From Luxe Cotton Sneakers to Bespoke Jewelry Services

By: Laura McQuarrie - Sep 25, 2016
Business cards made of marble, on-demand champagne delivery services and $1,300 handbag charms are a few of the ideas that are have been introduced as some of the most innovative September 2016 luxury products.

Experiences like enjoying a glass of whiskey, going on vacation or even giving birth are being transformed into ultra-luxury experiences with a focus on personal attention; Jack Daniel's launched the 'Personal Collection' as a way to help consumers pick out a bespoke whiskey cask, while Tokyo’s Mizuguchi Hospital features an 18th century-inspired obstetric clinic for expectant mothers and The Drone the World Service offers to take professional trip photos from a never-before-seen perspective.

Items that exude the look of luxury include gilded playing cards and police whistles, as well as edible items like ice cream cones topped with edible gold leaf sheets and gold-infused olive oils.