Get Up to 77% Off Luxury Watches, Glasses and More in the Jomashop Easter Sale

If you’ve ever dreamed of owning brands like Breitling and Montblanc but figured they were out of reach, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. Jomashop is having a huge sale on a remarkable selection of watches and accessories through April 19 only, with markdowns up to 77 percent off.

From classic task watches to luxury timepieces, get over to Jomashop right now and take advantage of these amazing deals. You can also finance your purchase with Affirm and get a monthly payment that’s totally manageable. And for a timepiece that you’ll be proud to show off for the rest of your life, maybe even pass on to your kids? It might be a bargain you can’t afford to resist.

All Jomashop watches come with a warranty. And Jomashop understands this is a high-end purchase that you’re going to want to appreciate immediately. So the company offers free next-day air delivery on orders over $ 1,000. Just use the code FREENDA. (For orders under $ 1K, you can get the same next-day treatment for $ 25 with the same code.)

Jomashop has been in the retail and wholesale trade of luxury goods such as watches, fine writing instruments, accessories, crystal, and gift items for well over 25 years. It’s an established company that you can trust. To Jomashop this means providing a combination of competitive pricing, honest and reliable customer service 24/7/365, and a state-of-the-art, New York City-based fulfillment center capable of delivering products all around the world.

Get It: Check out all the great deals at the Jomashop Easter Sale today

Breitling Transocean Unitime Pilot 55% OFF

We love a dress watch that’s a bit sporty, and vice versa. A serious timepiece for the serious adventurer, it has a 46 mm. stainless steel case with fixed bezel that surrounds a black dial. Features include world time around the outer rim, three sub-dial chronos, luminescent hands and markers, a subtle Date display at 4:30, and Breitling calibre 05 automatic movement with a 70-hour power reserve. Model AB0510U6/BC26-439X-A20BASA.1.

Get It: Pick up the Breitling Transocean Chronograph Unitime Pilot for $ 4,995 (was $ 11,015) at Jomashop


Montblanc PIX Black Rollerball 27% OFF

The classic rollerball inspired by German Bauhaus architecture. It has a clean and modern silhouette, crafted in a black resin cap and barrel with platinum-coated trim and fittings. Make a statement.

Get It: Pick up the Montblanc PIX Black Rollerball Pen $ 190 (was $ 260) at Jomashop


Concord Impresario 71% OFF

This markdown is impossible to ignore. So is the timepiece: A flawless white mother of pearl dial with silver-tone hands and diamond hour markers is encased in silver-tone stainless steel. the 41 mm. case has astainless steel bezel and bracelet. Quartz movement. Sapphire crystal. Good heavens, it’s beautiful. Model 0320337.

Get It: Pick up this Concord Impresario Diamond Mother of Pearl Watch for $ 699 (was $ 2,400) at Jomashop



Breitling Avenger Blackbird 38% OFF

We love it: Breitling goes for rugged, and still manages to come out with a watch that’s drop-dead gorgeous. But the deal is impossible to ignore. A 48mm black titanium case with a rotating titanium bezel cradles black dial with luminous hands. 1/100th second markers surround the outer rim. It’s got automatic movement with a 42 hour power reserve, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and a screw locked crown with two gaskets. And it’s a worker: water resistant at 300 meters / 1000 feet. Model: V1731010-BD12-100W-M20BASA.1

BONUS: Take an extra $ 700 off with the code MMBT700.

Get it: Pick up the Breitling Avenger Blackbird for $ 3,175 (was $ 5,105) at Jomashop


Montblanc Dark Havana Eyeglasses 74% OFF

Montblanc is more than just pens. These stylish specs are ready for your prescription lenses. They feature gold accents on the arms and a deep lustrous finish.

Get It: Pick Up Montblanc Dark Havana Eyeglasses for $ 100 (was $ 385) at Jomashop


Emporio Armani Classic 49% OFF

Classy but casual, this watch has a black-plated 41 mm. stainless steel case with fixed black-plated bezel and black leather strap. The dial is also black, with gunmetal hands and index markers. It has quartz movement and a scratch resistant mineral crystal. Water resistant at 30 meters/100 feet. Model AR1732.

