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A classic 1957 Ferrari is set to become the most expensive car to sell at a European auction this Friday.
An eBay user is selling an "extremely rare” copy of a high school yearbook from 1972. The kicker? The yearbook contains this CEO's senior photo.
Richemont's flagship brand Cartier will rise prices for watches and jewellery by 5 percent in the euro zone following the surge in the Swiss franc.
Luxury home-buying in the Caribbean is bouncing back this year, with real estate agents citing the improved economic picture in the U.K. and U.S.
Supercars are very common on the wide, state-of-the-art highways of Dubai. But a new record-breaking Lamborghini, made out of gold and gems, is sure to turn heads.
The watchmaker Patek Philippe has a new piece so exclusive, you need a password to read about it—and have to fill out an application to buy it.
Owning a private island has long been seen as the ultimate status symbol of the rich and famous – but perhaps not for much longer, as wealthy individuals opt to rent islands instead of splashing out.
When Jay Z starts rapping about Basquiat and Art Basel, is it time to think we've reached the top of an art bubble? At least one observer thinks so.
James Bond's famous submarine car from "The Spy Who Loved Me" has just been sold for $967,120, a price that was below what many had expected.
A global travel bug has bitten the wealthy, fueling a surge in private jet tours—hyperexclusive, month-long trips aboard custom-built jets that drop in on exotic countries.
Tennis great Rafael Nadal is one of the most obsessive, ritual-oriented players on the tour. And part of that ritual now includes a $690,000 watch.
Total sales for this weekend's auction at Concours D'Elegance Pebble Beach reached a record breaking $301 million, according to Hagerty.
The red Ferrari was one of only 10 ever built, and its single-family ownership reportedly increased interest in the sale.
The car used for the classic '80s movie should go for more than $250,000, but some think it could fetch up to $1 million.
Record lottery payouts are rewriting the conventional financial wisdom about how the winners can best handle their good fortune, from tax advice to their reconfigured lives.
Two veterinarians and a private jet company have partnered to offer the country's only ride-along-vet, concierge-pet service.