Do you know that Louis Vuitton once had a set of monogram boxing gloves? It did, in 2014. To celebrate the Parisian fashion house 160th anniversary, it collaborated with six artists and designers in 2014 to redefine its iconic monogram.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is not just known for jewelries; it is also quite famous for turning out luxury ordinary products like a $350 rose gold straw, $1,000 tin can et cetera. These latest additions, however, is less ridiculous than the previous offerings.
It looks like Channel is not alone in turning surfboard into a designer thing. Louis Vuitton is selling a surfboard too. Called Louis Vuitton Surf On The Beach Board, this striking, limited edition blue-to-orange gradient surfboard is features multimedia artist Alex Israel’s signature iridescent colors drawn from an LA sunset.
This is Louis Vuitton Airplane Bag by LV menswear artistic director/Off-White founder, Virgil Abloh. Up until before Abloh’s involvement, LV was never radical like, you know, Balenciaga, and never associated with being artistic. Basically, it is the way purist like me like. But things have changed, the Airplane Bag is one example.
Caviar is no doubt the current leading luxe gadgets creator. Unlike its competitors (which have mostly, if not all, defunct at this point), Caviar is planning ahead. Speaking of planning ahead, Caviar has just announced three major gadgets that will be getting the luxe treatment for 2021, along with a pair of kicks, to usher …
Apple iPhone 12’s design was no doubt a homage to the iPhone 4 released 10 years ago. While Apple did not play on the fact that iPhone 4’s anniversary, master of luxing up gadgets, Caviar, did.
We know modern iPhone has got the T2 chip that include a dedicated AES hardware engine to power line-speed encryption as files are written and read. But what about the cameras? They are susceptible to hacking too, don’t they? Well, if that’s your concern, then you are going to need an iPhone without cameras.
Are you a super fan of Apple who would love to own a piece of Apple’s history? If the answers is a big ‘yes’, and you have boatload of Benjamins to spare, you will want to check out the Caviar iPhone 12 Pro Apple 1 Edition.
A $1.5 million face mask is an opulence even for some richie rich. Thankfully, there exists a “more affordable” luxury face mask in Japan. Created by fashion retail chain Cox Co are the Diamond and Pearl masks. Both luxe masks are handmade and embellished with diamond and pearls.
Wearing a mask is part of staying safe during the pandemic and you know what? Staying safe not only can be a fashion statement, but it can also be a luxury statement. Case-in-point: this world’s most expensive face mask created by Israeli luxury jewelry brand, Yvel.