Get It: Pick up the Emporio Armani Classic Black Dial Watch for $ 100 (was $ 195) at Jomashop



Breitling Chronomat Colt 28% OFF

We can’t resist a Breitling. This gorgeous piece features a 44 mm stainless steel case with a rotating stainless steel bezel. The blue dial with luminous silver-tone hands adds flair, and the stainless bracelet has a foldover clasp. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal has a screw-down crown; solid round case back. Water resistant at 200 meters. Features Breitling calibre 17 automatic movement. Model A17388101C1A1.

Bonus: Take an extra $ 300 off with code BT300.

Get It: Pick up this Breitling Chronomat Colt for $ 2,595 (was $ 3,620) at Jomashop




Montblanc Sartorial Leather Wallet 40% OFF

A Montblanc wallet from the Sartorial collection, crafted in full grain black leather. This wallet features six card slots, two compartments for cash, and two additional pockets. Also available in grey and indigo. 11 x 9 cm.

Get It: Pick up the Montblanc Sartorial Black Leather Wallet for $ 189 (was $ 315) at Jomashop


Armani Exchange Champagne 46% OFF

Opulence in effect. A|X delivers a 48 mm. gold ion-plated stainless steel case and bracelet, with a fixed ion-plated bezel. The deep-set champagne dial features luminous hands and index hour markers with minute markers around the outer rim. The three sub-dial chronograph displays 60 second, 60 minute, and 24 hour. Model AX1504.

Get It: Pick up the Armani Exchange Champagne Dial Chronograph for $ 135 (was $ 250) at Jomashop


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From fashion to fintech, American fashion designer Alvin Valley partners with HauteLook cofounder Carlota Espinosa and Oracle-acquired founder Damion Hankejh to integrate OnApproval — the “first luxury payment service system” with Uphold in early January.
Having launched in 2015, Uphold serves more than 184 countries to deliver 30-plus currency types including traditional forms and cryptocurrency. Since its launch, it has powered more than $ 4 billion in U.S. transactions while offering “frictionless foreign exchange for merchants and members around the world.”
The partnership anticipates the formal launch of OnApproval, and it allows its members to “pull goods before paying — providing an in-store shopping experience at home” — by partnering as the alpha merchant with Uphold, the “Internet bank of money,” to onboard 1 million OnApproval members.
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“I can remember the exact moment I decided to start the company.” Hamilton Powell is talking about the brand he founded, Crown & Caliber, a site built for luxury watch enthusiasts looking for a timepiece that gets inspected, maintained, and resold by a team of experts based in Atlanta.

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“One day I had lunch with a friend of mine named Jay who decided to sell his watch to a local jewelry store after unsuccessfully trying to sell it online,” he tells Men’s Journal. “And then two weeks later he went there to buy something for his wife and saw it for sale for almost double what he was offered.

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“And at that exact moment that’s when I realized that there should be a better way for individuals to transact in this secondary watch market.”

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PARIS — Rihanna is getting ready for her next act in fashion, and with the world’s largest luxury group as her partner, WWD has learned.
According to multiple sources, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and the music sensation have been in secret discussions to launch a luxury house under her name. That would make it the first fashion brand industry titan Bernard Arnault has launched from scratch since Christian Lacroix in 1987.
LVMH has already handpicked a clutch of employees from within, including some from Louis Vuitton and Celine, to work on the project in tandem with Rihanna and some of her key associates, sources said.
Details about the launch and its timing could not immediately be learned. LVMH officials declined comment Wednesday.
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Ermenegildo Zegna is expanding its reach in China.
The luxury Italian men’s wear brand has opened a digital “flagship” on Tmall Luxury Pavilion in a move that marks Zegna’s first online offering in the market outside of its own e-commerce site.
Zegna was one of the first luxury-goods brands to enter China with the opening of its first store in Beijing in 1991. The country now represents about half of its overall business. At the WWD CEO Summit in October, chief executive officer Ermenegildo Zegna, said: “We used to test new things in this market [the U.S.], but now we test them in China, and if it works, then we bring them around the world. [The Chinese customer] is so alive and he wants continuous innovation — probably because he’s younger and he has more time to shop.”
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And toast may be an understatement. The breakfast consisted of house salmon tower, grapefruit cocktail, blueberry pancakes, cheese blintzes, scrambled eggs, sausage and avocado. And plenty of bagels — giving journalists and influencers enough sustenance to power through the first day of fashion week.
Founded last year by Patrick Herning, 11 Honoré is the first retailer of its kind to offer a selection of luxury and designer ready-to-wear from sizes 10 to 24. By partnering with designers, the site offers resources they need, such as fit technology, graders and fit models to produce in extended sizing. Many of the brands have never offered their clothing in plus sizes before, and their patternmakers might not be comfortable with it, nor have the resources. The styles are the same as in straight sizes.
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Mr Porter Debuts Luxury Watch Destination as YNAP Continues Hard Luxury Push

