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  • These billionaires live out James Bond fantasy

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk bought the sports car from "The Spy Who Loved Me" James Bond film back in 2013 at an auction, and turned it into a true submarine car. CNBC's Robert Frank reports on billionaire bond toys.

  • World’s most expensive Xmas tree star

    It's contains over 250 diamonds and could be yours for just under $1 million. Marcel Knobil, founder of luxury website VeryFirstTo, explains why it's time to upgrade your Christmas tree decorations with this very special star.

  • A superyacht complete with a golf course

    The Lady Lola features an automatic tee system on the top deck and floating holes that can be released into the water.

  • Climb aboard the Lady Lola superyacht

    The Lady Lola is a 200-foot megayacht with an asking price of more than $53 million.

  • $190 million mega yacht

    The yacht market has been slow to recover, except the mega yacht market, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. Check out this 280-feet long yacht with a Jacuzzi deck that converts into a disco, and a sauna for 10 people.

  • Hyundai taps into luxury

    Hyundai will launch a new global luxury car brand called Genesis to boost profits.

  • More Volkswagen problems affecting 800k luxury cars

    Volkswagen is facing more heat amid its emissions scandal, after understating fuel usage on some models affecting 800,000 cars sold in Europe.

  • Hyundai Genesis is presented during Los Angeles Auto Show 2014  at LA Covention Center on November 20, 2014.

    Hyundai, which has a reputation for affordable cars, said the Genesis lineup will start with two sedans this year, growing to six by 2020.

  • Uber-style private jets and yachts

    Companies are promising to offer luxury transportation services such as yachts and private planes cheaper and as easier to book.

  • It was only a matter of time before the world of the super-rich was targeted by startups offering Uber-style services for private jets and yachts.

  • Here's why you should wear someone else's clothes

    Abby Zhang and Shan Shan, the founders of yeechoo.com share how high-end closet sharing can benefit both women and men.

  • Top selling luxury goods 2015

    CNBC's Robert Frank reports luxury spending grew 5 percent year-over-year, and outlines where luxury customers are putting their money.

  • Long Island real estate booming

    A look at three properties in the Long Island luxury real estate market, with Douglas Elliman's Mickey Conlon.

  • In tropical locales, Bond’s first move is to don a fetching pair of swim trunks. Christie’s is offering a pair of trunks by La Perla, worn by Craig in “Casino Royale.” The navy and powder blue nylon trunks labeled “GrigioPerla” are made in Italy, and size large. Christie’s estimates the trunks at $4,600 to $7,500.

    With the release of "Spectre", the 24th entry in the "James Bond" franchise, CNBC examines the lifestyle of the suave super-spy.

  • James Bond wears Tom Ford's knitted sleeve bomber jacket

    What man doesn't want to live like James Bond? Now you can, with CNBC's guide to eating, drinking, dressing and traveling like Bond, inspired by "Spectre."

  • Customers look at the new Apple Watch displayed at an Apple Store in New York.

    The Apple Watch will be available in India from November 6, Apple has confirmed, after first hinting at the release on its website.

  • Why Kering outshines other luxury brands

    Luxury brand, Kering has beaten expectations - unlike its luxury competitors. Luca Solca, analyst at Exane BNP Paribas, discusses strategy.

  • Cartier sparkles in Singapore showcase

    The Etourdissant Cartier exhibition in Singapore features over 600 high-end jewelry pieces, says Gregoire Blanche, regional MD for Southeast Asia and Australia at Cartier.

  • Do luxury brands still love China?

    Bomoda’s CEO, Brian Buchwald discusses the current environment for luxury brands, in particular brands’ exposure to China.

  • Are Ferrari stocks overpriced? This expert says yes

    Compared to other auto companies, Ferrari stock is overpriced at a price-to-earnings ratio of 33, says Brian Hamilton, chairman of Sageworks.

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