Indulge in the Art of Luxury Drinking with SinStella

May 17, 2017  |   Contributor: Kat Ward

Originally designed with high-end restaurants that endured many a broken glass in mind, SinStella's designer Vera Purtscher sought to create a champagne glass that would be equal parts beautiful and useful. Each piece is made of handblown crystal K-9 glass, with a sturdy base that holds the drinking glass upright.

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The $400 360fly 4K Video Camera You'll Want in Your Stocking

Dec 15, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If you’re shopping for the adventure-loving techie in your life this Christmas, you should check out the 360fly 4K HD video camera. Not only is it water-resistant, but it is also dust- and shockproof and features a 360-degree camera.

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When the MOOD Strikes: A New Line for the Perfect Host | Presented by Christofle

Jun 2, 2016  |   Contributor: Christofle Paris

There is something undoubtedly special about a brand that can attract and cultivate a devoted customer base over the course of nearly two centuries. The ability to adapt to ever-changing trends, yet stay true to a distinctly unique heritage, is what makes such a feat possible. Founded in 1830, Christofle is one of those brands.

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Maarten Baas: Turning Dramatic Concepts into Usable Reality

Apr 1, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Dutch artist Maarten Baas doesn’t just craft furniture, he turns dramatic concepts into a usable reality. A graduate of the Design Academy of Eindhoven, Baas’ pieces have been nominated for various awards (including René Smeets award in 2009) and was invited by IKEA to do a week-long workshop in France, after which he was selected for the Design Academy in Tokyo. 

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Meet Floatti, the World's First Super Suitcase

Mar 31, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Ponti Design Studio calls their newest design the world’s first super suitcase. Named Floatti, the intuitive smart case was inspired by the movement and transformation inherent in the traveling lifestyle. 

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Backstage at the Oscars' Exclusive Green Room

Mar 1, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Leonardo DiCaprio’s win at Sunday’s Oscars may have been the night’s most talked-about moment (scoring over 440,000 tweets-per-minute), but it wasn’t the only thing that caught our attention. The green room and backstage bar were full of designer furniture that we now want in our homes. 

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Now Your Kid Can Drive a Tesla Model S

Feb 25, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Radio Flyer and Tesla have partnered up to create a one-seater Model S just for kids and it’s almost as cool as the real thing. The lithium ion battery-run toy is customizable, enabling you to choose the paint color, performance style, accessories and even personalize the vanity plate. 

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Savoir & Christian Lacroix’s Creative Director Go to Bed

Feb 23, 2016  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Savoir Beds has teamed up with Sacha Walckhoff, the Creative Director for Christian Lacroix, for a new bed set covered in Alcantara fabric. Walckhoff is known for extravagant haute couture and this design reflects his flair for drama. 

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Finally, A Stroller You Don’t Have to Push

Feb 19, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Smart tech is everywhere now, from thermostats to wearable garments, and now it has hit the stroller market. The Smartbe stroller doesn’t just utilize an engine and sensors to roll along in front of you, but it also features a baby cam, temperature control, a bottle warmer, wireless speakers for lullabies and an anti-theft alarm. Plus, if you feel uncomfortable about using it in hands-free mode, it has an assist-propelled setting that helps you push it and a manual one where you do all of the work. 

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Mu-so Qb Wireless Speaker is Small But Mighty

Feb 17, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The $1,000 Naim Mu-so Qb may be the neatest wireless speaker we have seen in a while. As the company’s follow-up to their larger Mu-so that was launched in 2014, the 300-watt cube can be controlled via a touchscreen on the top, which is encircled by a light-up aluminum ring that manipulates the volume. 

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The Vitamix Professional 750 Blender is a Beast in the Kitchen

Feb 10, 2016  |   Contributor: Christy Stewart

Most people have heard the old adage “you get what you pay for,” particularly when something that was purchased exceeds or falls short of their expectations. After getting our hands on the Vitamix Professional Series 750, it's easy to see why the heavy-duty blender commands the same price as a larger appliance. We found the cost is especially worth it for new parents interested in making their own baby food, although anyone who gets serious in the kitchen can more than likely justify the price tag. 

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Bentley Releases Customizable Golf Collection

Feb 9, 2016  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Bentley Motors recently launched a collection of golf clubs and accessories at the PGA Merchandise Show. Like their luxury cars, these irons are anything but average. Ranging in price from £300 ($433) for the BH1 Hybrid to £2,500 ($3,615) for the BC1 Cavity and BB1 Blade Irons, the entire eight-iron set runs around $3,500.

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The Wine Rack That Will Make Your Bottles Disappear

Feb 5, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Though the Pinetti Wine Rack from Harlequin Illusions may appear normal, first impressions can be very deceiving. If you take a second look, you’ll notice that wine bottles appear to vanish as they pass through the center of the design, only to pop out of the back as if everything is normal. 

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The Most Expensive Presidential Memorabilia to Ever Sell at Auction

Jan 29, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When it comes to Presidential U.S. history, collectors jump at any chance to purchase a special piece of memorabilia. Over the years, countless treasures have sold for record-high numbers, from signed documents to guns to license plates, and sometimes it seems as if there is a never-ending supply of artifacts to choose from. But not all mementos are equal and the below five items are the most expensive to ever sell. 

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$40k Abyss Dining Table Artfully Mimics the Depths of the Ocean

Jan 27, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Designed by Duffy London, the Abyss Dining Table mimics the ocean by playing with depth and 3-D geological mapping. The functional piece of furniture took a year to develop and is handmade using Plexiglas and ethically-sourced wood, which you can see from the top and the underside. With the layers getting darker the deeper they get, it’s meant to give diners the feeling of looking down into the deep abyss of the open sea. Limited to only 25, the table is also lit from within, which lends more drama to the overall look.

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