5 Most Expensive Styles Your Closet Aspires
Coco Chanel famously said, “Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It’s the opposite of vulgarity.” I couldn’t agree more.
Life without aspiration and luxury is boring and oh-so-bland. While indulgence in all things fine may be a little hard to fulfil, aspiration isn’t. Besides, don’t most indulgences begin as aspirations anyway?
Keeping that in mind, MensXP presents a wardrobe that’ll give a billionaire some serious blushes. Have a cool million to spare, anyone?
The Audemars Piguet Watch:
Audemars Puguet needs no introduction, and neither does Stuart Hughes. Fulfilling his lust for all things indulgent, Stuart Hughes designed this timepiece with 5.85 carats worth of flawless diamonds. Priced at 25, 995 pounds, this is probably one of the cheapest things that Stuart has designed so far.
Stuart Hughes And Richard Jewels’ Diamond-embellished Suit:
Stuart Hughes, a London-based designer can safely be known as the king of luxe. He’s brutal when it comes to bling, and nothing is over-the-top! Diamond-embellished phones, diamond-embellished clothes, you name it, he’s done it. So, when the man decides to design the most expensive suit in the world, it’s no surprise at all, really.
Jacob & Co. Cufflinks:
Do you have $4.2 million in spare change? If yes, you may want to get yourself a one-of-a-kind pair of cufflinks from Jacobs & Co. The company has been crafting some of the most luxurious, revolutionary timepieces and jewellery for close to a quarter of a century, and while their whole collection is classic, thecufflinks crafted with the 10.5 carat yellow diamond, rounded-off with five baguette diamonds, really does take ..
World’s Most Expensive Wardrobe By Frosdick Of London:
Known to make the finest bespoke safari boots,Frosdick of London conceptualised a complete wardrobe with a custom-made luxury car to boot for a cool $1 million, in 2010. The wardrobe consisted of 14 bespoke Savile Row suits, 28 custom-tailored dress shirts, 28 custom-made silk ties, and 14 pairs of bespoke shoes and boots. Enough, you think? Think again – they got Henry Poole of Savile Row ..
The 1735 Blancpain:
Considering that the 1735 Blancpain doesn’t contain a single precious stone, one wonders whether the watch is worth $1, 024, 000! But, take one look at perfection in excellence, and you know why that price tag is justified. Of course, the fact that it’s the last of the 30 limited edition pieces created just may have something to do with it. The watchmaker took a year to complete this marvellous piece that’s made with solid .