ON TIME: Earlier this year, Net-a-porter opened an online Fine Jewelry Suite. Now it’s Mr Porter’s turn with the debut of The Luxury Watch Guide, which aims to complement the site’s growing watch selection.
Mr Porter has so far partnered with the likes of IWC Schaffhausen, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Breitling, Tag Heuer and Officine Panerai to build a luxury watch offer on its site. As parent Compagnie Financière Richemont finalizes its purchase of Yoox Net-a-porter Group, the selection is likely to grow given Richemont’s digital ambitions and its continued investment in the high-end watch market.
Last week, Richemont revealed the purchase of Limited, a purveyor of pre-owned watches online and through seven bricks-and-mortar stores. It marks Richemont’s first foray into the pre-owned luxury watch market.
The Mr Porter guide is said to offer “curated content, educational features and style advice” in order to guide customers to make the best selection of a luxury timepiece online.

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“This was a natural next step in our continued growth of the category and not only delivers an engaging platform for both novice and enthusiast watch customers, but also allows us to better serve and inspire them,” said Toby Bateman, managing director at Mr

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BEIJING–Malaysian police have confiscated five trucks-worth of designer handbags, jewelry, watches, cash and other valuables in a corruption and money-laundering investigation into the country’s former prime minister, Najib Razak.
The raids carried out in the early hours of Friday morning yielded 284 designer handbags, many of which appear to be Hermes Birkin bags, according to local media reports.

The boxes were carefully labeled according to model, color and material. 

Rosmah Mansor, Razak’s wife, is known for her love of Birkins. It’s a discovery that recalls Imelda Marcos when a corruption investigation revealed the then Phillippines’ first lady owned more than 3,000 designer shoes.
Many orange boxes were labeled with pictures of different Birkin bags and had accompanying descriptions for the material and color. One read “blue with diamante crocodile skin”.

Speaking to the Singaporean paper, Amar Singh, Malaysian director of police commercial crime investigations, said, “The total sum worth of items cannot be ascertained now. We’ll be counting and will know by tomorrow.”
He also added: “The number of jewellery is rather big.”
Razak, who served as prime minister from 2009 to 2018, is under investigation by at least six countries for embezzling money–$ 4.5 billion according to U.S. investigators–from the sovereign state fund 1MDB.

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Arnault, whose father is LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton chairman and chief executive Bernard Arnault, rose to cochief executive of Rimowa last year after it was announced the upscale German luggage maker had sold a majority stake to the French conglomerate. The deal made Rimowa the first German maison to enter the LVMH portfolio and ushered in a new direction of sorts with Arnault now helming the business — which counts 150 stores, 13 of which are in the U.S. — and evolving a brand founded in 1898 for the digital age.
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“Indeed it is the first time that we’ve actually done a pop-up and the thinking behind it was really to do something fun, new and exciting compared to what we have in our retail network, which is sometimes a

