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Los Angeles

Rotating D’Angelo House Hits the Market

Over the years, the Beatles have had the pleasure to party in many houses in the city, but this is by far the house that has the momentum of the Beatles lingering even until this day. The 857 square-foot rotating D’Angelo House is very small compared to most luxury houses, but very large in its lore of the legendary band, who, back in 1965 spent time in the home while on tour in Los Angeles. Read More

Los Angeles

Los Angeles Haute 100 Update: Quincy Jones, Brad Pitt, Henry Segerstrom and more

Our annual Haute 100 list is a compilation of the most influential individuals in business, technology, fashion and other top industries. We don’t have to search far to find the 100 most intriguing and successful people in LOS ANGELES, but it can be quite a task to keep up with them. As such, a yearly update simply isn’t enough. Read More

Dubai

Luxury Memorabilia: The Billionaire Gallery Now at Harvey Nichols Dubai

Coming soon this October to Harvey Nichols Dubai is Billionaire Gallery, an exhibition featuring a coveted selection of rare and authentic collectables. The original concept derives from the Millionaire Gallery Inc. which has been designing the finest sports, entertainment, and historical displays for more than twenty five years. Featuring elegant and creative presentations to handcrafted framework including a unique and distinct collection of vintage Hollywood photography and art, the corporation has helped to create an industry that collectors of all categories admire. Read More

Los Angeles

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Old House Listed For $3.1M

The 1949 developed luxury residence on Benedict Canyon once owned by the Beatles, Cary Grant, the Rolling Stones and the most recent Zsa Zsa Gabor has been listed on the market at $3.1 million. In the past, the Beatles rented the 4,330 square foot house from Zsa Zsa Gabor back in 1965 on their North American Tour, the very same home where the Fab Four were infamous for throwing a party that led to their inspiration for “She Said, She Said.” The property features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, two wetbars, a wine cellar, hardwood floors, five fireplaces, six car garage and pool, all on 2.53 acres of land. Read More

San Francisco

Jim Clark’s Midas Touch: The Creator of the Silicon Valley Gold Rush

Jim Clark, the founder of Netscape and brain behind a slew of other innovative computer platforms, helped make Silicon Valley synonymous with bleeding edge technology and economic might. His wife Kristy Hinze Clark took the Australian fashion world by storm when at 14 she became the youngest model to sign a contract with Australian Vogue. Read More

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