. Of course, it couldn’t be the most expensive shirt in the world without a few diamonds. Both the studs and the cufflinks are encrusted with diamonds—white diamonds on the cufflinks and colored diamonds on the studs.



Berluti Rapiécés Reprisés – $1,830
These shoes, inspired by Andy Warhol, are notable for the patched appearance traditionally reserved for clothing. Because Warhol requested a visible patch only on his right shoe, each set includes an additional left shoe that remains unpatched.

“Cosby” sweaters – $5,000
When playing Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show (1984-1992), Bill Cosby most often wore shirts with loud, geometric, swirling and/or patchwork patterns. This habit gave rise to the term “Cosby sweater,” used to describe similar sweaters. In 2008, Hello Friend and the Ennis William Cosby foundation put three of those famous sweaters up for auction on eBay.

In all this hideous crap the only thing I'd actually buy if I had the money would be the Eton 80th anniversary dress shirt, because it looks really classy.

6 comments:

Thatoneguy said...

Definitely not that tie. lol.

Jay.CA said...

i'll take them all!

Jacob said...

hehe, its kinnda funny...
All my jeans look like that.
THink im going to sell them as 'Antiques'^^

Diorf said...

I like the shoes!

Stuck In Syndey said...

lol this is my kind of blog!

Anton Nuemus said...

I would take em all like Jay.CA :D

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