TWICE’s Sana Breaks Record For Wearing The Highest Value Jewelry On A Red Carpet


TWICE member Sana made headlines last night when she appeared at the red carpet event commemorating the second anniversary of the Graff Ginza Main Store wearing over 188 carats of Graff diamonds worth an estimated $33 million USD. With this impeccable look, Sana has broken the record for wearing the highest-value jewelry at a red-carpet event.

Sana, who serves as a global ambassador for the luxury jewelry brand Graff, arrived at the star-studded event in a burgundy floor-length gown that perfectly showcased the dazzling diamonds adorning her neck, ears, and fingers. The centerpiece of the look was the diamond necklace featuring a 102.34 carat that is reportedly the highest clarity round brilliant diamond in the world.

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Complementing the necklace was a pair of chandelier earrings featuring over 60 carats of emeralds and diamonds set in platinum, as well as an eye-catching diamond ring weighing in at over 20 carats. In total, Sana sparkled in over 188.77 carats of polished Graff diamonds estimated to be worth over 5 billion yen or $33 million USD.


— Luminous사나 (@LuminousSANA) November 10, 2023

Upon seeing Sana adorned in his creations, even the brand’s CEO, Francois Graff, had a lot to say about the K-Pop superstar.

She looks incredible, extraordinary. She is our global superstar, fabulous!

—  Francois Graff

CEO of Graff, Francois Graff about Sana wearing the jewelleries

“She looks Incredible, Extraordinary, She is our Global Superstar, Fabulous!”

— sana this sana that ฅ^•ﻌ•^ฅ (@sanadorabel) November 10, 2023

With this look, Sana has surpassed some of the most iconic jewelry looks in history. The previous record holder was Carrie Underwood, who wore a $31 million diamond necklace by Johnathon Arndt to the Grammys in 2013.

Carrie Underwood arrives at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in February 2013, | WireImage

Other notable high-value red carpet jewelry looks include Lady Gaga‘s $30 million Tiffany & Co. necklace at the 2019 Oscars, Beyoncé‘s $30 million Tiffany & Co. necklace at the 2022 Oscars after-party, and Gloria Stuart‘s $20 million Harry Winston “Heart of the Ocean” necklace at the 1998 Oscars.

Lady Gaga at the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland, in February 2019. | Getty Images

As a long-time ambassador for Graff, Sana has consistently showcased some of the brand’s most exquisite high jewelry creations at red-carpet events around the world. However, this latest look cements her status as a record-breaker and one of the most dazzling celebrities on the red carpet today. Sana’s flawless style and grace make her the perfect ambassador to showcase Graff’s most valuable diamond creations.

Sana is so beautiful wearing 188.7 carats of jewelry worth 5 billion yen at the Graff event 🫠

— minaron (@godmitzu) November 10, 2023

TWICE’s SANA is now the World’s Celebrity wearing the Highest Value Jewelry (GRAFF – $33,037,000)

— julie saw twice! (@tzujuliee) November 10, 2023

TWICE’s Sana has reportedly worn the most expensive amount of jewellery to ever be worn by a celebrity at a value of $33M USD.

The record was previously held by Carrie Underwood for wearing a necklace worth $31M USD to the #GRAMMYs in 2013.

— Pop Base (@PopBase) November 11, 2023

SANA breaks the record, becoming the world’s celebrity wearing the highest value jewelry on the red carpet with a figure of up to $33.03M

This also officially made SANA the idol wearing the most expensive jewelry in Kpop (Previous record: 9 million USD).

Congratulations SANA!

— for SANA (@yo_ojs) November 10, 2023

Last night was certainly one for the history books in high jewelry fashion. Sana looked every inch the glamorous superstar shining brightly in over $33 million dollars worth of the world’s finest diamonds. Her dazzling style continues to capture the attention of jewelry aficionados and TWICE fans worldwide. With this latest triumph, Sana proves she is still the queen of the red carpet.

 She looked absolutely stunning 🤩 

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