Cosmetic Surgery Partners sponsors Best Luxury awards

Posted by: Cosmetic Surgery Partners

 

London, UK (28/07/15) –  British Airways, Prada, St. Moriz, Bare Minerals, American Express, Harrods, Quintessentially, Tiffany & Co, Rolex, are just a few of the many luxury brands nominated by over 75,940 luxury consumers for the prestigious 5th annual National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards 2015. The National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards are a British awards ceremony held by London’s No.1 Luxury and Lifestyle magazine, Chelsea Monthly.

The awards show celebrates the best luxury products, brands and services with all nominations submitted by luxury consumers and public voting online at chelseamonthly.com. The winners will be announced at the hotly anticipated National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards poll winners party at Turntable on the 30th of July 2015 filmed and broadcast on Showcase, Sky 192 and Freesat 402.

For the past few months, luxury consumers have submitted nominations across over 17 categories at chelseamonthly.com and over 75,940 took part this year (2015) with the buying public choosing their favourite luxury products, brands and services.

Cosmetic Surgery Partners, an established cosmetic surgery and aesthetics practice based in London, is proud to support this year’s event and is sponsoring The Best Luxury and VIP Concierge brand category. The nominations in the category include:

Quintessentially
American Express
Ten Lifestyle Concierge
Privee Concierge
Envy Group
Mensos Concierge
Prime Lifestyle
Bon Vivant

Jitandra Rav, of Cosmetic Surgery Partners said “it’s great for the industry to recognise and support the work that goes into creating a luxury brand. We would like to wish all the nominees in this category the best of luck!”

Cosmetic Surgery Partners at the National Luxury lifestyle awards 2015

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