When an actor, a celebrity stylist and a brand and celebrity project manager all get together and discuss what time means to them, you get a lot of interesting feedback ... especially on ways to say No.
Sotheby’s is rounding out the 2010s with a total of over $4.7 billion in sales from 40,353 lots over the past ten years, citing the digital revolution as a key factor in capturing a wider, more diverse audience for diamonds and jewels.
It isn't everyday that a venerable brand like Vacheron Constantin creates a prototype watch to scale Mt. Everest. That's most likely why the watch sold for more than $100,000 as a recent Phillips auction. The watch had been worn by explorer Cory Richards.
Rats have kind of a bad rap, given their association with rummaging in the garbage and spreading disease, but according to lore associated with the Chinese calendar, rats are quick-witted, resourceful and smart.
Thunderdome, you might remember, was the name given to a steel-cage jousting arena in the 1985 post-apocalyptic film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. It also serves as the ideal name for the latest crazy collaborative invention under the name of Max Büsser and Friends.
Phillips sold five watches for over $1-million at its Game Changers auction on Tuesday in New York, including Jack Nicklaus’s gold Rolex Day-Date, for $1.22-million, and Marlon Brando’s Rolex GMT-Master, for $1,952,000.