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This $50,000 Dress Will Be the Most Expensive Dress Ever Sold On Net-a-Porter

This $50,000 Dress Will Be the Most Expensive Dress Ever Sold On Net-a-Porter

dolce and gabbana red dress h724 This $50,000 Dress Will Be the Most Expensive Dress Ever Sold On Net a PorterIncreasingly shoppers are splurging big online on everything from designer shoes to pricey furniture—but a $50,000 Dolce & Gabbana dress? Net-a-Porter is betting on it. The online luxury retailer is set to sell its most expensive dress ever, a $50,000 beaded red cocktail frock from Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2013 collection.
The online retailer bought six of the dresses, and is confident that they will sell. Only twelve of these dresses are being produced in total.
“If we have women in mind for a particular piece then we will go for it and with conviction too. This Dolce & Gabbana dress has been produced in limited quantities and we have bought half of the world’s stock,” says Ben Matthews, Net-a-Porter’s buying manager.
The dress will hit Net-a-Porter.com in September. Get your credit cards ready.
What is the most you would spend on something online? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

  • a. nardo

    this dress isn’t even remotely ”beautiful” It’s not worth the gauged price tag. I have seen beautiful dresses online and this doesn’t even rate as ”beautiful” It’s really nothing to crow about.Actually, it’s quite boring to look at. Nope, this dress can’t cut it.

    • Rt

      a. nardo, to quote the great nina garcia, your taste level needs an adjustment to align with reality.

    • Angel

      Maybe you know nothing about fashion. The dress is a work of art. The extraordinary passion, artistry and craftsmanship that went into the garment is truly fascinating. I say it’s definitely worth the price. The dress was a part of their Byzantine inspired collection. Look it up!

  • http://www.social-losangeles.com Social Los Angeles

    Classy, elegant dress, A forever piece. Online, I splurge on designer clothes, shoes & bags!
    http://www.social-losangeles.com

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