New Generation Luxury Buys
These are our Editor approved luxury items we feel the world needs to know about. Millennials are those born between 1978-1992 and they represent about 30% of the luxury market as they are shown to be more willing to spend more on bespoke luxury items. This, of course, is great news for companies selling luxury goods.
Dolce & Gabbana x Smeg Espresso Machine, POA
Dolce & Gabbana and Smeg join creative forces to create Sicily is my Love, a new unique project Made in Italy. The new small appliance collection is produced by Smeg with an unmistakable Dolce&Gabbana touch.
Faberge Palais Tsarskoye Selo Turquoise Locket with Heart Surprise, £8,640
This 18-carat gold locket is in the shape of a Fabergé and encrusted with 16 round white diamonds. Inside the lockets hides a delightful surprise, and discovery, in the form of a concealed heart decorated with red enamel inside the locket.
Tiffany & Co Pet Collar, £245
For the animal lovers, Tiffany & Co have created a bridle leather pet collar in their signature blue which comes palladium plated metal hardware, ensuring your pet can feel just as luxurious as you.
Hermès Garde-Robe Pop ashtray, £475
The world's most opulent ashtray in Limoges porcelain with hand-painted gold trim and velvet goatskin base.
Versace present leather which is sure to be the ultimate boxing accessory for your Lux Sport needs.
Louis Vuitton Horizon Wireless Earphones, £940
Louis Vuitton present their luxury wireless earphones with a white polished acetate body and rose gold polished studs with white LV Initials.
Tiffany & Co Sterling Silver Ball of Yarn, £8750
The ultimate weird buy, however, is an art piece we would love. Tiffany & Co have created a Yarn Ball made of handcrafted sterling silver inspired by the witty, unexpected window displays of Gene Moore, a ball of yarn, crafted by Tiffany artisans in New York.
Chanel Wakesurf Board, POA
Part of the Spring Summer 2020 collection this luxury crafted artisan accessory is the latest offering from the fashion house for wakeboarding fans. For those of us who have never even tried this sport, why not place this in your home to double as an art piece?