Remember the slinky "slave" costume Princess Leia wore in the 1983 Star Wars sequel, The Return of The Jedi? Well, it has been sold for a whooping US$96,000 (S$135,325) at a Profiles In History auction.
The anonymous winner also received a collar, chain links, and a letter of authenticity from the Star Wars designer, Richard Miller.
That aside, you'd expect something of high quality with such a hefty price tag, but according to the auction listing, the bikini is made of "flexible, gold-painted red dense-urethane rubber".
While fans may have loved the two-piece for decades, Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia, wasn't such a fan as she described it as "what supermodels will eventually wear in the seventh ring of hell."
For those of us who'd also like a piece of that history, but don't have that sort of money, can possibly rent from a costume store like Rachel from Friends.