From $100 Million Penthouses to Gold-Plated Supercars

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 8, 2015
Some of the most extravagant Februrary 2015 luxury topics of note include the $1 million sale of the One57 Tower in Manhattan and the creation of a special gold-plated version of the Lamborghini Aventador for the purposes of celebrating Qatar National Day in Dubai.

While these pieces of luxury are totally out of reach for the average person, there are some products that help the average consumer bring opulence home. Some great examples of this include Zeel, a service that lets people book on-demand home massages through an app, the Swarovski CACI Microlift facial toning device, as well as food items like Lazy Snail's Escargots Mediterranee, Rougie's foie gras ravioli and decadent sculptural chocolate cubes designed by Nendo. Rather than having to dish out fistfuls of cash, these treats provide bite-sized tastes of luxury.