LuxuryLab Daily Digest

Posted by Lauren Proctor on October 4, 2009

Rolling Sculpture Beats Gold as Values of Collector Cars Soar (Bloomberg)
Stephen Serio, a Waltham, Massachusetts classic-car dealer, expects the 1966 Ferrari 275GTB on his lot to sell for about $810,000. Five years ago, the same car sold for $500,000.

Leather, a Cat and a Big Party (Wall Street Journal)
A look at the Paris spring shows of Balenciaga, Azzaro, Christian Dior and Lanvin.

Prime Tables Do Not Await at Per Se, Babbo, Packed Restaurants (Bloomberg)
Getting a prime-time table at some of Manhattan’s most expensive — and popular — restaurants hasn’t gotten much easier at a time when a lot of Americans are eating chicken nuggets by the bucket.

Hong Kong’s Luxury Living Draws Mainland Chinese (AFP)
Mainland Chinese once fled to the slums of Hong Kong’s Kowloon to escape poverty, war and communism but many mainlanders in the district these days are seeking swimming pools and harbour views.


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