For 89 years, luxury retailer Neiman Marcus has regaled shoppers with its unique selection of extravagant holiday gifts. This year is no different.
For those willing to shell out half-a-million dollars on themselves or their loved ones, shelling out nearly $100,000 for a trip above the Earth is a mere pittance. For the other 99 percent, however, the catalog is free to browse and dream about.
Apparently, money isn't an option for many Neiman gift buyers. Last year, the retailer sold over $5.1 billion of luxury goods.
Ginger Reeder, a director at Neiman Marcus, said the fantasy gifts give shoppers "a once-in-a-lifetime" chance to live like a celebrity or an astronaut. "We make that dream happen," she said.
Reeder predicted most items, particularly a limited edition Mustang, will sell out "quickly."