Put on your warmest Nordic turtleneck, whip yourself up a hot buttered rum, and warm your feet by the fire—you’ve had a long day on the slopes and the lodge’s evening festivities are about to begin!
On Wednesday, I attended the Christie’s auction of Joan Rivers’s private effects. I’m sorry to report that First Wives’ Club lied.
If you were hoping to snag a sculpture of Adolf Hitler—World War 2-era German dictator and murderous, crazed motherfucker—well, we probably don’t have much in common. Also, you can’t have the one pictured above. It sold today for $17.2 million at auction.
If you’ve seen the documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, you’ll be familiar with the famous comedian’s distinctive taste in home decor. “This is how Marie Antoinette would’ve lived if she’d had money,” Rivers cracks at one point in the footage. Well, here’s your chance to get some of that style for yourself.
Just months before his death in February 2010, Alexander McQueen debuted the now-legendary Armadillo Boots in an astonishing Spring 2010 ready-to-wear runway show titled Plato’s Atlantis.
Pull up a chair, because there's no fight like a fight with a fancy-schmancy auction house—particularly when Hollywood diamonds are involved.
Christie's annual Vintage Couture sale starts next week in London, and the ten gowns up for auction have been revealed.
Christies is auctioning off Elizabeth Taylor's first wedding dress tomorrow, the one she wore to wed Conrad "Nicky" Hilton, not to be confused one of the two she wore the times she married Richard Burton, or any of her other eight marriages to seven men. (Image via Keystone/Getty)
It's not enough to make the cut to be a Playboy centerfold. Your nipples also have to be the right sort of pointy. Your butt has to have a "better curve." Enter Photoshop. Here, a rare view into the process.
[New York, March 18. Image via Getty]