lundi 22 novembre 2010

Here is the luxury condom

While Pope Benoît XVI seems to have opened a breach on the question of the condom, we present you the only luxury condom: The Original Condom.
At the origin of this project, two childhood friends: SAR prince Charles-Emmanuel of Bourbon-Parma and count Gil of Bizemont. To the internship, both friends decided that condoms must not be any more hidden in a drawer, but proudly exposed on the bedside table.
The condom, wrapped in a black packaging now, came two dollars. The dress handkerchief of 3 condoms in black imitation suede is sold 13,50$. But the top rest the case inspired by the jewelry sold 20$ with 6 condoms. Products answer the main standards, NF in particular, current.
The Original Condom also joins in an ecological and humanitarian initiative. In summary: "Safe Sex with elegance, smart, and eco-aware, "promises the brand products of which are not even available at the moment there

dimanche 21 novembre 2010

Rolls-Royce in 1 million $ in limited edition signed by Bijan Pakzad

The man who dresses Barack Obama, Tom Cruise, Vladimir Putin, Paul Allen and Giorgio Armani, ijan Pakzad, is henceforth going to dress a limited edition of Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé.

One around thirty copies only will leave in about twenty different countries to fill(perform) the collections of fabulously rich hand-picked nabobs ready to write a check of a million dollars for an exclusive model.

Every copy will be realized in the hand in the studios(workshops) of Goodwood according to the instructions of the designer of Iranian origin established in the United States.

Bijan-Pakzad.pngBijan Pakzad is also known to possess the most exclusive shop to the world to Rodeo Drive (Beverly Hills) a temple of the luxury shopping where we penetrate only by appointment.

The man has already dressed his own Bugatti Veyron

samedi 20 novembre 2010

The Ritz-Carlton of Hong-Kong will be the highest hotel of the world

Planned to occupy 102nd and 118th stage of the tower ICC of Hong-Kong, Ritz-Carlton is going to become the highest hotel of the world, offering a view still never got on the Hong Kong Bay.

The skyscraper under construction of 484 meters will be of course the highest building of Hong-Kong in its official opening next March, and the 4th to the world behind Burj Khalifa of Dubai (828 m), the tower Taipei 101 in Taiwan (509 m) and Shanghai World Finance Centre (492 m).

Ritz-Carlton of Hong-Kong will include 312 rooms and 6 restaurants and its swimming pool of the 118th floor will also be the highest of the world. All the rooms will offer a modern equipment : WIFI, station of reception for iPod and flat screen. Their price will start in 588$ at night.

jeudi 18 novembre 2010

New design !

Hi followers !
I've just changed the design of my blog, do you like it ? Or do you prefer the last one ?

mercredi 17 novembre 2010

How much costs a night in a Luxury hotel ?


While the French Ministry of the Tourism tries to classify luxury hotels, we are going to answer a quite other question. We often speak about the most expensive room of the most beautiful hotels. But how much does it cost to spend a small night in one of the Parisian Luxury hotels, in the smallest possible room ? To compare better, we feigned a reservation on the site for night, Friday, January 7th. 
Results : on 6 luxury hotels, we can easily pay of the simple to the double.
With a room in 564$, Meurice is the most affordable luxury hotels of Paris. Crillon shows its first room in 879$, Bristol and Ritz in 906$ and Plaza Athénée in 920$. George V makes the running in head, with a first room in 1148$, not included breakfast. The price of a unique experience.

mardi 16 novembre 2010

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lundi 15 novembre 2010

What do you think about that ?

According to research from recruitment consultants Laurence Simons, the proportion of magic circle partners aged under 39 who were educated at public schools rose from  59 per cent to 71 per cent between 1988 and 2004.The study highlights several reasons behind the growing elitism of the legal profession, including the unwillingness of firms to consider applications from non-graduates and the concentration of jobs in London and the South East. It claims the biggest driver is the demise of grammar schools and the “prolonged decline in academic standards in the state sector”.
Laurence Simons director Jason Horobin said: “The figures paint a disturbingly regressive picture of the opportunities open to those wishing to get into law.  Social exclusivity is rife in the industry.
“The fact that 15 per cent of people in the sector attended one of just 250 of the nation’s most exclusive schools shows this is a real policy blind spot – a lot’s been done to address the under-representation of women and ethnic minority groups and we’re at least on the way to tackling those issues. 
“But the under-representation of those who can’t afford a silver-plated education is getting worse, not better.”
Horobin also blames states schools’ lack of focus on soft skills such as leadership and teamwork, as well as extra-curricular activities and careers advice.
Horobin added: “This doesn’t appear to be a case of wanton snobbery on behalf of legal employers - in many ways Britain’s blue-chip legal employers are simply reacting to the decline of state education. The overwhelming conclusion must be that if your children aspire to a successful legal career and you are choosing them a school, it pays to pay.”
Laurence Simons analysed the profiles of 49,600 lawyers on the business-networking website LinkedIn, which revealed a total of 7,200 had attended public school.
Earlier this month The Lawyer reported that Addleshaw Goddard had begun collecting information on the social background of graduate applicants (8 November 2010). Herbert Smith has also has begun asking graduates whether they were educated in the private or state system