It’s a wrap: Neiman Marcus Fantasy Gifts

Fancy a gold-coated aeroplane or a part on Broadway? It’ll set you back a few shekels

 

Remember the time you asked Santa for your own personal submarine? Your parents had to tactfully tell you that Santa had no room in his sack for it, and would you not like a Lego set instead. Well, now you can ask for the impossible – just order it from the Neiman Marcus 2016 Fantasy Gifts guide.

The US department store has unveiled its latest sackful of gifts for the super-rich, and though it doesn’t include a submersible vehicle, it does offer the ultimate in airborne luxury: a Cobalt Valkyrie-X private aeroplane in stunning rose gold, a steal at $1.5 million. Or if that seems a bit steep, why not try his & hers Island Cars, perfect for zipping around Cannes or Monaco and light enough to load onto the yacht, for $65,000 each.

For the limelight-lover in your life, there’s a walk-on part in Broadway smash musical Waitress for $30,000, or a chance to hobnob with the stars at the Grammy awards for $500,000. The list also has something for the Scrooge in your life who wouldn’t spend Christmas: a mattress with a built-in lockbox for $25,000.

Neimanmarcus.com

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