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World Economic Forum
Snow Polo World Cup
Gran Ballo Della Cavalchina
Cricket World Cup
Milken Global Conference
Cannes Film Festival
Monaco Grand Prix
Henley Royal Regatta
Clipper Round the World
Monaco Yacht Show
London Art Frieze
After the Forum it's the after party, then after the party it's the hotel lobby, and after the Belve' then it's probably Cris'.
Safety is so tight, Eurofighter Typhoons patrol the airspace in Davos.
Ambassadors and billionaires alike gather to watch the impossibly exclusive, chic version of the sport, which is only played in Switzerland.
The winner’s trophy is, of course, sponsored by Cartier.
The coveted Carnival ball every "Gossip Girl" party wishes it could be.
This is like Moulin Rouge, meets Vegas meets New York gala, all in a famous opera house.
Nothing says glamour like bumper-to-bumper traffic, starving between shows and getting shoved by PR girls in your front row seat next to Anna.
You may have scored a ticket to a show, but you're nothing if you don't get an invite to an after party.
"The flagship event of the international cricket calendar."— Things rich people say
In case you start takingthis too seriously, there's a term called "cricktainment," known as cricket just as entertainment. We don'tget it either.
Milken Institute Global Conference
Lofty policy talks for heads of state, CEOs and movie stars, oh my.
The Gran Ballo della Cavalchina is considered the most exclusive masked ball event that occurs during the Carnival of Venice.
Deep green jackets, deep green grass, lots of deep, green pockets.
Augusta National Golf Club was co-founded by a big-time Wall Streeter. Go figure!
Everyone knows the yacht parties, celebrity flings, and champagne showers are better than the movies anyway.
Where you can say, "Justin Bieber, Paul Allen, Karl Lagerfeld and a Kardashian walked into a bar..."
There's a section in this horse race called "Millionaires Row." Enough said.
Since the race's start, there have been horses with names beginning with every letter of the alphabet except "X." Unclear if that's true for name brands of alcohol consumed.
Models, champagne bottles, royals, oh and Formula One drivers happen to be the best of the best and the track is pure excitement.
Some of the most exclusive party invitations are said to come in golden boxes with cards used to scan in order to gain entry.
If you can make it here, it’s pretty much impossible that you haven’t made it somewhere else.
A few years ago, the event released new dress code rules explaining what formal wear consists of because apparently you were tacky and they hated you.
Women must wear hats that are at least 4 inches in diameter. For men, top hats.
Another English society event with a dress code. Men wear lounge suits and ladies don dresses with hemlines below the knee.
You're not allowed touse your phone on the grounds. Don't they know you'reimportant?
You have the chance to sit near David and Victoria Beckham, Prince William and Duchess Kate and the guy from LMFAO.
The event serves 230,000 glasses of Pimm's and 28,000 bottles of champagne.
A fleet of 12 identical (but sponsored) racing yachts manned with a fully-qualified skipper sail 40,000 miles around the globe, for a year.
The racers are mostly novices. This sounds smart.
Your yacht looks so last season. Time to upgrade, and where better than the world's largest annual yacht trade show with 33,000 other shoppers?
Last year, 115 superyachts and nearly 33,000 people showed up.
Because one art fair is not enough, the glitterati travel across the pond to drop tens of thousands of dollars on experimental sculptures.
This year, the theme was performance art, which included one man saying different objects tasted like cake and salted meat.