Gina Rinehart is now the world’s richest woman, says BRW Magazine. The Australian miner, worth nearly $30 billion, earns about $50 million a day.
Thanks to foreign investments in iron ore, its increased production and recovery, she earns more than the likes of Christy Walton (Wal-Mart) and Oprah Winfrey.
A restaurant in New York is offering something special to customers with expensive tastes – a $1,000 omelette.
Diners at Norma’s in Le Parker Meridien hotel can now order the “Zillion Dollar Frittada”, a Spanish omelette with lobster and 10oz (280g) of caviar.
Restaurant manager Steven Pipes said it began as a lesser dish, but his chefs “decided to have some fun with it”. “We thought we should really make something that would be a spectacular feast for a celebration,” he said.
To celebrate the launch of McLaren in the Middle East, the British marque has released this promotional film titled ‘The Perfect Line’.
McLaren has chosen a beautiful landscape and an even more beautiful road in order to promote its MP4-12C into the Middle East, and the supercar eventually finds its way to the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.
The private garage located at 66 E. 11th Street in Manhattan, is the city’s first million dollar parking spot, according to the New York Post.
The garage is described to be 12 feet wide, 23 feet long and more than 15 feet high and even have the ability to be duplexed in order to accommodate an elevator.
Bulgari, Mulberry and Valentino are just some of the luxury labels to have reinterpreted Queen Elizabeth II’s crown ahead of her upcoming Diamond Jubilee.
Luxury London department store Harrods has filled its windows with 31 one-off crowns made exclusively by an array of iconic British and international designers ranging from Paul Smith to Valentino.
The Starlight Headliner is a factory-installed option on the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe or Sedan that turns the roof of your luxury car into a panoramic starry night.
“Creating an illusion of a dazzling night sky, hundreds of fibre optic lights shine through the perforated leather on the roof.”
“The brightness of these Roll Royce-created stars can be adjusted to complement the moods and the needs of the owner.”