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Apr 17, 2024

Most Expensive Dresses Ever Sold At Auctions

Shreya Kachroo

Iconic dresses

​Did you know there are dresses that have been sold for millions of dollars? Here are a few iconic outfits that will leave you jaw-dropped at the price tag.​

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Princess Diana’s Victor Edelstein Gown

Sold for £488,150 this gown was worn for the July 1997 Vanity Fair cover. Designed by Victor Edelstein, it sold for almost six times its estimated price.

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Audrey Hepburn's 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Dress

Auctioned for £467,200 in 2006, this dress gained fame from its appearance in the iconic film. Designed by Givenchy, it symbolizes elegance and sophistication.

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Marilyn Monroe’s ‘Happy Birthday Mr President’ Gown

Sold for £3,857,200 in 2016, this dress, adorned with over 6000 hand-sewn rhinestones, remains the world's most expensive dress sold at an auction.

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Eliza Doolittle's 'My Fair Lady' Ascot Dress

Auctioned for £2,900,000 in 2015, this gown was worn by Audrey Hepburn in the film 'My Fair Lady'. It reflects elegance and charm, becoming one of the most expensive items sold at auction.

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Princess Diana’s ‘Travolta’ Dress

Initially failing to meet the reserve price in 2019, it later sold for £264,000. Worn by Princess Diana while dancing with John Travolta in 1985, it was acquired by Historic Royal Palaces.

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Marilyn Monroe's 'Seven Year Itch' Subway Grate Dress

Sold for $5,658,000 in 2011, this dress represents a scene from the film 'The Seven Year Itch'. It symbolizes Marilyn Monroe's enduring legacy in fashion history.

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Princess Diana’s Jacques Azagury Evening Dress

Sold for £904,262, breaking a world record, this gown was worn by Princess Diana in 1985 during a dinner in Florence. It reflects the iconic style of the 1980s, exceeding its estimated price.

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