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Sotheby’s Chinese Ceramics Sale Smashes Records

Sotheby’s Hong Kong sale of fine Chinese ceramics and works of art was a record breaker with the auction bringing in a staggering HK$1.15 billion instead of the estimated HK$336-479 million. Nicolas Chow, Sotheby’s Deputy Chairman and International Head of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, said: “Chinese Works of Art took their place on the world auction stage today …

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The New GAP Logo

So everyone hates the new Gap logo, I have to say if the plan all along was to make the logo this ridiculous and get all this publicity then their PR machine is genius. But if this is just a coincidence then most people hate GAP anyway for ethical reasons so the company can’t be that surprised with the responds …

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Rolls-Royce Ghost By Fenice Milano

I’m starting to see a pattern here-that Fenice Milano loves gold; a few days ago I posted that they have customized the Fiat 500, now they’ve turned their attention to the Rolls-Royce Ghost. Fenice Milano  have truly given the Rolls-Royce Ghost  a golden  touch; the hood, grille, side sills and mirrors have all been coated in 24-carat gold, as has the interior, along …

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New Luxor World Time Luxury Phone by Gresso

Luxury phone makers Gresso have outdone themselves with their new offering, the Luxor World Time Luxury Phone. Designed for the world traveller  the Luxor World Time Luxury Phone shows time for six different locations (Tokyo, Moscow, Paris, London, New York and the sixth can be a location of your choice). Gresso’s Luxor World Time Luxury Phone is handled by six independent …

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New Design for Coca Cola Bottle

Do you remember what an original Coca Cola bottle looked like? No me neither, the Coca Cola bottle has been redesigned so many times it’s hard to keep track. This time it’s the turn of Gianfranco Ferré designs to give the famous bottle a new look and they haven’t disappointed. Drawing inspiration from a rich croc texture, an Obi belt …

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Piaget to Open new Flagship Store in London

You can never have enough bling or luxury watches in my opinion so it’s great to hear that Swiss luxury watchmaker and jeweler Piaget is about to open its first stand alone store in the heart of London’s shopping district, New Bond Street. The Piaget store designed by renowned French architect Gérard Barrau promises to deliver the ultimate luxury shopping experience …

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