Photos of the Biggest Luxury Fair in Europe
Masters of LXRY is a luxury fair so luxurious, it looks down on the letter 'U'.
I Reviewed the Art At an Art Fair With an Art Student
"I don't like these photographs being here, I don't want these cunts seeing them."
All the Terrible Things Rich People Do on Holiday
Unwinding from the stress that comes with having sold your soul to the devil is hard, you know.
VICE Staff, Illustrations by Dan Evans
Golf Caddies Share Their Stories of Rich People Being Absolute Pricks
Stories of randy golfers, drunken parties and general debauchery from some of America's finest private golf courses.
A Former Valet Reveals All the Shit Valets Do to Fancy Cars
The shenanigans range from irresponsible to illegal.
Photos of Rich People Getting Wasted at a Polo Match
LA's Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic offered a glimpse into the End of Days—and there will be lots of champagne.
The Man Who Builds Luxury Bomb Shelters for Paranoid One Percenters
Robert Vicino believes the rich don't live on the same scale as ordinary people in today's society—so why should that change after the end of the world?
What It's Like to Be an Interior Designer for Really, Really Rich People
An interior designer, who works with A-list clients who spend upwards of €40,000 a room, explains the sociopathy and delusional thinking that comes with disposable incomes.
Inside the Garage of the Internet's Most Hated Self-Help Guru
Tai Lopez became the most hated guy on YouTube after a video ad ("here in my garage") for his self-help service went viral. I pushed past the Lamborghinis and the "67 Steps Program to the Good Life" to see who Tai Lopez really is.
The Graves of the Rich and Famous in Los Angeles Will Make Your Apartment Look Pathetic
If you've got the dough, you can be buried among the Hollywood elite in luxury cemeteries so extravagant that they attract graveyard tourists.
There's a Social Network That Costs €6,990 to Join
Keeping the one percent connected.
This Is What Fashion People Think About ISIS and Police Brutality
Disappointingly, most of them are vaguely aware of what's going on.