- Neiman Marcus unveiled its 2019 Christmas Book, a curated collection of 800 holiday gift ideas, including eight ultra-luxe “Fantasy Gifts” with price tags that hit upwards of $700,000.
- This year marks the 60th anniversary of Neiman Marcus Fantasy Gifts, which include hands-on excursions like customizing your own pair of Christian Louboutins in Paris and sitting front row at New York Fashion Week.
- We took a look at the Fantasy Gifts and some of the most expensive items from the Christmas Book below.
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The luxury department store just unveiled the 60th edition of its Neiman Marcus Fantasy Gifts, part of its annual Christmas Book that essentially serves as a guide to holiday shopping for the one percent. If you’ve got just shy of a million dollars squirreled away for the perfect present, then Neiman Marcus has got you covered, whether you’re looking for a limited-edition Aston Martin car designed by Daniel Craig, a $70,000 multi-story “pet paradise,” or a vending machine full of Moët champagne.
Neiman Marcus has published its Christmas Book since 1926, in what was then a 16-page booklet designed as a Christmas card for the department store’s top customers. In recent years, it has become known for its opulent, ostentatious gifts.
We took a look at this year’s Neiman Marcus Fantasy Gifts, as well as some of the most expensive items from the Christmas Book, below.
Celebrity Dining: 007 Aston Martin designed by Daniel Craig
James Bond actor Daniel Craig himself designed this limited-edition Aston Martin DBS Superleggera — and there are only seven available. (We see what you did there, Mr. 007.) The package also includes a luxury Omega watch with a hand-engraved case and two tickets to the world premiere of “No Time To Die.”
Celebrity Dining: Custom dog house designed by Rockstar Puppy and Denise Richards
Designer Jessica Clark of Rockstar Puppy will travel directly to your home to custom design a “pet paradise” dog house, with help from actress and dog enthusiast Denise Richards.
Celebrity Dining: A stay at Boucheron’s Place Vendôme apartment and your very own Perle au Trésor
This gift will take you to Paris for a stay at Boucheron’s Place Vendôme apartment, where you’ll meet with Boucheron creative director Claire Choisne and receive a tour of the Boucheron workshops.
The gilded cherry on top? You’ll take home a Perle au Trésor, a “precious objet d’art that opens to reveal a necklace, a bracelet, and two brooches.”
Celebrity Dining: Design your own shoes at the Christian Louboutin atelier in Paris
At the Christian Louboutin atelier in Paris, you’ll work with a group of artisans to create a custom shoe before dining at the Michelin-starred Divellec and catching a cabaret show at the Crazy Horse.
You’ll also get to take home an additional five pairs of kicks for the road, of course.
Celebrity Dining: Shop with Jeff Staple in Tokyo and snag limited-edition sneakers
A hypebeast’s fantasy, this gift involves one-on-one access with streetwear expert and shoe designer Jeff Staple on a four-day trip to Tokyo. Visitors will check out Staple’s favorite haunts and also snag at least eight limited-edition Staple shoes coming in 2020.
Celebrity Dining: Learn how to make pasta at Chef Massimo Bottura’s country house in Modena, Italy
Chef Massimo Bottura will host guests at his country house in Modena, where he will teach a cooking class alongside third-generation pasta maker Giuseppe Di Martino. Participants will also be given an exclusive table at Bottura’s three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Osteria Francescana, and spend a day driving luxury cars in “Italy’s Motor Valley.”
Celebrity Dining: Star in a video on celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic’s Instagram
Famous celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic will host a personalized one-hour makeup session broadcast on his personal Instagram, during which you’ll “see for yourself why celebrities book him a year in advance,” according to Neiman Marcus.
Guests will also receive tickets to Dedivanovic’s “The Masterclass” and a package of high-end products used during the tutorial.
Celebrity Dining: Attend fashion week like an insider
This trip to New York Fashion Week in February 2020 will pull out all the stops, including front-row seats to four fashion shows of your choice, a designer outfit to keep from each show, and personal hair, makeup, and styling services.
Celebrity Dining: Moët & Chandon Champagne Vending Machine
This specialty Moët & Chandon vending machine comes in black, white, or gold for all your champagne dispensing needs. However, this price tag does not include alcohol.
Celebrity Dining: TUMI Aluminum Extended Trip Luggage
Why travel with regular luggage when you can do so in style with a gold-plated suitcase?
Celebrity Dining: Shinola Third Man Record Edition Gift Set
Play those old records on this sleek Shinola record player, which comes with a vinyl collection gift set.
Celebrity Dining: “The Impossible Collection of Cigars”
“The Impossible Collection of Cigars” comes with a humidor and book stand.
Celebrity Dining: Christolfe Pharrell Fashion Mood Flatware Set
This 24-piece flatware set was designed by legendary chef Jean Imbert and Pharrell Williams.
Celebrity Dining: Versace Barocco Boxing Gloves
Get your blood flowing with a pair of designer boxing gloves.