In 2017, Swarovski commissioned a $60,000 Art Deco-styled dress in the style of her famous “nude dress”, from Berlin-based fashion tech company ElektroCouture to honor Marlene Dietrich 25 years after her death. It contains 2,000 crystals in addition to 150 LED lights. ElektroCouture owner Lisa Lang said that the dress was inspired by electrical diagrams and correspondence that took place between the actress and fashion designer Jean Louis in 1958. “She wanted a dress that glows, she wanted to be able to control it herself from the stage and she knew she could have died of an electric stroke had it ever been realized. ” The dress created by Lang’s company was featured in French-German broadcaster Arte’s documentary “Das letzte Kleid der Marlene Dietrich” (“The Last Dress of Marlene Dietrich”).