Last weekend was the big day for my secondary friend, Yvonne. On Saturday, I went for the wedding dinner at Chuai Heng Restaurant and on Sunday, I went to her wedding ceremony.
Here are some of the shots I took :)
Wish Yvonne will live happily ever after with her hubby! :)
The most expensive piece of diamond apparel ever made is making its debut in the 2006 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
Designer Susan Rosen worked with Steinmetz Diamonds to create the ultimate bikini, a special commission in collaboration with the swimsuit editors.
The bikini is made up of over 150 carats of D Flawless diamonds, some of the rarest in the world including ....
A 51ct D Flawless Pear Shape,
a 30ct D Flawless Emerald Cut,
a pair of 15ct D Flawless Rounds and
a pair of 8ct D Flawless Pear Shapes.
All of the diamonds are free of inclusions, or nature's birthmarks, making the sparkle and brilliance unsurpassable.
That, coupled with perfect D colored stones, which are set in platinum, makes the bikini truly extraordinary.
The diamond bikini is body jewelry that reflects the eternal love and beauty of women.
Not a lot of materials for $30 million.
If you haven't knew, I'm outstation again. This time, I'm still staying in the same building but at lower floor.
During the first night, some Indians were having party and the music was blasting until 3am. I couldn't sleep! I wanted to open my door and scream at them or complain to the guard and I've even thought of making a police report. But of course, I didn't. Yea, I know I'm a coward. I can think of lots of stuff to do but not execute them.
I felt so tired the next day. So I thought I should be able to sleep very well that night. Turns out my mind can't seem to rest as soon as I'm on the bed. *cries*