The Top 15 High Class Airline Cabins of All Time

15. Lufthansa First Class

Lufthansa First Class

Flyers can relax in comfortable seats or extend these into 6’6 comfortable beds. Passengers can enjoy personalized entertainment screens, or enjoy meals from award winning chefs. This airline offers a wine program, Vinothek, which is constantly being updated with newer and better options by famous Master of Wine, Markus Del Monego. (The Richest)

14. British Airways First Class

British Airways First Class

British Airways provides passengers their own private and spacious suite, a comfortable adjustable seat that becomes a fully flat bed with a mattress, duvet and a complimentary pair of pajamas. Flyers can enjoy a facial or full body relaxation massage in any of British Airways’ first class lounges around the world, or a light massage on some unique flights. Their menu choices include three full meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), as well as the option to order additional choices. (The Richest)

13. Oman Air First Class

Oman Air First Class

Oman Air offers passengers lie-flat seats, direct aisle access and a la carte dining for every passenger flying first class. Their first class cabin area includes an elegant lounge, and only six seats, offering their passengers maximum privacy and the feel of an exclusive private jet. Their 25.5′ wide seats feature a built in massage system, allowing customers to relax, whether they’re enjoying any of a wide selection of movies, or to sleep on their reclined seats. Their customers have the option of enjoy caviar appetizers, as well as a choice of Arabic inspired gourmet meals, or to choose a glass of champagne or wine from their extensive wine cellar.(The Richest)

12. Korean Air Kosmo Suite

Korean Air Kosmo Suite

Korean Air’s first class feature adjustable seating with an extendable footrest, confined within individual office spaces with personal screens. For flyers looking to rest, the 26.5′ wide seat can be adjusted to become 5.9′ wider, and be stretched out into a 79′ long one-piece seat mattress that ensures maximum comfort during sleep on long flights. A unique feature to this airline is the option of passengers getting unique views of the outside sky on their personal monitors, allowing them to track their journey.(The Richest)

11. Transaero Imperial Class

Transaero Imperial Class

First class passengers have access to a private driver to and from a select number of airports around the world, as well as access to a guide to the airport and airline prior to them boarding their flights. In regards to boarding flights, their passengers are chauffeured directly to their plane, bypassing horrible check-in lines that the rest of us have to contend with.(The Richest)

10. Thai Royal First

Thai Royal First

Upon boarding the plane, passengers receive welcome champagnes, tropical juices or Thai Royal’s signature ‘Violet Breeze’, which is a blend of chilled lime juice and pressed Thai butterfly-pea blossoms. They are then seated in comfortable seat-office-beds, which can be adjusted for work, relaxation or sleep, and reclined to become an 180 degree flat bed. For resting times, flyers receive soft blankets and pillows to lull them to sleep. When it comes to on-flight food offerings, Thai Airways have some of the freshest, most flavorful meals around, offering their passengers multi-course meals inspired by gourmet Thai cuisine. For entertainment, the airline has over 100 movie options for their passengers to enjoy while they spend their time relaxing in a luxurious home in the sky.(The Richest)

9. American Airlines Flagship

American Airlines Flagship

Flyers sit in adjustable 6’6 seats that are the only swivel seats in the industry, allowing for easier face-to-face interaction between passengers. When tired, passengers can take advantage of the seats lie-down feature, which turn them into comfortable sleeping arrangements.(The Richest)

8. JetBlue Mint

JetBlue Mint - Front Row. (PRNewsFoto/JetBlue Airways)
JetBlue Mint

Their customers can enjoy free in-flight wifi, and over 100 channels available of interactive 15″ video screens. For their in-flight meals, they’ve partnered with famous New York based restaurant Saxon + Parole to create unique menus, created fresh daily. Better than their meals are their snack selections from Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, A Colicchio Discovery, and ice cream from Blue Marble Ice Cream. All first class customers receive a complimentary care package from Birchbox and some snacks for their journey.(The Richest)

7. Air France

Air France

Featuring simplicity and focusing on elegance, the airline offers loads of storage, hotel-quality bedding units, and most importantly only allows 4 – 9 passengers for the entire section of the plane, offering plenty of privacy for its guests. Using side-by-side recliners that can be folded into beds, the focus of the experience is on relaxation and on taking a break from work. Featuring chef inspired meals and a wine list that is updated every 2 months.(The Richest)

6. Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic

For those looking for a great place to focus on work, Virgin’s cabins offer great working stations, with a roomy table and laptop storage space in every suite. Or for passengers who have the time to relax on their flight, Virgin features individual 10.4” TVs in every suite, with an offering of over 300 movies! Not to be outdone when it comes to the dining experience, Virgin Air have partnered with celebrity chef Lorraine Pascale, to create a unique dining experience for their passengers. Virgin offers the widest seats at 22″ and can be stretched to become some of the roomiest beds out of any airline, allowing their passengers to enjoy a comfortable sleep in their 33″ wide and 6’6 long, fully flat beds.(The Richest)

5. Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways

Passengers have the option of relaxing in a flat bed, or reclining in their comfortable seats to enjoy a multitude of entertainment options. A ten-course meal is served on this airline, inspired by two Celebrity Chefs, and featuring such delicacies as caviar, lobster and various gourmet food options. Customers can choose from an extensive fine wine list or various liqueurs and champagne while aboard this flight. Upon parting, they receive a Giorgio Armani gift set to enjoy on their journey.(The Richest)

4. ANA First Square

ANA First Square

One of the most unique features of the ANA First Square’s first class cabin are their square office cubicle-like seats, which feature comfortable leather seats with seat controls (with the option to adjust them to upright, relaxed or fold down into a bed with one simple button), and a spacious working area. Unlike the typical peanuts pack snack common with the economy class, theirs includes a mixture of Prosciutto, plums stuffed with liver mousse and chicken jelly, cheese sticks and champagne. Their main course offerings include items such as caviar, sea urchin, abalone, prawns and a wide variety of fresh fish meals cooked by an in-flight chef. For sleep, customers receive a set of pajamas in blue ANA colors and a pair of slippers, and a duvet to make their bed more comfortable. Customers also receive a cardigan while in flight to ensure they won’t get cold(The Richest)

3. Emirates First Class Suites

Emirates First Class Suites

Emirates Airline offers both a common first class section, as well as private suites, complete with sliding doors and ambient lighting. Offering a la carte meals and a unique wine menu, Emirates also features an Onboard Lounge, where first class customers have the option of choosing from premium spirits, wines, champagne, cocktails and beers served by their in-flight bartender. One of the unique features of this airline is their Shower Spa, where flyers can shower and rejuvenate before they arrive at their destination. As a parting gift, their customers receive gift sets which includes Bvlgari toiletries and Timeless Spa products.(The Richest)

2. Etihad Diamond First

Etihad Diamond First

Featuring a private cabin or apartment, as well as private dining tables for their guests, customers flying first class on Etihad’s flights have access to a personal in-flight chef offering menus inspired by international fine dining cuisines. Their guests can enjoy a signature cognac service and the option to enjoy wines from a boutique wine list. For entertainment, Ethiad’s guests have access to over 750 hours of in-flight entertainment which can be enjoyed on individual 24″ TV sets, as well as mobile and internet access throughout the place. When it comes to downtime, Etihad’s attention to detail becomes evident: their customers are offered a night time beverage, earplugs, noise cancelling headphones, pillow mist, a personal set of lounge wear, as well as a grooming and care kit to use before they retire to their private space that features a ‘Do Not Disturb’ function (we assume this means no one is allowed into the space). (The Richest)

  1. Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines

Offering private cabins with sliding doors and window blinds, their customers can choose the level of privacy they prefer. The First Class seats were designed in partnership with BMW Group DesignworksUSA, offering seats with a 35″ width that become double beds when laid out, making them the most spacious airline seats around. Customers are welcomed aboard with Dom Perignon, a wide selection of magazines, and a welcome package of Givenchy perfume. Their in-flight entertainment includes personal 24″ LCD screens with touch screen interface, as well as Bose noise cancelling headphones. For their in-flight meal service, their customers have access to an International Culinary Panel of world-renowned chefs, and various ever changing wine lists. Customers have the option of using their Book the Cook feature, which allows them to order their customized meals 24 hours prior to their flight. The overall experience can set you back anywhere from $1000 to a whooping $23,000 for a flight from NYC to Singapore, so of course the experience would be unbelievable.(The Richest)

The 10 Most Richest Fashion Brands in the World

10. Levi Strauss & Co.

Worth: $4.67 billion

$4.67 billion – This jean label was invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in the 1870s. Now in 2015, jeans are still of one of the most popular clothing garments ever and the company is still going strong.

9. Coach, Inc 

Worth: $4.76 billion
Worth: $4.76 billion

$4.76 billion – Founded in 1941, which is signified in their horse and buggy logo. Coach is known for their sophistication and elegance.

8. Phillips-Van Heusen Corp

Worth: $6.04 billion
Worth: $6.04 billion

$6.04 billion – This company produces their own clothing but they are known for owning the brands Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein. Tommy Hilfiger bought this company for $3 billion than Calvin Klein was bought in 2002. This company provides neckties for DKNY and Ted Baker.

7. Estèe Lauder

Worth: $9.71 billion

$9.71 billion – Founded in 1946, this company has grew to become so big over time to own cosmetic lines like Bobbi Brown, Clinique, M.A.C and Jo Malone.

