Haute Author Haley Friedlich
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Lotus—the English sports automaker—recruited former Ferrari North America boss Maurizio Perlato to be the CEO of the brand’s U.S. operation.
Blinged out cars are no news to this blog, but here’s something we haven’t seen before; a 1999 Chevrolet Camaro completely covered with UAE coins. Tarek Javaid spent 3,000 hours gluing 33,000 coins on the car. The reason for the project is to commemorate the 40th UAE National Day.
The home that “Twilight” series stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart leased for the past couple months is on the market for $5.995 million.
Daimler will be shutting down its ultra-luxury Maybrach brand. The brand has been a consistent thorn in Daimler’s side; with almost a decade of losses from the auto that retails for more than $350,000.
Kevin Spacey and director Sam Mendes decided that they should run their version of the Shakespeare play “Richard III” in Sydney. They have scheduled 11 performances for Sydney’s Lyric Theatre. While the award-winning actor is in town he has opted not to stay in Sydney’s luxury downtown hotels or rent a posh place on the harbor; he will be staying on the sea.
Dubai has emerged as the ultimate hub for luxury retail and several designers are paying homage to that notion this holiday season. Prepare to paint the town purple. Or python.
Hublot, the official watchmaker for Formula 1, unveiled the F1 King Power Interlagos just in time for the final round of this years FIA Formula One World Championship in Brazil.
The exotic animal look is back and Burberry is following suit. Or skin. The British high-fashion brand released an alligator skin tote, exclusive to Harrods. The tote boasts polished gold-tone metal hardware and is fitted with top handles as well as a detachable cross body strap.
A model Lamborghini Aventador LP700 has already been named the world’s most expensive miniature model, but now it will surpass its own record. Rupert Guelpen—German creator of one-of-a-kind model cars—has been commissioned to creat a golden version of the Aventador.
The 24th Annual Showboats International Rendezvous raised more than $1 million for Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County. The formal gala, which was held at Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach and hosted by Donald and Melania Trum, was the highlight of the four-day fundraiser.