Pay all your eyes and ears here if you happen to miss the live telecast of Moscow Millionaire Fair. Folks at Moscow Times have invested good time in capturing the heart and power of the Russian billionaires, which is growing outrageously. The idea behind organizing Moscow Millionaire Fair is to entice the king of the lot with all eyes on bejeweled accessories. The 2007 Moscow Millionaire Fair hosted the moguls of the international luxury goods industry.
Amongst the eye-watering attractions was a set of diamond-festooned rims that got sold for $1 million along with $250,000 Bentley Coupe (packed with security services), taxidermic representation of wiped out animals counting a saber-tooth tiger and the huge carcass of a Siberian bear, elite bed and diamond-encrusted cell phones.
Catching everybody’s eyeballs was a Mercedes sheltered in churns of Swarovski crystals and the sellers warned that this $350,000 coupe could only be used on extraordinary junctures as few of the crystals have started receding. The platform also offered a rescue pill for the Russian residents getting used to bear the frigid climate by offering them tailored “cold rooms” from Criohome that can move down to -85 degrees Celsius and are considered to augment good health and even heal hangovers by residing inside it getting freezed for couple of minutes.
Gallery: Moscow Millionaire Fair 2007