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“Getting this exclusive upcycled BYT and Barneys collection, which comes with so much heart and hope for better, into one of the world’s most respected department stores talks loudly about how fashion, which has always been a reflection of our times, is changing. For me, it speaks of big changes that are already happening within consumers’ wants and wardrobes around the world,” she said.
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OPEN CALL: Walpole has opened nominations for the 16th edition of its 2017 British Luxury Awards, to be held at London’s Dorchester hotel on Nov. 20. The industry event showcases British luxury brands’ craftsmanship, design and innovation with nominations open until Sept. 8.
Categories will include cultural experience, British luxury brand of the year, maker of the year, luxury with a heart, commitment to British manufacturing, excellence in exporting British luxury, digital, innovation and creativity, brands of tomorrow award for emerging talent, leader in luxury, international luxury brand of the year and lifetime achievement.
The judging panel is comprised of names including Michael Ward, Helen Brocklebank, Gillian de Bono, Hannah Rothschild and Stefan Sielaff.
Last year Ralph & Russo won for outstanding achievement, while Charlotte Tilbury scooped up brand of the year. Anya Hindmarch was awarded for digital innovation while Burberry was named champion of luxury sustainability.
Walpole is a not-for-profit organization that aims to protect and promote British luxury brands at home and abroad with members including Burberry, Alexander McQueen, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Harrods and Jimmy Choo.

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At What Price Luxury? On the Hunt for Fast, Fake Fashion in Tbilisi, Georgia

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It’s a gray day in Tbilisi, Georgia, where I am outside of a Dunkin’ Donuts with photographer Tamuna Karumidze and musician Natalie “Tusia” Beridze. Though the air is thick with fog and we are still waking up, there is a shared flicker of excitement to the proceedings: We’re going to Lilo Plaza, a bazaar located on the outskirts of the city. The outdoor shopping center is the ultimate destination for all-things-knockoff, as well as a still-standing symbol of the pursuit of logo-ed luxury goods that saturated the post–Soviet Union in the early ’90s, when the free market filtered in and the ex-USSR was flooded with imported counterfeit designer garb from countries like Turkey and China. It’s the same intoxicated vision of throwback consumerism that runs rampant through today’s red-hot collections from the likes of Gosha Rubchinskiy and Demna Gvasalia of Vetements (and now Balenciaga), who are from Russia and Georgia, respectively, and who are prone to riffing on the ubiquitous logos or the ill-fitting awkwardness of bin-plucked pieces from the era. And just outside of Tbilisi, the bazaar’s little frigid shanties are still stocked with the same fake merchandise and inexpensively crafted paraphernalia of the early ’90s that, in a chic and shinier form, are now dotting runways. It’s the mecca of cheap and tongue in cheek—and we’re ready to make the pilgrimage. We hail a cab, and 20 minutes later we’re there.

Upon approach, it’s clear that Lilo Plaza’s massive marketplace is actually a mass of sheet-metal lean-tos, intersected by weaving dirt paths filled with furry-browed Azeri men in puffer jackets who chew on wet cigarettes, the piled-up sacks of recent shipments, and elderly women who tug along heavy carts of coffee and call out “khachapuri,” the name of the cheesy baked bread that’s a local delicacy. We enter the first section of stalls, where Enya is playing from a booth filled with only radios, to find a mix of household supplies and women’s accessories: Belts and lamps hang near bedsheets, shower nozzles, briefcases, a box of red slippers that say “sport,” and pocket knives. The three of us are giddy in this near-claustrophobic mass barrage of stuff: There’s a wave of BOGO impulse, and I suddenly want to snap up a sink spout and light switch, just because they’re there and they’re so cheap. But off we go: We peer into a hutch selling only wallets slathered in rhinestones or in shiny, printed snakeskin that is already shedding; around the corner is a booth that contains only corded house phones and digital clocks, where the only indicator that we are in 2015 is a LED sign that reads “Internet.” Further down, we reach an area filled with bloated stuffed animals dyed in saccharine shades of baby pink and lilac. Tusia looks at the toys and mentions she may want to buy a pair of tights for her 2-year-old daughter. We’re off to the clothing section.

