Black Friday Deals

Forbes complies a list of some of the high-end stores offeing deals tomorrow.

High-end retailers--including electronics makers Bose , clothiers like Brooks Brothers & Neiman Marcus --are offering select Black Friday, discounts, some up to 40% off current merchandise.

While there may not be many 75% off sales, there will be special promotions for shoppers looking for price breaks.

"The 'big sales' will only happen if business is off and inventory is building," says Marshal Cohen, chief retail industry analyst at market research firm NPD Group. "But regardless, there will be bargains to be had, and the affluent customer will be around to take advantage of them."

Lanvin Patent leather square toe knee boot

Lanvin's Patent leather square toe knee boot with stacked wood platform toe is available online at Barney's for $1,730.00. . Features include 115mm thin square heel, 14.5" shaft, full side zip and triple velcro® straps at top of shaft, leather sole and leather upper. Available in Black.

Chloe Embellished mini dress

As seen on the runway, this Chloe Embellished mini dress is intricately feminine and will look fabulous toughened up with biker boots writes net-a-porter. ChloƩ dress has vinyl edging, a round neck with self-tie fastening on back, a pocket on each hip, is fully lined and simply slips on.


Isharya Large filigree cuff

Plated in 18k gold this pretty, ornate jewelry style is a great gift idea. The Isharya cuff has an ornate pattern in the middle with a thin solid trim and gap to slip onto wrist. $240.00

Philosophy Hope in a Jar

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Tiger Woods flattens his Florida estate

Tiger Woods has bulldozed virtually everything on his Florida waterfront estate to make way for an executive "mega home", just two years after buying the £23 million estate

The existing 13-year-old mansion has gone, as have three other large houses, two swimming pools, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts and a mini-golf course on the estate on Jupiter Island.

Woods's architects have drawn up plans for a 10,000 sq ft, two-storey house.

A glass lift runs from the grand entrance to the first floor where there will be three bedrooms and a master suite with his-and-her bathrooms.

A basement will house a large wine cellar and possibly a cinema and games area.

Adjoining the house, which features huge windows, will be four other new buildings, including a boat house, golf training studio, three-car garage and guest house.

Outside, there will be a tennis court, gym, pool, lap lane and a small golf course. A pair of boat docks will provide a berth for Woods's 155ft, £10 million yacht, Privacy.

Largest New Jersey Condo Conversion Goes Full Service

The Peninsula at City Place, the New Jersey Gold Coast's largest, $100 million condo conversion, is now full-service, thanks to the completion of three sleek lobbies and a 2,000-square-foot residents' lounge equipped with a billiards table, wet bar and full kitchen reports housing news

"The Peninsula at City Place is a hip yet luxurious development where residents can truly live, work and play,” says Jamie Anthony, project and asset manager for Savanna Partners.

In addition to the opening of The Peninsula's public spaces, the building, developed by Savanna Partners and Investcorp, now has a 24-hour concierge and free resident shuttle to the ferry to New York. The building also has elected a condo association board.

GM Chevrolet Volt due by end-2010

General Motors Corp plans to launch its electric car, the Chevrolet Volt, by the end of 2010 , Reuters reports.

GM's Bob Lutz said employees working on the Volt "are becoming increasingly nervous," as the race to bring a mass-market, rechargeable electric vehicle to the market heats up.

"There is a lot of skepticism within the company about the timeline," Lutz said at the Reuters Autos Summit in Detroit. "People are biting their nails, but those of us in a leadership position have said it has to be done."

Lutz said the Volt plug-in hybrid -- which GM plans to road-test early next year and produce by late 2010 -- is crucial to GM's efforts to snag the environmental technology crown from Japanese rival Toyota Motor Corp.