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This artificial crocodile design representing the Everglades in Florida is my favorite.
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After denouncing Cristal, the luxe drink of choice of rap artists for many years, Jay-Z was left with a tough decision as to which champagne could replace it as a sign of opulence in rap/music culture. It appears that the artist has decided to (unofficially) endorse Armand De Brignac now, featuring it in one of his new songs as "gold bottles with the ace of spades." It seems like a good choice based on the bottle alone.
Armand De Brignac has been produced by a family owned vineyard for over two hundred years and has only just started to be imported from France. It is said to have notes of flowers, citrus, dried fruits and brioche.
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This El Morocco Small Eley bag by Kate Spade perfectly blends cuteness with class. The style is inspired by a 1950s nightclub called the El Morocco, known for its glamorous and famous celebrity clientele. Taking a cue from the classy styles of the era, the Eley handbag is slightly understated, but sure to be remarked upon once it is noticed. It has an all-over pattern in hair-calf with waxed leather trim, including the bag's handle and the top drawstring cord. It has gold hardware and a coral and gold cotton lining, with Kate Spade's signature Larabee dot pattern. Price: $695.