Used for the flooring of an exclusive wine cellar, Antolini’s Cappuccino natural stone gives the setting a suggestive air of elegance.
There is no company that is more able to "drive" for charity for the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) than fantastic Ferrari...
In collaboration with LVMH, which is owned by Veuve Cliquot, Ferrari has launched a limited edition box-set of champagne - Veuve Clicquot Maranello Limited Edition set, an expensive gift set, which contains three Jeroboam Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label. Ferrari has covered every bottle with the same leather that is used for the interiors of their cars. Champagne bottles are packed individually, in hand-made stylish wooden boxes in red, gray and blue, and contain the features of the car giant, like the famous horse and a numbered plaque for authentication, which was designed by the celebrated French engraver Arthus Bertrand.
Three bottles were designed in honor of Ferrari’s three "Tailor Made" universes: Scuderia red pillar - the art of racing and the highest level of performance; Inedita gray pillars - encouraging vision of the future, and the Classic blue pillar - the exclusivity and elegance of antiquity.
Although the series is limited to only 20 sets, only one is available for sale in the United States, and it is offered via CharityBuzz. Currently, the bid for set is now at $3.150, and the estimated value of Veuve Cliquot Maranello Edition Set is $10,000. Auction ends on August 12 at 2pm according to the U.S. Eastern time zone (EST). All proceeds from the sale will go for the CFDA.