Here’s some photos from the editorial wearing the ‘gym’ look from Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2009 collection. Her beauty and elegance is timeless, a characteristic she got it from her mother, Grace Kelly.
There are more photos and editorials from Vogue Paris December 2009/January 2009, so grab a copy now!
Feel like dressing like royalty? Or even having a taste of royal life? Then look no further than the Mont Charles de Monaco collection!
Mont Charles de Monaco – Mont Charles means Monte Carlo in French – one of the first high fashion labels to originate from the prosperous Principality, has just revealed its signature collection of sensual handbags, as part of a coordinated plan to revive Monaco’s glamorous identity.
“Monaco has always been synonymous with style and sophistication” explains Founder & CEO John Mclean, in a reference to the luxurious Mediterranean nation made famous by Princess Grace and the Monaco Grand Prix.”But we need to remind the world of this, and add a modern twist”.
The antonym of vintage has to be the newest spark of an idea in motion. Such is the case with Russo-Baltique Vodka; yet to be tasted and to appear in public, further fuelling the hype and Ãœber-curiosity for this version of the delectable spirit.
A myth in the making, what is known is the inspiration behind it. Powered by passion for the finer and unique things in life this enigmatic and exclusive vodka is the brainchild of armour, combat car maker Russo-Baltique, DARTZ.TV Corporation in collaboration with Princess Regina Abdurazakova of Kazakhstan oil heiress fame.
The world’s most expensive vodka will be released on April 19 at the Top Marques Monaco and Prince Albert will be honoured with a gift of the very first bottle of this connoisseur creation. Reportedly priced at one million Euro ($1,35 million) we assume it chills on ice,
The lunch was organized yesterday (October 10th) at the Louis XV restaurant, at the Hotel de Paris, located Place du Casino – Monte Carlo.
Fortis, which was bailed out on Monday, sent an invite for 50 to participate in a ‘culinary event’ at the most expensive three-Michelin-star restaurant where the bill runs in most cases to over 3000 euros ($4,500) per person.
By international convention, a superyacht is any private vessel more than 30 metres (98ft) in length. A few years ago, there were only a handful but today, there are thousands of them and, amazingly, demand is on the up.
After a few years, the owner of a 30-metre yacht wants 40 or 50 metres of yacht and, right now, there are not enough quality shipyards in the world to cope with the demand.
Every year, buyers and sellers congregate in Monaco, and this year was busier than ever. At the Monaco Yacht Show this past weekend in Monte Carlo, there was an estimated $4.5 billion worth of yachts on display, and none of the 98 craft on exhibit were under 100 ft. !
The Wealth Bulletin (a Dow Jones site) has come up with a list of the 10 most expensive streets in the world. The survey revealed that the prices for the top homes in the best locations appear to have decoupled from the gloom and doom being felt in the wider property market.
If you want to live in the best accommodation in these streets you will need to be a billionaire, or not far behind !
Avenue Princess Grace in Monaco has been named at the top with a price tag of $190,000 per square metre. It is followed by Hong Kong’s Severn Road with a price of $121,000 per square metre (sq mt) at second and New York City’s Fifth Avenue at third place ($80,000 per sq mt).
Here is the complete list, with some sample property prices as tallied by Wealth Bulletin: