Sunday, January 30, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Wood Flooring

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Hardwood floors are not only affordable, they’re also easier to maintain and promote healthier indoor air than other flooring materials. If affordability isn’t an issue, though, maybe you should consider the most expensive wood flooring in the world.

Macassar ebony, also known as Calamander wood, comes from India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and South East Asia. While it isn’t true ebony, it is procured from a related species. This visually striking wood is dark brown to black in appearance with orange-gold streaks. It’s a very dense wood, so no filler is necessary when finishing the wood, and it is less likely to split than other woods.

Flooring your home with this expensive wood will set you back around $150 per square foot. Compare that to the $8-$10 per square foot price of typical hardwood flooring!

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World's Most Expensive Shopping Mall

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents The Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the World.

In the US, we think of shopping malls as places for teenagers to hang out and purchase things for more than they’d cost just about anywhere else, places to get our holiday shopping done and places to walk in comfort for exercise. Will the same be true of the most expensive shopping mall in the world? Only time will tell.

The Bawadi mall, part of the Bawadi project in Dubailand, Dubai, will be the world’s most expensive shopping mall—if it’s ever completed. The original plans called for the 4-million-square-foot mall to be finished in 2012 for $2.7 billion, although construction on the Bawadi project was, at the very least, slowed by the 2008 financial crisis.

If completed, the Bawadi mall will be more expensive than the US $1.3 billion, 9.58-million-square-foot New South China Mall in Dongguan, China, and larger than the 12.1-million-square-foot Dubai Mall, part of Dubai’s $20 billion Burj Khalifa complex.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

The Most Expensive Celebrity Real Estate For Sale


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Celebrities are a picky bunch when it comes to buying homes. Among the amenities they may regard as necessities: screening rooms to watch their celluloid selves, entertainment spaces to host A-list parties and elaborately equipped gyms to keep those tabloid-gracing abs rock-hard. Other must-haves are high-tech security systems and secluded locations.

“The home really should be set off the street or down a private driveway,” explains Jade Mills, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Previews International of Beverly Hills, who regularly handles celebrity real estate deals like the late Dennis Hopper’s $6.2 million compound, which she currently shares with fellow agent Jane Gavens.

It’s no surprise then that the properties celebrities like Ricky Martin, Dr. Phil McGraw and Anjelica Huston have on the market are walled-in fortresses tucked into exclusive neighborhoods. Many are in Beverly Hills, where the average police response time to calls for assistance in a speedy three minutes.

We tapped online listing sites Realtor.com and Trulia to round up a list of the most expensive celebrity-owned real estate now for sale. We narrowed the search to Multiple Listing Service (MLS)-listed properties that currently belong to high-profile people in entertainment or that did so in the past. The result is a list of the 15 priciest properties for sale from America’s rich and famous stars.


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The Most Expensive Super Bowl Menu in Texas


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TMZ has uncovered what will be the most expensive Super Bowl menu in Texas, where the Green Bay Packers will play the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

According to Legends Hospitality Management, the people in charge of feeding the fat cats at Cowboys Stadium when the Green Bay Packers battle the Pittsburgh Steelers, the suites will be stocked with everything from  a truffled Mac 'n Cheese bar to Moon Pies!

The theme for the menu is "comfort food"  and the meals will be served in 3 AWESOME shifts ... including:

Pre-Game
  • French Onion Dip
  • House Made Spiced Kettle Chips
  • Jalapeño White Cheddar Popcorn and Texas Pecan Kettle Corn
  • A Winter Fruit Presentation
  • Tenderloin of Beef
  • Southern Chicken Salad
  • Fruits and Nuts
  • Miniature Kaiser Rolls
After Kick Off
  • Organic Citrus Salad
  • Organic Greens, Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit
  • Hearts of Palm w/ Black Pepper Croutons
  • Texas Slow Smoked Brisket
  • Dublin BBQ Sauce and Miniature Kaiser Rolls
  • Truffled Mac and Cheese Bar
  • Chopped tomatoes, Apple Smoked Bacon, Bourbon Ham
  • Pastry Desserts
  • Mini Moon Pies, Texas Blueberry Pies, Apple Empanadas, and Blueberry Caramels
Half Time
  • Warm Texas Peach Cobbler w/ Mascarpone Whipped Cream
And of course, the suite occupiers will also have full access to unlimited beer, wine, and soda.

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

The Most Expensive Hair Brush

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There are many treatments available to prevent or even reverse thinning hair and baldness. If you want to use one of those most technological advanced means available, however, look no further than what is likely the most expensive hair brush in the world—the Viatek HairPro Luxor Laser Hair Brush.

This hair brush uses nine lasers and six LEDs to stimulate hair growth via a technique called laser hair therapy. The theory behind laser hair therapy is that the lasers stimulate red blood cell production, causing resting hair follicles to become active.

Aside from the lasers and LEDs, the luxury hair brush features 26 removable bristles and a rechargeable battery.

This expensive hair brush retails at $499.99, but compare that to the $1,000 to $2,000 price per session for laser hair therapy at the salon or clinic.

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Friday, January 21, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Castle

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While every medieval fortress is a treasure trove of history, some are such cultural icons that they are virtually priceless. England’s Tower of London and Windsor Castle are such landmarks, and merely suggesting a price tag for either of those would be unthinkable.

Not so is Bran Castle in Romania. Archduke Dominic von Habsburg, a New York architect and grandson of King Ferdinand I of Romania, put the castle up for sale in 2007. It is historically important as a the home of Romainian royalty, including Ferdinand’s wife, Queen Marie. It was seized by Romania’s communist regime in 1948 and only recently retroceded to Archduke Dominic.

You may know Bran Castle by a different name, after a more infamous occupant. It’s also called Castle Dracula.

Its association with Count Dracula is tenuous. The castle was briefly occupied in 1459 by Vlad III, the historical figure on whom Bram Stoker’s famous vampire was based.

While the Archduke’s original asking price was a mere $78 million, and even then he would only sell with the promise that the castle would be treated with due respect, the New York investment firm expected to sell it for over $135 million. That asking price would have made it the most expensive castle in the world.

The sale never happened, however, and the Archduke has instead turned Castle Bran into a museum dedicated to Queen Marie and the royal family.

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Most Expensive Microscope

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Since the earliest microscopes were invented in the late 1500s, mankind has been developing new and better ways of looking at really, really small things. From traditional light microscopy to atomic force microscopy, scientists have only become better at visualizing cells, atoms and subatomic particles.

The most expensive microscope in the world doesn’t use either of those methods. It’s a synchrotron microscope built in Oxfordshire, England, and it’s not just the most expensive microscope; it’s also the largest. Diamond, as the facility is called, works like an X-ray microscope. In this case, however, the intense, focused beams of radiation are produced by particles accelerated to 600 million miles per hour.

Diamond is so precise that it can be used for anything from analyzing fossils to the development of new ways to decrease the size of modern electronics. It has also been used to develop AIDS treatments.

Diamond cost £260 million (US $415 million) to build and was funded by the British government and the Wellcome Trust, a charitable foundation dedicated to improving human and animal health through biomedical research.

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Most Expensive Cleats

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The most expensive pairs of cleats in the world are going up for auction in London. Worn by English footballers, these three pairs of shoes are worth over $624,000 altogether.

The pair worn by John Terry, captain of the Chelsea Football Club and England’s national football team, is the most expensive of the three. The Umbro shoes feature a total of 2,374 jewels—including over 27 carats of white diamonds, over 10 carats of sapphires and eighty-four black diamonds set in white gold on the tips of the cleats’ studs. White gold shields bearing Terry’s No. 6 adorn the toes and the tongues feature the names of Terry’s children, Summer and Georgie, as well as the cross of St. George. This pair of shoes is valued at just under $220,000.

The other two pairs are Nikes worn by Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney—embellished with 2,576 gems and rose gold—and center back Rio Ferdinand—decorated with 2,494 gems, rose gold and artwork by film producer and former musician Goldie. Each is valued over $202,000.

The most expensive cleats are the brainchildren of former model and dancer Luisa Di Marco.

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Most Expensive Digital Camera

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents The Most Expensive Digital Camera in the world.

 
Digital photography has come a long way since it started to catch on in the 1990s. While even your high-end smartphone may take pictures that look like crap, a real digital camera can make even the stodgiest photographer forget about film.

The Hasselblad H4D-60 is probably the most expensive digital camera in the world. This DSLR camera has an astonishing 60 megapixel 40 x 54 mm sensor. Aided by the Absolute Position Lock processor, Hasselblad’s True Focus system allows the photographer to focus on the composition without constantly fiddling with the focus. The camera has a capture rate of 1.4 seconds per capture and shutter speed ranges from an 800th of a second to 32 seconds.

This pro digital camera costs in excess of $40,000, but that price will also get you membership in the Hasselblad Owners’ Club. The exclusive club promises to hook you up with a considerable network of professional photographers to increase your exposure and expand your client base.

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Monday, January 17, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Sausages


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Sausage comes in a number of forms—from uncured fresh sausages like Italian pork sausage to cooked sausages like hot dogs. It can come in a casing made of intestine, a synthetic casing or no casing at all.

It can also come in sausage rolls—a popular European snack. Hibiscus, a restaurant in London’s Mayfair area, began offering what is likely the world’s most expensive sausage roll in late 2007. The roll was created by chef Claude Bosi, winner of two Michelin stars, who intended it to complement his Herefordshire suckling pig dish. After feasting upon a slice of roast suckling pig, Irish sea urchin, kohlrabi and fondant sweet potato, the diner is presented with a sausage roll made from the finest, acorn-fed pork and glazed with egg. The roll is served with a brown sauce made with truffle jus, almond oil and balsamic vinegar. The roll can be had for £20 or around US $33.

The UK’s most expensive sausage, on the other hand, was made with champagne and truffles and also sold for £20.

Of course, neither of those hold a candle to the most expensive sausages in the world—everyday hot dogs sold in Sweden by the United Nations Development Programme’s Nordic Office for a fantastic price of 999 Swedish kronor or around US $130.

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Most Expensive Hot Dog


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The most expensive hot dogs in history weren’t exactly special. Sure, they were limited items available for only a few days in Stockholm. Sure, it cost 999 Swedish kronor ($130 USD at the time) to get one. The pricey hot dogs, however, were no better than your average street vendor may sell you.

The expensive hot dogs were part of a United Nations initiative to highlight global poverty. The idea was that, for one of the billion people worldwide who live on less than a dollar a day, paying the standard price of a hot dog would be like your average, comfortably living individual paying $130. These expensive hot dogs were available from in September, 2005, from the United Nations Development Programme’s Nordic Office. They were sold by a number of Swedish celebrities and politicos.

The most expensive hot dog currently available, however, is a different story entirely. The Guinness-certified sausages are sold by Serindipity 3 in New York City’s Upper East Side. The Serendipity Foot-Long Haute Dog was launched on National Hot Dog Day on July 23rd, 2010. The fancy frankfurter is made of beef and grilled in white truffle oil. The bun is salted pretzel bread that has been toasted in white truffle butter. The hot dog is topped with duck foie gras, caramelized Vidalia onions, heirloom tomato ketchup and Dijon mustard. Black truffles are included in both the foie gras and the Dijon mustard.

The most expensive hot dog in the world is priced at a staggering $69 and must be ordered 24 hours in advance.

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World’s Most Expensive Olive Oil

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As any chef can tell you, olive oil is among the healthiest cooking oils you can use. Studies have shown benefits for those suffering from ulcers, heart disease and high cholesterol. Of course, it’s also one of the most expensive cooking oils.

The most expensive olive oil in the world is called Lambda and is produced by Speiron Co. in Greece. The oil is labeled as an “Ultra Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil,” and the Koroneiki olives used to make Lambda are harvested by hand and first cold pressed to produce a fruity and well balanced flavor. The oil is even packaged by hand in an attractive 500 ml bottle.

Ordered directly from Speiron, Lambda costs €40.90 (US $54) per bottle or €150 (US $200) in a special gift box. For the truly extravagant, Speiron offers a bespoke, hand-crafted case with two 18k gold plates—one of which, along with the bottle, bears the owner’s name—for a price of €11,000 (US $14,698).

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Sunday, January 16, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Luxury Baby Strollers

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents World’s Most Expensive Luxury Baby Strollers.

There are two main varieties of baby transport—the stroller and the baby carriage. Baby carriages, or prams, have the baby lying down while facing the pusher. Strollers, on the other hand, keep the baby seated and facing away from the pusher. With that in mind, we present the top examples of either method of baby transport.


The stroller that may just be the most expensive stroller in the world is Kid Kustoms’ “The Roddler.” Its sleek design makes it look more like a classic car than a conveyance for your little one, thanks to a fender design based on 50s Buicks, Oldsmobiles and the like. The stainless chassis is inspired by aircraft designs and the custom seat and top can be made of ostrich, stringray, alligator, cow hide or alcantra. It even includes an iPod dock and DVD player. It can be customized with a variety of different colors as well as logos, your baby’s name, etc. and the price for a custom starts at $3500.


The most expensive baby carriage in the world is likely the Silver Cross Balmoral Pram. Silver Cross has been handcrafting traditional baby carriages in Northern England for over 100 years and the Balmoral Pram features three coats of lacquer for a perfect shine and quality English leather. Each one is unique and individually numbered. Priced at $2,900, you’re not likely to find a more expensive carriage on the market.

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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Most Expensive Luxury Diaper Bag

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If you took one look at the picture and said “I have to have a baby so I can get that bag,” well, I feel sorry for your future children. You wouldn’t be alone, however, as Louis Vuitton has made their luxury baby bag an expensive and desirable accessory.

The Louis Vuitton Monogram Mini Lin diaper bag has all the features to make it as convenient as it is classy. The bag is made of grained calf leather with brass hardware and an adjustable, removable shoulder strap. It includes a washable changing mat, address holder, key ring holder, two baby bottle pockets and a bevy of additional pockets and compartments. It is, of course, decorated with the price-inflating LV monogram.

The designer diaper bag has been sold for up to $2200. I suspect the copycats are hard at work, however, as “Louis Vuitton Monogram Mini Lin” diaper bags can be found online for as low as $200.

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Most Expensive Diamond Necklaces

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents Most Expensive Diamond Necklaces.

An expensive diamond necklace is more than a simple accessory. It’s a statement of opulence that will set members of your family apart for generations. Check out some of the world’s most expensive diamond necklaces.

 H. Stern’s Venus Necklace – $3.17 million

This 110-carat diamond necklace features a number of cushion, square and pear-cut diamonds set in 18k noble gold. Even the clasp is exquisite, featuring a 14-point diamond star. This is truly a piece that looks just as good from behind as it does from the front.




The De Beers’ Marie-Antionette Necklace – $3.7 million

From the De Beers High-Jewellery collection, this luxurious necklace features over 181 carats of mixed cut diamonds. Beneath the deep pink diamond (1.84 carats) on the first string are two yellow diamonds (5.24 and 7.06) along the second and third strings. The 8.05 carat pear-shaped white diamond hanging from the fourth string, though, is the showstopper on this beautiful piece of jewelry.

Neil Lane’s Diamond Necklace – $4 million

The 140 carats of diamonds featured on this valuable necklace feature three different cuts—pear, cushion and teardrop. The diamonds are set in platinum along the six strings that make up this necklace.


Garrard’s Heart of the Kingdom Ruby – $14 million

The most expensive necklace in the world features a 40.63-carat, heart-shaped Burmese ruby surrounded by 155 carats of diamonds. Burmese ruby is one of the most sought after varieties of ruby due to its blood-red hue. This gem is particularly valuable due to its extraordinary size—Burmese rubies rarely exceed a few carats!

The most expensive necklace can also be worn as a tiara.

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World’s Most Expensive Beauty Pageant Crown


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The Miss Russia Pageant has only been around since 1993 and, since then, it has produced one Miss Universe and two winners of Miss World (one of whom was, unfortunately, later dethroned). Now, however, the pageant has a new claim to fame—the most expensive beauty pageant crown in the world.

The new Miss Russia crown was unveiled at Imperial Park Hotel & SPA, just outside of Moscow, and will be bestowed upon the pageant’s 2010 winner after she is announced on March 8th. Created by the Yuvelirny Teatr jewelry house, the exquisite crown is made of 18k white gold adorned with 2,358 diamonds totaling 62 carats and fourteen pearls, the foremost of which is an enormous 19 mm.

While this crown is claimed to be the most expensive in the world, its exact value remains unrevealed.

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World’s Most Expensive Paint

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Modern science has almost eliminated the demand for the most expensive paint in the world. In fact, its main usage in the modern era is to restore the works of antiquity. Still, what artist wouldn’t sell his or her right arm to work with genuine Tyrian purple?

Tyrian purple is produced by the purple dye murex, a kind of sea snail, and a single garment dyed with the pigment required the milking or crushing of twelve thousand snails. As such, it was extraordinarily expensive and wearing a Tyrian purple garment was a sign of incredible wealth. Also called imperial purple, the luxurious dye was used in garments worn by the emperors and kings of classical antiquity, including Alexander the Great, the Ptolemaic kings and the emperors of Rome.

Today, genuine Tyrian purple retains its high price. A mere gram of Tyrian purple may cost in excess of $3,725.

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Monday, January 10, 2011

Most Expensive Bluetooth Headset

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents The Most Expensive Bluetooth Headset.

Have you ever wanted people to put reflectors on their Bluetooth headsets so that you could more easily tell the gadgeteers from the crazies? Amosu Luxury Ltd, a UK-based company specializing in luxury cell phones, has created a headset that seems designed to trick people into doing just that. The lure is that this is also the most expensive Bluetooth headset in the world.

Amosu’s Diamond MotoPure H12 is based on Motorola’s standard H12 headset. The expensive headset filters out background noise using by using two microphones, features three interchangeable ear cushions for maximum comfort and even the standard edition is made of premium materials. The front of the Diamond H12 is made of your choice of 18 karat white or yellow gold and set with 184 diamonds (3.47 ct. total). You even have the choice to opt for white, pink or black diamonds.

Only 100 of the world’s most expensive Bluetooth headsets will be made. They cost around $12,000 and potential owners must wait around three weeks for delivery.

One can only hope that they’re as reflective as they look.

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World’s Most Expensive Classic Motorcycle


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Sure new motorcycles utilize technology that comes from NASA or the Air Force or whatever, but some people will always prefer the historical value of a classic motorcycle. Take, for instance, the most expensive classic motorcycle in the world–the Brough Superior SS100.

Each of these bikes was custom built and designed by George Brough in Nottingham, England. The SS100 was the fastest motorcycle of its time. The bike’s engine was a 1,000 cc twin-cam KTOR JAP V twin. In 1927, the SS100 achieved a record speed of 130 mph. In 1928, Brough broke that record by .6 mph. It was, as advertised, the “Rolls Royce of Motorcycles.”

Lawrence of Arabia owned one of the first SS100 motorcycles and it was a crash on an SS100 motorcycle that took his life in 1935. That bike is now on display at the Imperial War Museum in London.

The most expensive classic motorcycle was sold at auction at The Haynes International Motor Museum in October, 2010. Its final price was an astonishing £286,000 (US $442,000).

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Top 10 Most Expensive Fashion Brands

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents Top 10 Most Expensive Fashion Brands.

People strive to make millions of dollars so that they can live in the lap of luxury. Owning products created by the following luxury brands is considered a symbol of high class and status in such a society as they have ultra expensive items on the catalogue and one is considered to be rich if they own such brands.

1. Gucci

This brand was founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci in Italy. It is renowned all over the world for its excellent leather goods and Italian fashion style. Gucci is considered to be the best Italian brand and is featured in a chart created by Interbrand which lists out the 100 best brands all over the globe. It generates about 2.2 billion dollars on a yearly basis.

2. Louis Vuitton

This French fashion house is a favorite amongst those who know the meaning of style and panache. It specializes in sunglasses, leather goods, watches, shoes- you name it. The LV monogram is an icon in itself and has made the brand a status symbol. The company is said to sell their products at the highest prices in the industry which is made clear by the fact that its annual revenue is about 2.7 billion dollars.

 3. Chanel

Chanel is well-known fashion icon Coco Chanel’s baby and is considered to be the most elegant and chic brand in haute couture. Chanel manufactures high-end luxury goods, perfumes, clothes, cosmetics and much more. It will not be an exaggeration to say that the Chanel label is one of the most recognized labels all over the world.


4. Burberry

Burberry is a British luxury brand which manufactures everything from perfumes to clothing to accessories. Their products have a very distinctive pattern which is copied by fashion houses everywhere. The company makes about a billion dollars annually.



5. Fendi

Fendi is an Italian brand which is best known for its handbags. It started off small in 1925 but has gained world-wide recognition as it is owned by LVMH. Fendi generates about 338.5 million dollars every year.

6. Christian Dior

Christian Dior has shares in LVMH and headquarters in Paris. It was launched in 1946 and is said to produce the best read-to-wear fashion as well as accessories and leather goods. With over 160 retail store all over the world, it is not surprising that it generates a revenue of about 18 billion dollars annually.

7. Prada

Prada is considered to be among the most coveted brands in the world and is undoubtedly a celebrated status symbol. It was founded by a fashion icon called Mario Prada and has been manufacturing high-end leather accessories, hats and shoes for several years now. Prada generates 1.7 billion dollars on a yearly basis.


8. Christian Louboutin

This designer creates shoes for women and they are more than breath-taking. Launched in 1991 in France, these shoes are unique because they all have red soles. He says that his main aim is to make women feel confident and needless to say, if she can afford these shoes, why shouldn’t she feel on top of the world?


9. Versace

Gianni Versace is Italian and was founded in 1978. It gained instant popularity after it’s first boutique opened and today, it is among the best and most expensive brands in the world. The company makes almost anything you can think of- be it shoes, clothing or perfumes.

 10. Hermés

Hermés is a high-end French brand which is known to manufacture the most stunning bags and scarves. Their perfumes are heavenly and the leather is softer than fur. Its logo is distinctive in itself and the firm makes about 2 billion dollars annually.

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Saturday, January 8, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Lamborghini


The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents World’s Most Expensive Lamborghini!

Italian carmaker Lamborghini is known for their sleek and swanky performance cars, rivaling fellow Italian company Ferrari S.p.A. since their founding in 1963. It’s only natural to ask “What is the most expensive Lamborghini in the world?”

The Lamborghini Reventón 2008 is true to the company’s enduring legacy of exclusive automobiles. It sports a body straight out of science fiction and a 6.5 L V-12, 640 hp engine. It can accelerate to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds and is capable of up to 210 mph.

Like other Lamborghinis, Reventón is named after a fighting bull. This may have been a poor choice as the name, meaning “explosion,” is also an automotive term—for a blowout.

Only twenty of these expensive Lamborghinis were ever built and they were originally priced at a jaw-dropping $1.45 million.

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Most Expensive Wedding in the World

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Few things could come closer to that clichéd fantasy of young girls, to be married to a dashing prince in an extravagant wedding, than the nuptials of celebrities and billionaires. These weddings can be events that draw thousands of guests, feature lavish decorations and include performances by superstar musicians.

The wedding of Vanisha Mittal, daughter of world’s 8th richest person Lakshmi Mittal, to investment banker Amit Bhatia was the most expensive wedding in the world. The six-day event was held in Versailles in 2004 and included a reenactment of the couple’s courtship, an engagement ceremony at the Palace of Versailles—the only private function ever held in the palace—and performances by Shah Rukh Khan and Kylie Minogue.

The elder Mittal footed the bill for the wedding, reportedly spending $55 million to see his daughter happily married!

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Most Expensive Wedding Ring

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Paris Hilton  $4.7 Million

Hilton’s engagement with Paris Kasidokostas Latsis on May 25th 2005 was indeed a sweet and memorable affair of short span. The couple tied the nuptial knot in spring where Paris Latsis was found, showering his love with a 24 carat diamond engagement ring.

An American socialite, heiress, model, media personality, singer and actress – Yes these are not enough to describe Paris Hilton. She is a colorful character with versatile qualities. Born in New York city, Hilton is the oldest of four children of Richard and Kathy Hilton.

Paris Latsis is a Greek shipping heir and a socialite. In September, 2005 Paris Hilton decided to put an end to their relationship. The five-month engagement to a Greek shipping heir, Paris Latsis broke up as Latsis was not at all ready for marriage. In a statement, she also voiced that she did not want to end up a sweet relationship in a divorce.

