Montblanc’s Limited Edition Albert Einstein is a beautiful homage with a stunning feel of having the universe in your grasp and the genuine essence of Mr. Einstein himself.
Dubai-based Arabtec Holding will build the infamous Louvre in Abu Dhabi for $654 million. Abu Dhabi has paid close to $1.3 billion to use the Louvre name for 30 years and utilize the renowned Paris museum for artworks and expertise during this period.
In celebration of Louis Vuitton’s 20th Anniversary in China, LV opened a four level maison in Singapore vending men and women’s wear, jewelry, timepieces, luggage and made to order items. Architect Peter Marino designed the gorgeous structure with custom-made furniture and contemporary design origins that create the ultimate LV experience and ambience. Located at Plaza 66, the maison also offers special commissioned artwork by Chinese and international modern artists. Happy Shopping Singapore from The Luxury Elitist!
With the grand opening of the Louis Vuitton Taipei 101 Maison flagship store in Taiwan, lovers of tea and classic LV are paid tribute with gorgeous tea trunks that pay homage to Taiwanese culture and traditions.
Tea lovers with a knack for luxury can enjoy three colors tea trunks in Epi rainbow colors (red, green, and orange) which were specially created and designed by Patrick – Louis Vuitton in Asnieres, Paris. The tea trunks contain a custom-made Chinese tea set designed by Hsiao Fan Pottery Art.
By appointment of Her Majesty the Queen, John Walker & Sons celebrates sixty years since the Queens accession to the throne with the bottling of the Diamond Jubilee. The Diamond Jubilee by John Walker & Sons is a blend of rare grain and malt scotch whiskies which has been distilled and matured since 1952, the year the queen ascended the throne.
The World Luxury Association also known as the “Luxury Oscar Awards” announced its list of the world’s top 100 most valuable luxury brands. Classes include cars, yachts, aircraft, fashion, jewelry to name a few. The official report also indicates that China has become the world’s largest consumer of luxury goods. Check out the brands that made this prestigious list: