Formerly dubbed as the AM-RB 001, the ravishing hypercar produced by Aston Martin and Red Bull has a new official name right now, taken straight out of Norse mythology. Called the Aston Martin Valkyrie, this V12 beast joins a famous lineage of incredible “V” cars from Aston Martin, like the Virage, Vanquish, Vantage or the mind blowing Vulcan.
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Gucci is turning a social media trend high class and putting its brand in the epicenter in a campaign for its latest watch line.They have commissioned a line of its own memes, aligning its high fashion brand with common thoughts that consumers of all types can relate to.
Since New Zealand’s mid-1800s gold rush, the quaint neo-classical façade of Eichardt’s Private Hotel has been a fixture of Queentown’s downtown waterfront. The white lodge stands out not for its size—the main building holds just five of the hotel’s 10 total rooms—but for its historic architecture. Last October, however, the iconic property added an eye-catching new wing with its modern Eichardt’s Building, the crown jewel of which is the $10,000-per-night the Penthouse by Eichardt’s.
Starting next May, London-based luxury travel company Blue Marble Private will take groups of up to nine explorers at a time to see the hallowed remains of the historic ship. The eight-day Blue Marble Private Dive the Titanic journey—which represents the first time in over a decade that individuals have been able to go on dives to the shipwreck—is being planned in conjunction with submersible development team OceanGate, Inc. After embarking from Canada by helicopter or seaplane, travelers will be flown to an expedition support yacht above the Titanic’s final resting place in the North Atlantic Ocean. Each day, participants will board a specially-designed titanium and carbon fiber submersible and go to the wreckage, which is located approximately 13,000 feet below sea level. The weather-dependent dives—which can take place during the day or at night—can accommodate three passengers, one pilot, and one deep ocean expert at a time.
Los Angeles knows how to do luxury living well, and to prove it, a new seven-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion just came onto the market and is stacked with everything from exotic cars to an Andy Warhol painting and a Champagne vault. The recently completed residence is located in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood, comes fully furnished and is priced at $100 million. The hefty price tag is more than worth it though considering everything you get with your purchase.
It looks like Rolls-Royce took Rihanna’s advice to “shine bright like diamond” literally. The British automakers have now developed a special type of paint that is mixed with over 1,000 crushed diamonds as an exterior finish on a custom Ghost. The Ghost, considered a favorite among luxury car enthusiasts, typically begins at $300,000. Named “Diamond Stardust,” the brand claims that this is the first time the exterior finish has ever been applied to a vehicle, and took over two months to develop into a smooth paint that wouldn’t feel like sandpaper.