Dressed to the nines..
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Dressed to the nines..
Whatever is on your wish list, you will certainly find it here, and more.
All The World’s A Stage…
A wealth of cultural gems just waiting to be discovered..
‘Dege & Skinner is pure bespoke, everything they make is cut by hand on Savile Row and proudly ‘made in England’
‘Austin Reed boasts over a century of design excellence and an
international reputation that’s founded on personal service, remarkable tailoring and a passion for quality without compromise’
‘Twice voted the world’s best department store... more than 350,000 people visit the store every week and nearly 20 million every year’
‘Dom brought to bear a rigorous Formula One mindset, where nothing less than ultimate performance is enough’
‘Ettinger is a family owned and run, luxury leather goods and accessories company whose products are still hand-made by its craftspeople at the Ettinger factory in Birmingham’
Interview - It’s All About The Social Season..
Sports & Leisure
polo, cricket, horse racing, golf, tennis, rowing... we’re a nation obsessed with sport.
‘Each year, The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet give almost 400 performances of heritage works, classic operas and ballets, contemporary work and new commissions to more than 600,000 audience members’
The British Museum was founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world with a simple mission statement “to preserve its collection for the use and benefit of the public who may have free access to view and peruse the same”.
$500,000 (for charity) - Screaming Eagle Cabernet 1992
- Technically the highest price ever paid for a bottle of wine. However, the price paid was for charitable purposes.
$275,000 – Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck: the world's most expensive Champagne.
1. Billionaire Vodka
Price: $3.7 million - "Billionaire Vodka" will set you back a staggering $3.7 million. The wheat-based spirit is run through diamonds to remove impurities, and the 5-liter bottle is adorned with 3,000 diamonds and faux fur.
1. Burberry: Founded in 1856, this brand has a distinctly British attitude. Famous for its iconic trenchcoat, the company values luxury, quality and timeless style — and seeks to give these assets a modern expression.
The French fashion house, Louis Vuitton tops the list of luxury brands in the world. The company’s products include luxury trunks, leather goods, shoes, watches, jewelry, accessories, sunglasses, and books.
Brand value: $23,577 million