Chanel Quilted bag

Priced at 2350 €, this strass embroidered - Quilted bag from the house of Chanel is for the Cruise 2007 season. The striped denim bag features white Rhodoid.

Chanel Joaillerie Camélia

Chanel Joaillerie's Camélia brooch in 18 carat white gold features 889 diamonds totaling 47 carats, with a central 2,5 carat diamond , and 218 black diamonds totaling 4,71 carats.

2008 Victory Vision

Minnesota-based Victory' new Vision is touted as "the most progressive American luxury-touring bike ever built."

Victory says the Vision Street is meant for a rider who does occasional long-distance trips but rides primarily solo. The company claims the Street "defines 21st-century cool."

Meanwhile, the Vision Tour is intended for riders who make frequent long-distance trips and usually have someone along for the ride. It's for a person who "values traveling in style and comfort with every luxury-touring amenity."

Louis Vuitton's Flower brooch

Priced at 160 Euro, Louis Vuitton's Flower brooch in silver is perfect for the dandy

Gold Tiles by Steuler

Steuler Fliesen offers Gold Tiles for a luxurious looking bathroom.

With this new avant-garde collection of gilded wall and floor tiles, Steuler is focusing on people who love eye-catching interiors and aesthetics and the design-orientated who have an above-average need for prestigious living.

Bentley Hooks Up With Vivienne Westwood

Bentley has joined forces with English designer Vivienne Westwood to celebrate Milan Fashion Week,

The Milan event will be highlighted by a bright yellow 1992 Bentley Continental convertible that will be shown off in front of the Palazzo Reale.

maxx chair series by artifort

designed by toine van den heuvel in 2006, artifort's maxx chair series is elegant and functional. the chair is made of foamed nosag springs.

Cartier $250 million collection

Cartier has put on sale its largest ever high jewelry collection worth $250 million.

The jewelery king hosted a four-day launch party for 400 top clients, in a maharaja's palace themed London townhouse with rose petals.

"We decided really to prove we are the king of jewelers and the jeweler of kings," Cartier Chief Executive Bernard Fornas told Reuters while handling necklaces heavy with emeralds and rubies and diamonds as big as American quarter dollars.