While the whole world might be on royal baby watch as Meghan Markle is due to give birth to her first child any day now, we’re currently adding the latest Markle-approved travel accessory to our shopping carts.
We chat with Nicolas Bijan, scion of the eponymous boutique, about how the 1% shops now.
One summer, when he was 16 years old, Nicolas Bijan Pakzad was working alongside his father at his luxury men’s boutique on Rodeo Drive. The shop, known simply as Bijan—and often referred to as the most expensive shop in the world—was slow that particular afternoon. Nicolas recalls, however, that in a sudden flurry, five Suburbans pulled up, secret service agents descended and President George Bush Sr. materialized. Despite the distinguished guest, he remembers that his father was bereft: He hadn’t worn a tie that day.
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Private jets, fancy dinners and glamorous engagements - travelling a royal sounds like fun, right?
A large part of being a member of the royal family is travelling around the world, meeting world leaders, visiting countries in the Commonwealth and keeping the UK's relationships with other nations strong.
When The Queen travels, she always has a packed schedule of meetings and engagements - and a lot of work goes in to ensuring she is properly dressed.
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