Petra Ecclestone (daughter of British billionaire and Formula One bigwig Bernie Ecclestone) is getting married in August, and hopefully she's registered for a crapload of furniture: She's buying the famous mansion the Spellings built, the largest home in Los Angeles County. The 57,000-square foot Manor has 14 bedrooms…
New York City's Trinity School is America's number one prep school. The institution is 300 years old, and, like most tony private schools, likes to keep any scandals, squabbles or controversies private. But as Nick Summers writes for The Daily Beast, the administration is facing an embarrassingly public dispute.
Last night's episode of Millionaire Matchmaker featured a plus-size publicist named Robin. She's worth $1.7 million and in search of a Matthew McConaughey type. What happened to her was painful.
Sorry, it's actually l'Hélicoptère par Hermès. Price: $10 million. It shuttles between downtown Tokyo and Narita airport for $700. One way. First or business class travelers might be able to ride for free. Scarf not included.
Though he's never been one to embrace subtlety, Roberto Cavalli's show in Milan today was a bit muted. But pale colors aren't boring when you're taking about shredded nightgowns and sheer pants held together by string.
How would you travel if money were no object? Perhaps, like Beyoncé and Jay-Z, you'd rent a 180-foot, Italian-made Benetti Luxury yacht that goes for $377,000… a week. Worth it? Let's take a look.
According to Vanity Fair, this year's list has an "eclectic feel." Sure, okay, you can call it that when you include individuals like the flamboyant Lady Gaga and the dapper-yet-conservative Brian Williams. But not just anyone can make the list.
The thing that makes the Wall Street Journal the highlight of my morning is that its meagerly-compensated, unionized reporters have to spend all their time around rich people and they just hate them so fucking much. But then, as reporters, they have to be "objective," so basically they air their grievances with the…
What's worse than those rich globetrotting socialites who own numerous usually-empty gigantic apartments in world metropolises and probably actually relate to the "parenting" stories in Vogue? Um, apparently the people they get to sit their houses, according to New York Times story today about film producer Joyce…