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"You simply submerge in a new world with the ease of stepping into your car and driving to the supermarket."
For $599 a person, this submarine takes two guests 984 feet deep into the ocean. It's a special excursion offered through the Crystal Esprit cruise.
CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" takes a look at a necklace that is expected to sell at auction for at least $30 million.
For $10,000 a night, anyone can book this gorgeous Mediterranean desert estate where Gaga stayed, right in the heart of Rancho Mirage, California.
Singapore Airlines expands the definition of luxury travel with its $850 million investment in single and double suites aboard its Airbus 380 fleet.
Rob Katz, chairman and CEO of Vail Resorts, speaks with CNBC's "Squawk Box"
Hint: It's amazing.
Luca Solca, sector head of luxury goods at Exane BNP Paribas, speaks about British fashion brand Burberry's change of strategy.
Instead of a cocktail on the beach, try under it!
CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" takes you inside a $30 million L.A. home with fingerprint entry and a secret window into the pool.
Start the day with a $2,000 omelette and end with a $315 shot of bourbon.
Start with a $2,000 omelet and end with a $315 shot of bourbon.
Moet & Chandon wine quality manager Marie-Christine Osselin can taste up to 50 wines in a day.
The high-end art market is concentrated among a select group of artists and buyers, but some companies are looking for ways to make investing in art more accessible.
The overall luxury market grew by 5 percent to approximately €1.2 trillion ($1.4 trillion) globally in 2017.
Claudia D’Arpizio, partner at Bain & Company, speaks about how luxury brands have changed the way in which they serve their customers.
Tokenized ownership allows people to co-own assets that would otherwise be beyond reach, says Ville Oehman of Blockchain Technologies.
Wealthy buyers will shell out hundreds of millions of dollars for a work of art. So what makes some art so valuable? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains.
CNBC's Robert Frank provides a preview of Ferrari's quarter, takes a look at how the company is selling its brand, and discusses the expected launch of a Ferrari SUV and upcoming auction of the car Michael Schumacher drove to win the 2001 world title.
"Each destination has to outdo the one before," says CEO Geoffrey Kent.
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