Salvator Mundi has sent auctions into overdrive, as items continue to smash their guide prices.
The ghosts and ghouls of Halloween have been put back in their closets for another year.
The modern dating scene leaves much to be desired.
The world’s largest and most luxurious private jet has opened its doors for the Dubai Air Show.
Following the record-breaking sale of Salvator Mundi last week, anything that the auction world now has to offer looks pale in comparison.
Despite concerns over the painting’s authenticity and a surprisingly low guide price, Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi broke a number of records at Christie’s Post-War & Contemporary Art auction yesterday evening.
Having sold for just £45 in 1956, Leonardo da Vinci’s lost painting of Christ is expected to fetch more than $100m this evening.
Using nylon in fashion is certainly nothing new.
Whether you’re an auction house regular or new to the block, you will have heard about the Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi painting.
If you walked into Karl Lagerfeld’s home right now, you would see an incredibly stylish affair.
Lamborghini stole the headlines at this year’s EmTech Conference, an annual event highlighting innovation in engineering and technology.
Tiffany & Co’s new collection of so-called Everyday Objects has been launched in time for the Christmas season.
Art is put to one side this week, as memorabilia takes centre stage in auction houses around the world.
It’s every football fan’s dream, but lifting a Fifa World Cup trophy is something that the vast majority of people will never experience.
As US president Donald Trump and Kim Jung-Un continue to trade insults over North Korea’s advancing nuclear weapons programme, fears mount that we could be heading for nuclear war.
Change is afoot in the luxury industry.
This week, the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show will take place with record numbers of visitors and billions of dollars worth of boats.
Last week was a big one in the auction sphere, with a number of items selling for well above their guide prices.
Mountaintop villas, skyscraper bachelor pads and sprawling country estates – celebrity homes offer the pinnacle of luxury living.
If you’re looking for some interesting new products to spend your hard-earned cash on this week, look no further.
Sotheby’s auction house has had a busy week so far.
The famous Baccarat Hotel in New York City is one of the city’s most glamorous hot spots.
Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, haunted homes are a thing.
After a week of watches, antique furniture and modern art, Swann Auction Galleries has something a little different to offer collectors this Thursday.
With hundreds of auctions taking place around the world over the next week, figuring out where to look and what to look at can take up time that you simply don’t have.
Another week and another interesting selection of items are going under the hammer.
Another day, another auction.
The world’s second biggest diamond has finally sold, two years on since it was discovered in a Botswana mine.
Audrey Hepburn is the definition of a star.