The world's fastest-growing major economies of China and India are minting millionaires at break-neck speed.
Gina Rinehart, the mining heiress and media investor, is the fourth-richest person in the Asia-Pacific region, with a net worth of $19 billion.
Sylvia Pennington Alliance links luxury brands to help extract even more custom from well-heeled clients.
Steve Colquhoun Iconic bush brand sells off 49 per cent stake to global luxury brand but pledges to keep manufacturing here.
Steve Colquhoun A Spanish purveyor of cut-price women's high fashion was the surprise inclusion in the top three of Forbes magazine's annual rich list.
Rachael Oakes-Ash A wide selection of opulent spa resorts can help you detox and recharge after a hectic summer.
Robert Upe If you're a mere millionaire, then don't even think about sampling this luxury accommodation.
Despite losing almost $1 billion last year, mining magnate Gina Rinehart is still Australia's richest person.
Megan Willett Asian hub again tops list of most expensive rentals, well ahead of New York, Tokyo and London.
China's fashion-forward men are driving a rebound in the luxury market after a slow down in spending.
Robert Upe Technology meets tradition in the recasting of one of the world's most opulent hotel groups.
Rachael Oakes-Ash Some of the world's most feted restaurants can be found without even leaving your hotel.
Nick Ralston ANTHONY SAHADE, the millionaire businessman dubbed Sydney's car wash king, says he is not the type to throw punches. But he now appears to be in a fight to save his empire.
Nicole Hasham A NEW luxury yacht destination for Chinese and Indian millionaires is being touted by the developers proposing an overhaul of a Sydney marina.
Alfredo Paramico has a love for the finest time pieces.
Many millionaires got poorer in the last year, but billionaires did just fine, using their heavyweight money management teams to ride out market and economic turmoil that hit the lesser rich,...
Lucy Macken, Stephen Nicholls Offshore buyers are the trailblazers of a Sydney property revival, say agents, snapping up apartments in Bondi, the central business district and the North Shore and houses in Mosman and Killara.
Asia-Pacific millionaires outnumbered those in North America for the first time last year as the world's wealthy saw a decline in their fortunes.
Leonie Lamont Last year was tough for Australias most wealthy with 13,400 fewer millionaires in the country than in 2010.
Lissa Christopher Big-spending visitors to Australia are changing the airport retail landscape, writes Lissa Christopher.