If you happen to be in London today—Wednesday, October 17—and in the market for a life-size and life(?)-like replica of Kate Moss’s face made entirely of gold, boy, do I have some good new for you.
A collection of 54 rings—Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Viking, and medieval in origin—is coming up for auction. They look great and I need to own all of them.
You can snag an old notebook containing Drake’s early lyrics right now for the low, low price of $54,000! The purple notebook contains 12 pages of lyrics, personal notes, multiple instances of Drake’s signature—signed with his government name, Aubrey Graham—as well as a smattering of phone and credit card numbers. It…
Attention anyone who has gamely shimmied their way through an earnest rendition of “Cabaret” for an audience of mostly parents or a single teddy bear while wearing character shoes and a lot of lash: Liza Minnelli is auctioning off a bunch of her stuff in an attempt to “downsize her life.”
Ever wanted to own a piece of history? How about a piece of something that happened a week and a half ago that didn’t really change much and inspired bitter arguing from all sides, but was ultimately a harmless and fine show of good faith? The world moves fast and history meanders in mysterious ways, in other words:…
A water-stained letter from the Titanic written by an admirably realistic first class passenger on the ship’s stationary just sold for £126,000 at auction, a record sale for a note written on the ship.
Madonna said something stupid again—we just happen to be learning it about 25 years later.
The Venn Diagram mapping people of considerable wealth and people enamored with Audrey Hepburn surely has at least some overlap. And if you are one of those who falls in the middle, take note: now you can purchase a variety of the actress’s personal belongings.
On Monday afternoon, Page Six published a story about a recent performance of Sunset Boulevard (the Andrew Lloyd Webber revival currently on Broadway) after which its star, six-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close, took to the stage to auction off some props from that night’s show: her glasses and fake eyelashes. The…
On Sunday afternoon, the telephone of Nazi Germany leader Adolf Hitler was purchased at auction for $243,000. It’s unclear why someone would covet an item once in intimate proximity to undiluted evil. Rich tapestries, I guess.
In the market for a lightly used vintage wedding dress and engagement ring with just a faint patina of marital bad luck? What about a familiar striped workout leotard? Good news, then: Jane Fonda is selling a bunch of her shit.
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.
A large collection of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia is going up for sale later this year in Los Angeles. What, like you needed to have life savings?
A humble wooden chair sold at a NYC auction for $394,000 on Wednesday—all because it happens to be the seat that J.K. Rowling planted her buns on while writing the first two Harry Potter books.
A letter from James Bond creator Ian Fleming is due to be auctioned off in the coming weeks. It reveals that while yes, Pussy Galore was a lesbian, she just needed a proper man to come along and fuck it out of her.
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.
If you were the type of kid that watched The Little Princess starring Shirley Temple on repeat, you might be into news of the actress’s memorabilia being auctioned off. Costumes worn in some of Temple’s famous films, such as Curly Top and Bright Eyes will be sold, along with other items such as dolls, toys, props,…
Oprah is opening up her vault of fancy rich lady wares and holding an auction to rid herself of a few of her least favorite things. The items, culled from her Chicago home, make both zero sense and all the sense at the same time. I might not have originally thought that Oprah would be a fan of giltwood lamb…
If you need a little push to sprinkle some color into your wardrobe, consider this little communique from human argument for the glamour of sunglasses Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: "I just love this suit & will wear it everywhere as I am SO sick of everyone constantly in black — like Mediterranean villages where…
People spent more than $3.2 million buying memorabilia from Madonna's '80s glory days, proving people have too much damn money.