Well maybe the other 1% given the current terminology. I was just reading a short story post on Shrinkies blog. Her setting is a million miles away from my reality... however once some years back - about 15 I suppose I was asked to work on a specific project by the big, big boss. It was a very politically exposed position within the company. Anyway after some combative moments there was a period of enforced harmony dictated by the really big big bosses - we were spending millions on some stuff and they wanted it to work after all. In part of that I went to a series of meetings in New York - I was regularly there for a while. As part of the harmony the group I was working with decided to continually show us the best New York could offer and we were taken off to various posh restaurants littered with various celebs - all of whom I didn't know apart from one guy I'd seen who was a USA Americas Cup entrant I believe.
Anyway - we are sat for the meal. I scan the wine list - nothing under $1000 a bottle! Madness. I took my Burton's suit jacket off and put it over my chair. Instantly a waiter arrives and lays a perfectly washed and ironed best linen napkin over my jacket to stop anything from being spilt on it. I thank him and look at the guy next to me on the table, who was a good friend who ended up being my last bosses boss at that company and said "Frankly the napkin appears to be worth more than the suit!"