The Flexjet25 is a prepaid debit card for travel time on private Challengers and Learjets. Starting around $100,000, the cards come with different flight plan options.
Designed by Richard Sapper for Artemide in 1972, the Tizio is, well, looking a lot better than most other things designed in 1972. In fact, the Tizio was selected for the Compasso d'Oro industrial design award in 1979 and holds its place in part of the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and of the Museum of Modern Art.
No more Cheerios for dinner. No more sodium-laden Chinese
Dr. Novack rarely does body work anymore – though many of Hollywood’s most natural-looking big breasts that you would swear are real are really his – instead focusing on faces. His noses and facelifts are the best in the world, and he was one of the first proponents of fat transfer to the face … that thing that makes A-list actresses look much younger than the rest of us (so unfair).
To go with its really cool name there's, plain and simply, a lot that's cool about The Urban Electric Co. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, the company manufactures all of its products Stateside. In addition, the company lights up the Charleston community ... in a big way, through its local philanthropy.
Lamps and chairs. We always have a surplus of lamps and chairs in the office because there are so many goods ones out there. It’s two of the easiest categories to fulfill in an interior. Somehow they embody all aspects of great design---functionality, ergonomics, style, quality and creativity all in something you can hold in two hands and even, possibly, afford.