Vertu Concierge can even get you past the lines and security and night clubs and country clubs, partnering with many members around the world to offer a once-yearly admission for you and a friend. This feature would have been a great way to get into a party like this launch, as it was crawling with celebrities like Uma Thurman, Tilda Swinton, and David Gandy. Each room at the noble palace was dedicated to showing off one of the phone?s new features, and the final room was a scale reproduction of Hong Kong?s Kee Club to show how the phone could get you past the velvet ropes.
This is where the party really began, as champagne and hors d?ouvres were served. Speaking of drinks, the Vertu Constellation can help you out when they?re not chosen for you as well, with its built-in sommelier. The new smartphone gives users access to Berry Brothers and Rudd, who will offer personal service and advice so your meals will always be expertly paired.
To learn about the rest of the Vertu Constellation?s features, and see the full range of colorways, visit Vertu.com.
Eric Meyers is a native New Yorker who graduated in Journalism at San Francisco State University. While in the bay, he wrote for various publications like 944 and [X]Press. He has considerable experience in many aspects of culture, and holds a minor degree in the subject. Eric Meyers is also an Online Content Creator for The House Boardshop and author of two cover features for Snowboarder Ma...(Read More)