Reports reveal that Paris Hilton was dead against the break ups. That’s why in a press statement related to Associated Press, she was found in a bit careful mood saying ‘she didn’t want to make mistake putting an end to a relationship by divorce’.

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Saturday, January 1, 2011

World’s Most Expensive Cell Phones

The Most Expensive Blog (The home of World's Most Expensive and Luxury) presents World’s Most Expensive Cell Phones.

Most people enjoy having a quality cell phone, but they also recognize that cellular phones are a consumable good and will have to be replaced within in a few years. For this reason, people often do not purchase the most expensive cell phone when they purchase their mobile. Some, though, must have a costly mobile phone. The world’s most expensive cell phones were made to satisfy just that type of person.

Ulysse Nardin’s The Chairman – up to $49,500



The Chairman by Ulysse Nardin is the world’s most expensive Android smartphone, and includes both a touch screen and a physical number pad. The Ulysse Nardin name is most often associated with luxury watches and that fact shows in the Chairman’s sophisticated design. The volume controls look like watch buttons and the crown between them can actually be wound to generate power for the device. In fact, the phone features a kinetic rotor power system visible through the backplate.

Nokia 8800 Arte with pink diamonds 
$134,000

Designed by Peter Aloisson, this solid 18k white gold phone features over 680 pink and white brilliant cut diamonds totaling over 21.5 carats. Some of the phone’s features are a 3.15 MP camera with autofocus and video, a music player, Bluetooth and voice memo.

 Peter Aloisson’s iPhone Princess Plus
$176,400


The Princess Plus got its name from the Princess cut used on 138 of the 318 diamonds on its surface. The other 180 diamonds on the phone were brilliant-cut. In total, the phone has 17.75 carats of diamonds set in 18k white gold around its rim. The iPhone Princess Plus is worth $176,400 while the somewhat more pedestrian “Brilliants only” version sold for $66,150.

Sony Ericsson Black Diamond – $300,000


The price of this phone comes from actual state of the art technology instead of a bunch of shiny rocks—but that doesn’t mean it lacks visual appeal. OLED technology underneath the polycarbonate skin that covers the phones entire face gives the 4 megapixel screen a borderless look. The mirror finish gives the phone a sleek, futuristic look.

Vertu Signature Cobra
$310,000


This gaudy phone is so exclusive that only eight will ever be made. Designed by French jeweler Boucheron, the Signature Cobra is made with two diamonds, two emeralds and 439 rubies. For buyers who are only filthy rich, rather than obscenely rich, twenty-six of the less flashy (read: no rubies) Signature Python phones will be available for a mere $115,000. Both phones will feature the real draw—they have frikkin’ snakes on them. Awesome.

Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot – $1 million


This ultra-exclusive phone, limited to only three units, truly lives up to its name. Not only is it extraordinarily expensive, but its Egypt-inspired design will look right at home in the hands of a Vegas high-roller. The phone features 45.5 carats of black diamonds decorating the bezel and a back panel made from 200-year-old African blackwood—the most expensive wood in the world. As if that weren’t enough to ensure the Jackpot a place among the world’s most expensive mobile phones, each key is cut from a hand-polished sapphire crystal. All of these luxurious materials are set in a 180-gram solid gold frame.

The Diamond Crypto Smartphone – $1.3 million

Created by luxury accessory producer Peter Aloisson of Moscow-based JSC Ancort, this luxury smartphone’s price stems from the platinum body, the cover adorned with 50 diamonds—including eight that are rare blue diamonds. Additionally, the Ancort logo and the navigation key are made of 18k rose gold. Built on the Windows CE, this expensive cell also features a high-resolution color TFT display and a 256 bit cryptographic algorithm. This expensive mobile phone features SMS, MMS, E-mail and Internet capability, WAP, JAVA support and even a media player.

GoldVish ‘Le Million’ Piece Unique
$1.3 million


Guinness World Records certified GoldVish SA’s ‘Le Million’ Piece Unique on January 29th, 2008. The Geneva-based luxury communications company’s expensive mobile phone was designed by Emmanuel Gueit as an addition to the Illusion Collection. The phone is made of 18k white gold and set with 20 carats of VVS1 (only microscopically flawed) diamonds. The phone also features Bluetooth, 2 GB of storage, FM radio, a digital camera and MP3 playback. This expensive cell phone is available only by special order.

