What Money Can Buy

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Money can’t buy you happiness but it can surely buy the means to keep you happy. And for those with an eclectic taste in lifestyle, happiness often means being able to indulge in their passions. From antique collections, luxury rides, limited edition ranges, to auctions that the world has their eyes on, Exec Lifestyle gives you a sneak peek into the uber lifestyle.

This week, spoil yourself by taking an ultra luxurious retreat in UK, try the new nude shoes by Louboutin, and take a ride in the all new Mercedes designed private jet.

Going nude:

Matching shoes to the colour of your dress used to be yesterday’s formula. Today’s fashionistas are all about the edge and Christian Louboutin’s Nude collection gives them exactly that. Launched in 2013, this unique collection which earlier catered to a limited shades of skin colour have now added five new shades from pale to dark brown. These nude colour stilettos accentuate one’s ankles. It goes well with both smart cut suits as well as short dresses with sharply done edges. The shoes price ranges between USD600 to over USD1000.

Flying with Mercedes:

Mercedes has long been a symbol of luxury among automobile and remained a dream car for many. After taking over the roads, this German automobile leader is now all set to conquer the skies with their brand new range of private jets. Mercedes Benz has teamed up with European airline service Lufthansa which has the largest flying network, to launch a new section for their cell design. With an aim to enhance the private jet flying experience these two automobile and transport leaders have come up with a studio that specialises in designing concept cabins for private jets. Ensuring high end luxury and comfort within their automobile interiors isn’t something new for Mercedes; they are masters of the game. In fact, this won’t be their first time at lending their architectural expertise to another company; they had earlier designed yacht and copter interiors as well. This association of Mercedes with Lufthansa’s subsidiary division Lufthansa Technik is expected to elevate the lifestyle for those who seek mid air comfort and affluence. According to Gizmag.com, the two companies revealed  the first look of their innovative cabins on the prestigious platform of the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition, which was held earlier this month from 19-21 May, 2015.

On the rocks:

All you single malt lovers out there, hold your breath as Scotch makers Tullibardine brings you one the rarest whiskeys - a 1952 Custodian Whisky. Soon after the release it has been touted as the most expensive single malt whisky in the world. The bottle’s maturing time is remarkable and if one takes the year of bottling into perspective the whiskey has existed since the reign of King George VI, and seen through 12 British Prime Ministers, 12 US Presidents, the moon landings, Concorde and a new millennium!

Retreat to luxury:

Possessing a large amount of wealth hardly leaves one with a peaceful mind, and hence they don't mind spending thousands of dollars just to get a few days of vacation in a secluded place where they can meditate and unwind. If you think peace comes to you cheap, think again. UK is a proud host to one of world’s most expensive yoga retreats called , which is set amidst the beautiful locales of Turks and Caicos Island.

The wellness center offers some of the best yoga experience including daily yoga classes on private beaches, amazing spas with specialised treatments. Other features include Japanese bath (Onsen), Jacuzzi garden, and more. Accommodation rates per person per night range from $500 which includes terrace rooms to $13,700.

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