6. Richemont

Worth: $11.83 billion

$11.83 billion – Since the late 80’s this company has sold watches, jewelry, clothing and leather goods. Their successful subsidiaries are Cartier and Chloe.

5. Christian Dior

Worth: $11.91 billion
Worth: $11.91 billion

$11.91 billion – Christian Dior house was founded in 1946. They produce a variety of successful perfumes and cosmetics.

4. The Gap

Worth: $15.65 billion

$15.65 billion – Founded in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris F. Fisher, the GAP is still one of the most recognized brands ever. This company owns successful franchises like Banana Republic and Old Navy.

3. Kering

Worth: $15.65 billion
Worth: $15.65 billion

$15.65 billion – Founded in 1963, this fashion label has grown to own brands like Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Gucci and Stella McCartney. It also has a ‘Sport and Lifestyle’ division which includes Puma, Cobra Golf and Volcom.

2. H&M

Worth: $18.82 billion

$18.82 billion – This Swedish company was founded in 1947. The initials ‘H&M’ come from the word ‘Hennes’ (meaning ‘for her’ in Swedish) and Mauritz (the first name of the retailer who introduced a men’s range to the company in 1968).

1. LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton S.A

Worth: $37.14 billion
Worth: $37.14 billion

$37.14 billion – Created by the merger of Louis Vuitton and Moët Hennessy in 1987, their products range from clothing, jewelry, perfume, luggage to fancy wines. Its most famous subsidiary brand is Louis Vuitton and their famous bags

10 of the Most Expensive Dishes in the World

10. The Douche Burger: The Frankenstein of Burgers

Price: $666

Beyond it’s interesting name, this burger filled every stomach that has ever eaten it. Created by the 666 Burger food truck in New York City, they wanted to create a burger that mesmerized every truck passer. The creator told Bloomberg, “[It’s a] foie gras-stuffed Kobe patty covered in Gruyere cheese that’s been melted with champagne steam and topped with lobster, truffles, caviar, and a BBQ sauce made with Kopi Luwak coffee beans that have been pooped out by some sort of animal called the Asian palm civet. The whole thing is then served in a gold-leaf wrapper.”

9. Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata: The Best Omelet Under the Sea

Price: $1,000

Sold in New York, New York at the Le Parker Meridien on uptown’s 56th street, this dish it is made with six eggs, 10 ounces of exclusive sefruga caviar (it costs the restaurant $65 per ounce), an entire lobster, cream and chives. A smaller dish is sold for $100.

8. Sushi del Oriente: The Golden Sushi 

Price: $1,980

Introduced in Milan in 2010, this sushi roll includes wild saffron, foie gras (a delicacy banned in many nations) and sea cucumber. Topped with 12 Palawan pearls, four 0.2 karat diamonds and wrapped in gold leaf. However, this sushi is usually bought as a gift and not a delicacy.

7. Pizza Royale 007: The James Bond of Pizza

Price: $4,200

This 12-inch pizza is topped with lobster marinated in cognac, sun-blush tomato sauce, scottish smoked salmon, caviar soaked in champagne, prosciutto, venison medallions, vintage balsamic vinegar and sprinkled with 24-carat gold flakes that are edible.

6. AnQi Pho Soup: A Fancy Soup

Price: $5,000

Served at the Santa Monica’s Tiato restaurant, is made out of Wagyu beef, noodles from a rare blue lobster meat, foie gras broth, and white Alba truffles, the restaurant needs a 7-day lead time just to prepare.

5. “Pink Bite” Burger: Pink for Breast Cancer

Price: $7,000

Cooked by the Pink Caravan at Galleries Lafayette in Dubai Mall, this burger was auctioned off for a good cause and is not even loaded with major ingredients like the other food.

4. Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence: A Dessert for the Spa

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Price: $14,500

DUO restaurant at the Fortress Resort & Spa in Sri Lanka serves this dish adorned with an 80 karat Aquamarine stone, this gold leaf Italian cassata, with mango and pomegranate compote and Irish cream infused fruit, is topped with Dom Perignon champagne sabayon. To finish, a handmade chocolate carving in the shape of a stilt fisherman holding onto his stilts stands next to it.

3. The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate Ice Cream: The Quater Million Dollar Worth Frozen Dessert

Price: $25,000

Serendipity 3 and luxury jeweler Euphoria New York worked together to create this dessert. Made with 28 cocoas, which 14 of those are the world’s most expensive and exotic. The ice cream is infused with 5 grams of 23-karat gold and dished up in a goblet lined with edible gold. Around the goblet is an 18-karat gold bracelet decorated with 1-carat white diamonds. This masterpiece is topped with gold covered whipped cream and a La Madeline au Truffle from Knipschildt Chocolatier ($2,600 a pound). To eat the ice cream, a gold spoon which is decorated with white and chocolate-colored diamonds (that took three months to design) is presented.

