Monthly Archives: October 2014

Sotheby’s Auctions Remaining Pierre Berge Library

As one half of the duo who founded Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Berge is regarded as a fashion mogul. On November 8 and 9, the French philanthropist will be putting up the other half of his famous library for auction at Sotheby’s in Paris. The other half of the collection raised $12.8 million (which we… Read More »

Electric Concept: Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6

What’s 6 meters long, goes from zero to 100km/h in under four seconds and is fully electronic? Currently, nothing but Mercedes intends on changing that with the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6. The German automaker unveiled the Vision, a stylishly spectacular (just look at that picture and tell us you aren’t convinced), futuristic and electric concept coupé,… Read More »

Mainland Chinese Property Shopping Spree

I can’t resist reading, learning and analysing the patterns of the Chinese investor. By Chinese I mean the PRC citizens. Their sheer quantity and quantum of spending are nothing short of mind-blowing and they change the market dynamics. Hence it is of great value for investors to watch, understand, follow and try to predict this… Read More »

Record-Setting Car Auctions: Concours 2016

“The rise of Ferrari across the board has been a bit of phenomenon of the last 10 years,” begins Peter Haynes from RM Sotheby’s. Not only have the incredibly rare models from the 1950s and 60s rocketed in value but in recent years the prices of even 1980s and 90s Ferraris have jumped significantly —… Read More »