Peter Aloisson’s Kings Button iPhone
$2.4 million

The Kings Button iPhone is, surprisingly, a jewel-bedecked iPhone. This time, however, Aloisson had the iPhone 3G to play with—and, apparently, a bit of a bigger budget. One hundred and thirty-eight brilliant-cut diamonds line the sides of the phone, but the real prize is the home button—a rare 6.6 carat white diamond.

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme – $3.2 million


Stuart Hughes of Goldstriker International is known for giving luxury devices such as phones and video game consoles the “Supreme” treatment—covering them with gold and diamonds—and the iPhone is no exception. The iPhone 3GS Supreme features a casing made from 271 grams of solid 22k gold and a screen trimmed with fifty-three 1-carat diamonds. The home button is covered with a single rare 7.1-carat diamond. That’s not all, though—the iPhone 3GS Supreme comes in a chest carved from a single block of granite and sports Kashmir gold and an interior lining made with Nubuck top grain leather.

Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition – $8 million


If you thought his iPhone 3GS Supreme was impressive, check out the latest iPhone from Stuart Hughes–the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition. Hughes has recreated the infamous antenna band that wraps around the sides of the latest iPhone, as well as the backplate, using rose gold. The band is adorned with 100 carats of flawless diamonds, and the Apple logo is formed with fifty-three more diamonds. Once again, the home button gets the most love–it’s made of platinum and features a rare 7.4-carat pink diamond.

The phone comes in an imperial pink 7-kilogram chest cut from a single block of granite and lined with nubuck top-grain leather. It also comes with an 8-carat flawless diamond that can be used in place of the pink one.
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Most Expensive Shampoos

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We’ve already told you about the world’s most expensive soap, but that isn’t going to do anything for your hair. After all, why pay top dollar for soap and leave your hair at the mercy of an inferior product? Enter Alterna Ten, the world’s most expensive luxury shampoo.

Alterna Ten contains exotic ingredients including African cacao extract, caviar age-control complex, photozyme complex with “color hold,” white truffle oil, Champagne grape seed oil, Bulgarian Evening Primrose and Arabian Frankincense. The shampoo is inspired by enzyme therapy, a process that uses enzyme supplements to treat conditions from digestive problems to cancer.

This expensive shampoo retails for around $60 for an 8.5 oz bottle. Even with such a high price, however, it may not be the most expensive shampoo in the world.

The challenger for most expensive shampoo, Kevis, isn’t a luxury product, per se, but rather a treatment for pattern baldness due to excess testosterone. The press release for the shampoo proudly touts Kevis as an alternative to adolescent castration, which is “not a commercially successful program.”

Imagine that.

Lest you think this is a product only for men, though, Kevis is quick to remind you that elevated levels of testosterone may occur in menopausal women, those on hormonal birth control or even women who are just plain stressed out.

So how does this miraculous shampoo keep your hair from falling out? Simple—it uses a complex molecule discovered in human umbilical cords and, well, other stuff you wouldn’t want to put in your hair. The molecule is bioengineered at a cost of $60,000 per kilo.

A “1-Month Hair Improvement Program” including 12 vials of Kevis 8, a Kevis Earth Elements Shampoo and a Kevis Earth Elements Conditioner will set you back $219.95.

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Most Expensive Soap


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If you can’t stand using the same soap as the plebeian hordes, then Plank—a producer of yoga-themed products—has the soap for you. It’s called Cor and it’s the world’s most expensive soap.

Among its ingredients, Cor has chitosan to even out skin tone, sericin—a silk extract—to trap moisture and provide UV protection and four types of collagen to help maintain skin structure. Silver, a known antibacterial agent, is what makes Cor the most expensive soap in the world.

On the other hand, it’s questionable (at best) that any of that crap can really help your skin. Chitosan and sericin will rinse right off and collagen is more useful in deeper layers of skin. The silver is, of course, proven, but there are much cheaper antibacterial soaps out there.

Cor retails for $125 for a 120 gram bar.

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