Visa Black Card recently released their newest national TV ad campaign featuring a female “James Bond” type character and the finest in luxury props.
This commercial is set to AC/DC’s “Back in Black” with the South of France and California as the backdrop and model Donna Feldman as the star.
The advertisement includes the heroine in black putting on her black Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses, driving a Ducati Monster 1100 motorcycle, and being lifted to her Pershing 88 Yacht via a black MD 500 helicopter.
Morgan Stanley is set to launch wealth management services for the super-rich in India, Reuters reports.
It’s going to be India’s most exclusive super-rich club, with membership restricted to those with a minimum investible surplus of $1 billion.
Why India? India is the world’s second fastest growing economy and according it has the second largest number of billionaires in Asia after China.
Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, is the latest victim to the economic downturn.
Luxist reports that ski chalet rental company Descent International has gone into liquidation meaning that guests may lose their deposits for winter vacations.
A total of nearly Â£500,000 including a deposit made by the Duke of York might not be returned.
My House is a new nightclub in Los Angeles that has been designed by Dodd Mitchell.
The club’s interior reinterprets the classic house party by feeling and functioning like you’ve entered someone’s private home.
A new concept in executive and luxury travel memberships is coming next month, which will open the doors to a fantasy world for super-rich seeking access to elite air travel.
Called Air Platinum Club, the concept offers its members the access to a wide selection of luxury travel options ranging from private jets to luxury watercrafts.
The fleet of private jets includes the Gulfstream GIV SP, two Bombardier Global XRS planes, the Falcon 2000 and Falcon 50.
Chaired by the Editor of the Financial Times, Lionel Barber, The FT Business of Luxury Summit will bring together leaders from one of the world’s most successful industries.
This year’s theme is “Beyond Green: Economics, Ethics and Enticement”.
The annual event, now in its fifth year, will be hosted at Monte Carlo’s Salles des Etoiles in June, and will be attended by luxury brands, luxury consultants and brand experts.
Debates are expected to centre around the impact of the economic crisis on the luxury sector and future plans for businesses to become more ethical and environmentally friendly.