2. Pudding: The Ultimate Chocolate Custard

Price: $34,531

Chef Marc Guibert’s in Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel designed this after a Faberge egg. This pudding is adorned in a gold leaf, champagne, caviar and a 2 karat diamond. It’s laced with edible gold, and layered with champagne jelly.

1. Strawberries Arnaud: Strawberries with a Diamond
$3. 95 Million

In New Orleans, Katy Casbarian partnered with MS Rau antiques to create a wedding dessert proposal package. The dessert is made up of strawberries served in a marinade of spices, citrus, red wine and port with vanilla ice cream. However, those strawberries aren’t what jacked up the price; a 7.09 karat pink diamond is provided.

Most Desired Luxury Items in America!

A national survey of a thousand people conducted by revealed America’s most desired luxury items.

Men and women differed in their choice of luxury items and how much they are willing to spend on them. The ultimate luxury item for men is a Rolls Royce and they were willing to spend $45,000 on a luxury item given the chance. Women preferred a personal chef and were only willing to spend $20,000 on an item.

Forty-three percent of surveyors said that they treat themselves to a luxury item more than twice a year. Twenty-five percent of surveyors have received a very lavish gift usually by their partner.

When debating the meaning of luxury, more than a third of surveyors believed that a luxury item was simply a status symbol. Nineteen percent of them believed that the items made them feel good and one in six believed they that are a sign of good quality material.

The CEO of Method Fitness, David Guzman, explained the allure of the luxury life, “Most folks just want a taste of what it feels like to be pampered, to be catered to, to feel important…We see these things in store windows and in magazines, worn by celebrities and the rich and famous in movies and on television. And despite dreaming, we think it’s not possible. But with hard work, many of these things are within our reach.”

Here are the survey’s top 10 lists:

For Men:

1. Rolls Royce

2. Rolex watch

3. Beachfront Home in Hawaii

4. Tiffany diamonds/jewelry

5. Bentley

6. Porsche

7. Mansion in Beverly Hills

8. Personal Chef

9. Personal driver

10. Cartier diamonds/watch/jewelry


For Women:

1. Personal Chef

2. Rolls Royce

3. Beachfront Home in Hawaii

4. Personal driver

5. Tiffany diamonds/jewelry

6. Rolex watch

7. Bentley

8. Mansion in Beverly Hills

9. Jaguar

10. Porsche


Top 20 Unlitmate Luxury Items

1. Rolls Royce

2. Personal Chef

3. Beachfront Home in Hawaii

4. Rolex watch

5. Tiffany diamonds/jewelry

6. Personal driver

7. Bentley

8. Mansion in Beverly Hills

9. Porsche

10. Jaguar

11. Cartier diamonds/watch/jewelry

12. Beachfront home/condo in Malibu

13. Home in the South of France

14. Louis Vuitton handbag/luggage

15. Personal trainer (in home or while traveling)

16. Prada bag/luggage

17. Any diamond

18. Harry Winston diamonds/jewelry

19. Louis Vuitton shoes

20. Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds/jewelry

Top 5 female CEO’s in the luxury brand market

The luxury brand industry has been dominated by men for a long time. In an industry full of males, these women thrive as CEO’s of some of the highest ranking luxury brands.


In 1913, Prada was founded in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan. The company was created by Mario Prada, the grandmother of Miuccia Prada. Miuccia is the current CEO of Prada. Miuccia Prada studied at the University of Milan, and took over the family-owned company in 1978. At the age of 65, she has a net worth $4.5 billion.


Created on August 19, 1883 Gabrielle Chanel has been creating fashion items and building the Chanel brand.  The company has grown from hats to perfumes to fashion, covering almost everything the luxury lifestyle wants. Maureen Chiquet was named the CEO of Chanel in 2007. Chiquet graduated from Yale University in 1985.

Dolce and Gabbana

In 1985, the company was founded by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Dolce & Gabbana is a distinguished luxury brand that combines originality with its origin, Mediterranean style. The company has 287 stores in 40 countries worldwide. Federica Marchionni replaced Edgar Huber as the CEO of Dolce & Gabbana. Marchionni is a former president of the company.


Founded in 1989, DKNY’s goal was to create fashion that could transfer from casual to formal. Fashion designer, Donna Karan (DK) founded the company in 1984. Caroline Brown became CEO of DKNY in 2014; she replaced former CEO Mark Weber.

Tory Burch

In 2004 fashion designer, Tory Burch launched the company. The newly establish company has more than 125 boutiques, and the Tory Burch brand is present in more than 3,000 stores worldwide.