The jeans find a new home thanks to a few generous celebrities, all in the name of charity.
Amidst the bustle of Paris Couture week, celebrities step out in their evening best and dazzling Chopard pieces.
The Italian jewelry firm unveils a video and a series of photographers in support of the world’s leading independent organisation for children.
Winning what is known as the “Nobel Prize” of food, the chef sees it as a stepping-stone to greater things.
The watchmaker gives back to those in need, thanks to the sale of its luxury timepiece.
Auction of the brand’s Diva’s Dream necklace raised £225000, which will directly aid the foundation’s philanthropic efforts.
The last of the valuable treasure trove of literature is set to go on sale later this year.
Four celebrities and one luxury jewelry label work together to create a better future for Vietnam’s marginalized children.
You can now live vicariously through your favorite characters with these memorabilia.
Remy Martin collaborates with three other luxury artisans for a special cognac set auctioning this fall.
Women On A Mission raised funds for underprivileged women and girls during this Siberian-themed event.
Long-established British pop artist works with the luxury car company for a bespoke one-off.
Internet auction site eSolidar offers this piece of the star’s memorabilia for charity, specifically for the benefit of Oxfam.
No, it is not the Disney movie sequel and we highly doubt Olaf will be in attendance.
A Fiat used to ferry the Pope around New York sold at online auction for a hefty sum.
From magnificent jewels in New York to a virtual marketplace for everything, including hand-written lyrics, one sale is by Sotheby’s, the other by Invaluable.
Chopard ambassador Dumas is racing under the colors of Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque to benefit children with heart disease.
Tenacious D, actor Jack Black’s comic rock duo, put some of their stage props on auction December 22 to raise money for victims of the Paris terror attacks.
Expectations were certainly high but by the time the hammer fell on Wednesday night, the Land Rover Defender came through, raising £400,000 (US$598,440)
Santa never looked better till Paul Mason took the job for Yorkdale Shopping Center.