The apparel area is the cheerful pinnacle of bad taste: A strung-out logomania haven where children-size dolls are dressed in sequined mini  “Chanel” tracksuits and hung by their hair from the ceiling and headless mannequins adorn the entrance nearby in sweatshirts by “Tommy Hilfiger” and “Nike.” The quality of the pieces is about what you’d expect for the price range, which means they feel like they might fall apart if exposed to the elements, and their design seems to be inspired less by any actual high fashion or runway references and more a rough approximation of luxury, where everything expensive is shiny, sparkly, or covered in (faux) fur. In the name of investigative reporting, I buy a pure white mock-neck sweater emblazoned with a black “Chanel” logo in the middle of the chest for 40 lari, or a little more than 16 American dollars. Against my better judgment, and likely to the chagrin of the Chanel legal department, I’m slightly elated with this painfully fake purchase: I don’t feel bad about the counterfeit couture, because it seems so entirely obvious that no one would think for even half a second that this was real. It feels a little like an in-joke, but I’m not entirely sure at whose expense. The storekeeper tells me in Russian that it “fits super” and tries to sell me a shirt that is plastered with an illustration of a model in a leopard-print dress and the phrase “Miss Vog’ue.” I catch up with Tamuna, who is photographing Tusia in a boxy top emblazoned in the “Moschino” logo that’s not that far off from some of Jeremy Scott’s recent runway hits.

We stop for a cup of sugar-drizzled Turkish coffee and make our way over to the footwear section, where we poke and prod the floral-print platform boots whose rubber soles reek of chemicals and find some sneakers that have “Adidas” misspelled on their tongues. I strike a pose next to a rack of rubber children’s “Gucci” boots in my new “Chanel” shirt, one of many Westernized bullies who have made fun of the easy-access fakes here today. And then Tusia spots a pair of woven gray and black sneakers on the wall. “Oh, my God—Yeezys!” she screams in Georgian at the pair of imitation Yeezy Boost 350s. “I was looking online; they are like 600 dollars!” There are no more knockoff jokes. We head to an ATM and return with a stack of 80 laris, around 30 American dollars. Tusia slips the bootleg Yeezys onto her feet and smiles, and for a moment, they almost look real.

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MILAN – The Expo 2015 hosted by Italy’s fashion capital Milan is not the only attraction appealing to international tourists and visitors.
A press conference here Thursday titled, “Luxury Tourism during Expo,” organized by Global Blue in collaboration with Prima Classe Italia, explored the dynamics of top spending nationalities during Expo.
Since April, Global Blue, which specializes in services and tax-free shopping for foreign visitors,  measured the visitor flow and purchasing dynamics in its Italian lounge, located in the heart of the fashion district, in via della Spiga.
“We note that one of the main levers to capture the attention of international tourists when they visit a country is the focus of high-level hospitality able to intercept most of their needs,” said Antonella Bertossi, marketing sales manager of Global Blue Italia.
According to Bertossi, Milan has worked hard in that direction in recent months and has attracted mainly Asian tourists (39 percent), led by the Chinese, who showed interest in the services of the Italian lounge, followed by Russian customers (22 percent) and American visitors (11 percent).
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When Jessica Chastain is the first to step out in one of your designs, it’s clear your shoes are a work of art. Here, the single sole stiletto designer shares which celeb he hopes will wear his shoes next.

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How Apple Plans to Take On the Luxury Watch Sector

Will the tech giant’s lastest device be able to compete against high-end mechanical watches that have stood the test of time? Style

10 Times Luxury Brands Swagger Jacked Classic Sneakers [Photos]

As Nas once said, “No idea’s original, there’s nothing new under the sun.” That idea, in some ways, rings true in fashion — especially in the increasingly popular luxury sneaker game.

After noticing that the upcoming adidas Yeezy 350 Boosts bear an uncanny resemblance to a shoe the company Kanye West previously worked with creates, Hip-Hop Wired decided list it and a bevy of other kicks with swagger jacked designs. Hit the jump for more.

Photo: Saint Laurent Paris

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London’s Victoria & Albert Museum to Spotlight Luxury in Spring Show

The exhibition, which is called “What is Luxury?” opens April 25.

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London’s Victoria & Albert Museum to Spotlight Luxury in Spring Show

The exhibition, which is called “What is Luxury?” opens April 25.

