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Lifestyle Fixers

Ever wanted to have dinner with the Dalai Lama? Easy. Or a romantic meal on an iceberg? Simple. Want to know where to get your hands on a real-life camel for an Arabian-themed party? No problem. If you’ve got the cash, and it’s legal, there’s a whole industry ready and willing to satisfy your every whim. Despite financial turmoil, business is booming for the people known as “lifestyle fixers”.

Monday, December 5th, 2011

In search for the private fixer delivering ultra luxury to the wealthy elite

For the super-rich, those for whom the financial industry has coined the acronym UHNWI (ultra-high-net-worth individuals). the goalposts in the world of Luxury are forever moving. Where once you could rest assured that access to the finest goods was the prerogative of the privileged few, thanks to rising wealth and fractional ownership schemes, even private [...]

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Best Articles on the Rich and Famous from Perfect Knowledge PR

Abramovich’s New $350 Million Megayacht Will Have Missile Defense System http://bit.ly/DFdiO
The rare glimpse into the lives of the super rich during a candid chat with a private fixer http://bit.ly/Z9zc9
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton to Acquire Royal van Lent, Builder of Luxury Mega-Yachts http://bit.ly/2JfPP
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Monday, September 21st, 2009

Harrods by Appointment – Services only for the super Rich

Mohamed Al Fayed’s Knightsbridge store introduces a new ‘focus’ on personal service — to ramp up the top-end shopping experience Here’s a quick question for well-heeled brides-to-be and their harried mothers. What do you do if in order to accommodate all your friends and respect your cultural and family traditions you need to hold wedding [...]

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

Millionaire Fair Moscow 2009

Held in Moscow for the first time, the Summer Fair is a smaller version of the giant luxury market, the Millionaire Fair. “It’s definitely smaller, but the level of the participants is higher,” said Yelena Kudozova, the managing director of the Millionaire Fair. She listed carmakers McClaren and jewelry brand Piaget as examples.
Highlighting the exclusivity [...]

Thursday, July 16th, 2009