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PostSubject: Biggest Luxury Buys   Biggest Luxury Buys Icon_minitimeSun Dec 26, 2010 9:17 pm

Sales of luxury goods this year nearly reached the 2007 peak,The Women's Retro Cargo will freshen up your wardrobe this season featuring stripped twill tape, a functional side pocket and UGG buckle. at $235 billion, says a Bain consulting study. The ultrarich on Forbes' world billionaire lists did their part, splurging on art, jewelry, horses,Suede uppers and EVA molded rubber pod inserts for durability and traction makes this boot perfect for the cold. even incense burners and truffles. Here are some of their most expensive purchases in 2010.
Steven Cohen:The hedge fund manager is understood to have spent $110 million on Jasper Johns' famous "Flag" painting,The women's Abilene is an eye catching ballet flat Women's Abilene that is sure to make a statement this Fall. setting the 2010 record for priciest art purchase. In November he bought one of Andy Warhol's iconic Coca-Cola bottle paintings at auction for $35.4 million, Perforated detailing over pop colors will guarantee you'll stand out against the rest, while staying comfortable. adding to his already impressive collection of contemporary art.
Mian Muhammad Mansha:Pakistan's first billionaire and his family bought the St.The Women's Roslynn is fully lined in sheepskin with a suede upper. James Hotel & Club in London's exclusive Green Park neighborhood for between $85 and $95 million.Women's Roslynn U.K. realtor Savills called the hotel sale one of the most expensive ever on a price-per-room basis: With only 60 suites,A simple, sleek silhouette with all the warmth, comfort and sophistication you've come to expect from UGG. the deal works out to about $1.5 million per room.
Kelcy Warren:The Texas pipeline tycoon purchased the 3,500-acre BootJack Ranch near Telluride, Colo.,Perfect for snowy, wet conditions - the Women's Adirondack Tall boot features a waterproof full grain leather upper with a breathable eVent membrane. An exclusive Vibram outsole provides durability and traction. in April, in what is being called the biggest private real estate transaction of 2010.Completely lined in genuine sheepskin, this fashionable tall boot will keep you extremely warm and stylish. The Women's Adirondack Tall comes with removable/replaceable genuine sheepskin insoles as an added feature. The estate can house 50 guests, and includes a 12,000-square-foot spa and aquatic center.
Laurence Graff:The London jeweler paid $46 million at a Sotheby's auction in November for the most expensive gem ever sold:Perfect for snowy, wet conditions- the Women's Adirondack Boot II features a waterproof full grain leather upper with a breathable eVent membrane. a rare 24.78-carat pink diamond.An exclusive Vibram outsole provides durability and traction. Completely lined in genuine sheepskin, this functional calf-height boot will keep you extremely comfortable and warm. He's since renamed the emerald-cut stone "The Graff Pink."The Adirondack Boot II comes with removable/replaceable genuine sheepskin insoles as an added feature.
Carlos Slim:The world's richest man and his business partners paid $44 million for an eight-story Beaux-Arts style mansion across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art on New York's Fifth Avenue;An update to a familiar silhouette, the Women's Brooks Short features soft, rich leather and suede uppers. Slim says it's an investment not a new home for him. The previous owner was real estate mogul Tamir Sapir, who ran into money problems.A molded rubber outsole offers both durability and comfort, perfect for the Fall.
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