The fine line between gaudiness and luxury

The Lonestar state (Texas)  has always been on my list of places to visit.  Oh my,  everything really is bigger, supersized and occasionally, luxuriously gaudy.  Is it only in Texas do you boast chromatic bling on your  Mercedes Benz GLS 550, list price $75,150?  Call out the  Mercedes Benz Fashion Police.


Cheers to quenching your thirst posh style

The properties of this water is a tasteless, odorless and colorless liquid, extracted from the Nunobiki spring in Kobe, Japan.   Quench your thirst and empty your pockets of $219 for Fillico’s bottled water.


This stunning bottle design by luxury water brand Fillico is made like chess pieces, topped with gold crowns and  sprinkled with Swarovski crystals.

A toothpick not worth tossing

The perfect gift for the person who has everything.  This 18K yellow or white gold toothpick will prettify the unglamorous  act of picking teeth at the dinner party. You can embellish your oral hygiene tool one step further, by adding your initials and diamonds to this couture jewelry.

Tasteless Gourmet Luxury

Luxury has evolved to edible gold.
The taste? Pretentious.

Edible gold is the ultimate in gourmet luxury, they say it has no taste, but it does allow you to put your money where your mouth is.

Business of Luxury

This article originates from FG Magazine, written by Alessandra Frega

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