Examples of opulence in a Sentence
in some parts of the city nearly unimaginable opulence can be found side by side with nearly unthinkable poverty
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Fendi’s Roman opulence and Soho’s industrial history might not seem like an obvious match, but the store juxtaposes the two aesthetics beautifully, pairing textural design elements with concrete and bricks salvaged from old New York buildings.
Thomas paints a portrait of the nation before its Civil War, teeming with opulence and possibility.
His designs were marks of opulence, and at the time of his death, Versace left behind an $807 million business, with 130 boutiques worldwide.
View Slideshow As the opulence of the fall/winter couture season swirls around Paris in real time, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs is celebrating Dior’s 70th anniversary with a lavish exhibition.
Known for its manicured gardens, a heated, indoor swimming pool, and a bowling alley (one of the first of its kind), the Biltmore is a prime example of late 19th-century American opulence.
Attendees also may explore all three floors of the historic home, which set the tone for opulence and culture during the Gilded Age.
But the result was especially startling in Kensington, an enclave of extreme opulence within a city generally familiar with displays of conspicuous consumption.
Before Donald Trump launched his populist presidential campaign, the billionaire real-estate developer spent decades trying to make his name synonymous with a certain kind of over-the-top opulence.
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