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Have you ever thought of “luxury fashion” in recent times? Well, this class of fashion is for those breed of moneyed fashionistas or trendoids who want customized fashion items delivered at their doorsteps. They’re prepared to shop in the poshest fashion stores and live lavish lives.
Me, I’m only prepared to deliver to your doorsteps Facts and Figures of some of these expensive customized items.
Happy reading!

-“Imperial Majesty” is the world’s most expensive fragrance. It’s produced by Clive Christian and is worth $30,000.

-Ozwald Boateng, a Ghanaian-British born bespoke suitmaker, became the 1st tailor in the world to host a standard fashion show at 23 in Paris.

-Most expensive shop in U.S. is Oscar de la Renta’s Madison Ave. Store, NYC. An average shopper spends $3,217.

-Arguably, the best place in Nigeria to buy your 100% human hair extensions is Casabella Beauty Shop, The Palms, Lekki, Lagos State.

-The thong was invented to placate Mayor LaGuardia of NYC, who complained that the city’s nude dancers were exposing too much flesh.

-A session in Evian Bath, Florida, is worth roughly $5,000. This makes it the world’s most expensive spa.

-When unrepentant stylish Imelda Marcos was booted out of office in 1986, she had 5,400 shoes in her possession.

-Alcohol consumption isn’t ideal for ladies. The drink dilates the capillaries, thereby increasing skin fragility.

-World’s most expensive wrist watch is Patek Phillippe’s “Sky Moon”. It’s valued at $1.547m. But the timepiece is rare as only 3 is produced every year.

-“Jackie O” glasses are named after Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (fmr. US First lady).



About Mr. Cornells

A fashion blogger and stylist with an inextinguishable zeal for fashion. Founder/Editor-in-Chief, www.PassionistaHub.com. Catch me on Twitter @itsMrCornells

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