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Sometimes, in order to look stunning, celebrities do not skimp on investing a fortune in their image. After all, their appearance is often discussed more than a fresh hit or a new role.

We decided to find out which of the star beauties over the past ten years, choosing dresses for ourselves, was the most generous of all.

 

Beyoncé in Givenchy.

In 2016, singer Beyoncé came to the annual Met Gala in a Givenchy latex dress. This delicate handmade peach outfit, decorated with flowers and pearls, cost the pop diva $80,000. Many agreed that the image of a seductive mermaid was worth it.

Anne Hathaway in Valentino.

A passionate brunette in a red silk dress with a train at the Oscars in 2011 attracted thousands of eyes. It was the irresistible Anne Hathaway in a dainty $80,000 Valentino outfit attention-grabbing dress was essential – that year she became the host of the ceremony.

 

Rooney Mara in Givenchy: $100,000.

In 2016, actress Rooney Mara chose a Givenchy light lace dress for the Oscars. An openwork dress with a curly cut in the waist area was created by special order by the Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci. The actress was nominated that year, but did not receive an award.

Cate Blanchett in Armani Prive.

In 2014, actress Cate Blanchett took the Oscar stage for her statuette in an Armani Prive nude dress. The outfit was encrusted with hundreds of Swarovski crystals, and its cost is estimated at $100,000. The shade of the dress perfectly emphasized the wheat-colored hair of the star.

 

Jessica Biel in Chanel Couture.

Oscar again: in 2014 at the ceremony, actress Jessica Biel wowed fashion critics with a spectacular outfit from Chanel Couture. The bustier dress, in which Justin Timberlake’s wife appeared on the red carpet, was embroidered with sequins and literally sparkled under the flashes of cameras. Very beautiful, but also very expensive: the price of the dress was $100,000 dollars.

Charlize Theron in Christian Dior.

In 2013, Charlize Theron donned an Oscar in a laconic white sculptural dress from Christian Dior, after which she instantly got into the list of the most stylish stars on the red carpet of the ceremony. At first glance, it seems quite simple, but in fact it costs $107,000 dollars, thanks to the hundreds of crystals that adorn it.

 

Lupita Nyong’o in Calvin Klein.

In 2015, Lupita Nyong’o shone at the Oscars in a Calvin Klein dress embroidered with 6,000 pearls. It took several months to create it, and the final cost was $150,000 dollars. The outfit was praised not only by other stars and fashion critics, but also by robbers! After the ceremony, Lupita’s dress was stolen right from her hotel room, and the criminals were never found.

Paris Hilton in August Getty.

Paris Hilton appeared at the 2017 Hollywood Beauty Awards in a luxurious shimmery August Getty gown embellished with 500,000 Swarovski crystals. This sparkling splendor cost the socialite $270,000

 

Naomi Watts in Armani Prive.

It took two months for Armani Prive fashion designers and designers to create a bespoke outfit for Australian actress Naomi Watts. In 2013, Naomi appeared in it at the Oscars. The diamond-set Neil Lane dress cost $1.5 million and became the second most expensive evening dress in the history of the film award.

Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior.

The absolute leader on our list is actress Jennifer Lawrence, who appeared at the Oscars in 2013 in a cream-colored ball gown from Christian Dior $4 million. The most expensive in the history of the film awards, despite the absence of any crystals. The outfit was indeed very effective. Jennifer looked like a Disney princess in it, only now, going up the stage for her statuette, she got tangled in a fluffy skirt and fell. The fall turned out to be so elegant that many suspected that the girl did it on purpose – for a successful shot.

Those who cannot afford to attract attention with the high cost of the outfit rely on piquancy and their sexuality.

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