on 28th March 2009 | 1 Comment »
Nivea Visage has launched a special diamond encrusted jar of their Expert Lift Cream. All proceedswill go to the from the sale of this special edition jar Breast cancer care charity, which helps support women in difficult times.
The jar is encrusted with 441 ethically sourced white diamonds set in stunning white gold and has been tailor-made to crown any jar of NIVEA Visage Expert Lift Day or Night Cream.
The blingtastic edition of Nivea’s classic moisturiser will be auctioned off at a charity dinner next month, and is expected to fetch Â£80,000 ($120,000).
A dress has gone on sale in Malaysia with a $30 million price tag, Reuters reports.
The dress is decorated with 750 diamonds, including a 70 carat pear-shaped stone at the centre of the bodice and a train encrusted with real diamonds.
The designer Faisol Abdullah told Reuters: “Stocks drop, gold is even falling but a diamond is forever. This is a dress with diamonds. Why go backwards, why can’t we go forward? We are going to the fantastic, but it’s real. You are getting value for money with these diamonds.”
The supermodel Kate Moss has auctioned a kiss for charity.
Kate sold the smooch for Â£5,000 in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital, a specialist children’s hospital in London, at a fundraiser on Wednesday night.
She now plans to meet the lucky man, a banker , at his workplace to give him a smacker.
on 19th March 2009 | No Comments »
Humanity is a modern and stylish apparel company, that uses fashion to promote humanitarian awareness worldwide.
It’s a tapestry of art and written text that unfolds the story of individuals, social justice and the environment.
This winter, Humanity launches a new line of accessories that will take their humanitarian mission to the next level.
More than merely fashion accessories, Humanity’s bracelets and belts inspire the wearer to make a meaningful statement to the world around them.
UK’s Arsenal soccer team manager Arsene Wenger and players, Gael Clichy, Robin van Persie and Â Manuel Almunia met the world famous cartoonist Gerald Scarfe to realized the so-called, “Ultimate Arsenal Fans’ Car” based on the Citroen C4 hatchback.
Citroen, Arsenal Football Club’s official car supplier, donated the C4 which will be raffled in aid of the Club’s Charity of the Season, Teenage Cancer Trust, with raffle tickets priced at just Â£2 with all funds going to Arsenal’s Charity of the Season.
The rumor and gossip about billionaire widow Lily Safra’s notoriously high maintenance Villa Leopolda seems never to end.
Back in August we reported that Russian billionaire Mikail Prokhorov was the mysterious purchaser of the lavish home in Villefranche-sur-Mer which was on the market for a record price of 390 million euros.
Then came a report in early January of 2009 in The Londoner’s Diary that stated The Widow Safra’s trophy estate had, in fact, not been sold.