A girl's best friend brings bling below the belt.
"It is very comfortable, it's not heavy or scratchy or anything," the Romanian model who wore the $122,000 underwear down a Singapore runway told Reuters last week.
While jewelry in other places, like pierced into one's nipple, recently caused a ruckus at a Texas airport, we wonder how the underwear -- complete with 27 white gold tassles -- would pass through security.
Like most runway garb, this (under)garment isn't for everyone. In fact, it isn't for anyone. The lingerie company that commissioned the thong reports it's not actually for sale. It will be "dry cleaned" and put on display.