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Luxury, Mary J. Rydes

Check out the oversize smile on Luxury’s face! It’s because she’s here to get banged by a woman, and there’s nothing better for her! This curvy dark starlet is ready to go, but before they bring in the diva that’s about to thrill her pussy, she gets naked for the camera and plays with her humongous brown tits. Obviously Mary J. Rydes likes what she sees, because her muff is wet juicy when Luxury bends her over to investigate. She dives in tongue first and licks up her juices before plunging a rubber cock inside her pussy. She got her own cooter banged with her strap-on, as she came all over that dildo while riding it.

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Defining Luxury

Luxury is a word that gets thrown around a lot these days. It’s used to describe anything from rustic wilderness retreats to cars. It’s used by working moms when speaking of Saturday morning breakfasts with family, by authors who are able to make time to finally begin their next novel. It’s used by branders and marketers to sell products, by designers to sell an image or an idea. The capricious nature of our society results in the definition of luxury undergoing constant flux, leaving much room for interpretation. Such interpretation depends as much on one’s current circumstance as it does on society’s current fascinations.

What’s sumptuous for some is comfortable for others — a delicacy as opposed to a necessity.

When thinking of luxury in the broad sense, we conjure images of the unattainable: a private jet, a suite at the Ritz, or something as brazen as a Bentley, all of which serve as standard symbols of luxury and it’s inherent opulence. It typically evokes a Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous type of sensibility that’s superior and unpublicized. It’s likened to a hidden gem or a secret society of wealth and power that commands unparalleled levels of service and living standards in every facet of life. An every day, run of the mill existence will never be included in the thought or implementation of luxury. To do so, in fact, is it’s antithesis.

As a society, we’re looking for ways to experience our own, perhaps unconventional, versions of luxury. We’re taking the very idea of something out of the ordinary, the opposite of mundane or routine or widely accessible, and burnishing it with our own one-of-a-kind stamp. Centuries past saw more clear divisions of wealth and class, but today’s world of modern technology has made even the most special items readily available with the click of a mouse (and an Amex, of course). Women who had no idea what an Hermes Birkin was in years past can now troll eBay, put in a bid, and negotiate free shipping to their doorstep. This melding of convenience with rarity has broken the barrier between the us versus them idea once behind luxurious living. Websites like Net-a-Porter or Scott Dunn Travel exemplify the luxury-to-the-masses credo. In keeping prices for goods or services rendered at the level of luxury and wrapping them in a widely accessible presentation such as a website, we’re lead to believe such enrichments are accessible to everyone. Of course, this can be interpreted as the materialistic motivator that has driven our society into massive credit card debt and widespread unhappiness, which could explain why re-defining luxury has become a pressing focus.

Of course luxury is most often portrayed as tangible objects. But that is also changing. More and more we hear and feel that time is a luxury, and that is, of course, the irony. We work longer and harder to be able to give ourselves and our loved ones (and, in my case, my dog) our own versions of a luxurious lifestyle through things such as private school, designer clothes, or days at the spa. We’re always in battle with time, trying to control or manage down to the last minute in order to get or make more of it. We wouldn’t go to those extents if it weren’t valuable. Most would say it’s entirely elusive of a price tag, yet what’s the saying? Time is money. So where does that leave those seeking the luxury of a Saturday morning breakfast with family?

This harder, faster, stronger mentality leaves little room for relaxation, arguably the biggest luxury of all.

To be free of stress and worry escapes us, even when given the chance to let everything go and breath deeply, we succumb to our mobile devices and continue to let in the noise. So is luxury being able to answer an important email at any time of day? Or is it being able to turn off electronics and forget you know what email is, even for a short, hour-long yoga class?

Luxury will always have a champagne and caviar connotation, steeped in the roots of kings and empires and their unmatched existence. However, despite our yearly income, we have the ability to make smaller things a luxury in our own right. A cashmere blanket and a cup of tea can fill a craving for luxury when a Caribbean vacation is out of reach. We can order personalized stationary, or carve out time to cook pancakes with our friends or family whenever we wish. It boils down to the desire to feel as though our lives are worth something, that we are special and rare, and deserve to live in luxury if only for a seemingly transitory moment. But a luxurious life is always within our grasp; it comes from what we make of it.
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