Call it one of the perks of working in the world of luxury, but crazy creations and even crazier price tags never get old. Every month, STYLE magazine highlights one spectacularly OTT item in the Coveted section, and just as we did last year , we’ve compiled the best ones here for your viewing pleasure. Here are 10 of the most outrageously expensive items from 2019: What: Louis Vuitton Hennessy Paradis Impérial How much: US$273,000 From the article: “The Hennessy Paradis Impérial Trunk acts more as a mobile bar than simply a handsome leather chest, designed to hold four magnums of Hennessy Paradis Impérial. Arik Levy designed the decanter, and he also included a ‘special presentation ritual’ that featured gloves, crystal vials, a corolla for pouring and crystal tulip glasses for tasting. Louis Vuitton amplified the triumph of Levy’s design with an immense Hennessy Paradis Impérial Trunk.” Read more: Louis Vuitton and Hennessy create the ultimate cognac trunk – yours for US$273,000 What: Shumukh perfume How much: US$1.3 million From the article: “The Spirit of Dubai Parfums by Nabeel, a luxury fragrance brand based in the United Arab Emirates, unveils the world’s most expensive perfume to date. The bottle, made of 18ct gold and pure silver, is set with 3,571 diamonds (totalling 38.55ct), topaz and pearls. The hand-blown Italian Murano glass bottle has a remote-controlled spray mechanism that adjusts to the user’s ideal height. It stands at 1.97 metres.” Read more: Would you pay US$1.3 million for a bottle of perfume? What: Bugatti’s La Voiture Noire luxury hyper-sports car How much: US$18.7 million From the article: “Only one example [of the car] will be made and sold. Bugatti says La Voiture Noire’s actual price stands at US$12,306,470, with the rest of the cost made up by taxes. From a standstill, it can speed from 0 to 96km/h (60mph) in 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of 420km/h. The car still needs two years of work before it is completed.” Read more: A peek at Bugatti’s US$18.7 million La Voiture Noire – the world’s most expensive new car What: Horological Machine No 6 Final Edition How much: HK$1.8 million From the article: “The inspiration for the HM6 came from Capitaine Flam , a seventies and eighties Japanese anime television series featuring the captain and his bulbous spaceship. It looks more like a spacecraft than a watch. The sapphire crystal dome comes with a retractable ‘hyperspace shield’. When open, the dome offers a panoramic view of the flying tourbillon.” Read more: MB&F unveils final piece of the Horological Machine No 6 puzzle What: C Seed 301, the World’s Largest Outdoor TV How much: US$1.5 million From the article: “At a simple push of a remote control button, the C Seed 301 television will rise from its underground compartment, reaching its full height of 19 feet in a respectable 25 seconds. In another 40 seconds, the seven LED panels will silently and seamlessly interlock, offering 301 inches diagonally of HDR picture-refined imaging with a 4K resolution. That is 25 feet of television real estate.” Read more: When it comes to the world’s largest outdoor TV, the C Seed 301, there’s only one question: which film shall we watch? What: The Ultra Exclusive Montgolfière Lighter How much: US$357,000 From the article: “The S.T. Dupont balloon is decorated in lacquer and gold with marvellous historical exactness. At the push of a button, the balloon rises, unveiling a 24ct gold lighter inset with pavé diamonds. The lighter required artisanal fine engraving techniques using diamond-tipped tools and micro mechanics.” Read more: Why S.T. Dupont’s hot-air balloon cigar lighter costs more than a Lamborghini What: 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO How much: Estimated US$56 million From the article: “The 1962 250 GTO – which Knight Frank says has risen 258 per cent in value – is valued at an astounding US$56 million, following a 1963 model that sold for US$70 million in 2018. Built to compete with other great racing cars of the time – the Shelby Cobra, the Aston Martin – the specs are as eye-popping as its price: zero to 100km/h in just over six seconds, a top speed in excess of 250km/h, a V12 engine, 300 horsepower and a weight-reducing geometry and chassis.” Read more: Why the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO is an ‘investment of passion’ that is coveted by the ultra-wealthy What: Savoir Beds’ Three Sixty bed How much: US$450,000 From the article: “Savoir collaborated with creator of bespoke turntable technology, Bumat. Naturally, the Three Sixty rotates a full 360 degrees smoothly and soundlessly. In addition to its silent turntable rotation that is controlled through an app, the Three Sixty also features reading lights, power USB outlets and LED lights hidden in the base to give the illusion that the bed is floating.” Read more: Try some new positions: Spin 360 degrees in your US$450,000 rotating Three Sixty bed What: Tiffany’s Christmas advent calendar How much: US$112,000 From the article: “Leave it to Tiffany & Co. to spice up the holiday season with an Advent calendar that houses knick-knacks, trinkets and diamond jewellery. Only four of these Advent calendars will go on sale, priced at US$112,000. The five-foot-high calendar has been painted to look like the jeweller’s Fifth Avenue flagship facade.” Read more: Why the Tiffany Christmas advent calendar will set you back US$112,000 – if you can find one What: Ramsmobile RM-X2 ‘multipurpose hypercar’ How much: US$1 million From the article: “One of the four versions, the Devil’s Touch Edition, offers 20-inch to 24-inch wheels with gold rims and, as if that wasn’t slick enough, a deployable continuous track system. In other words, the RM-X2 becomes your own luxury tank. Pair this with ultralight bulletproof protection options, in modified polythene, titanium or Kevlar, and Batman will be trading in his Batmobile for this beast. Ramsmobile plans to produce no more than 12 of the RM-X2 Protosin 2020.” Read more: Is it a sports car, or a tank? Check out the US$1 million ‘multipurpose hypercar’ even Batman would trade his Batmobile for Want more stories like this? Sign up here . 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