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Arushi Sakhuja 

From jaw-dropping prices at the new York luxury real estate market to genderless beauty courtesy of Celine and Brad Pitt, here’s what went around in the world of luxury for the week.
Michael Jordan’s last dance jersey sells for $10 million


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The jersey worn by Michael Jordan during one of the most famous seasons in his NBA career, the Chicago Bulls jersey in Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals was sold off for a whopping amount. It was a representation of  the culmination of a famous season known as The Last Dance. It has been sold for a record $10.1 million at a New York auction by Sotheby’s. Allegedly, the selling price is more than double the initial estimates, setting a new auction record for a piece of sports clothing, and now a piece of history.  
Brad Pitt launches his debut skincare line Le Domaine 
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Photo Courtesy: Le Domaine Skincare/Instagram
On September 21, the renowned actor announced the debut of Le Domaine, a genderless skincare line. While much information isn’t available just yet, according to sources, the line is vegan with special attention to sustainability by using refillable packaging capped with lids of oak wood, upcycled from wine barrels. Currently, the luxury skincare line has three products, including a facial serum ($385), a daily moisturiser ($320) and a cleansing foam ($80). The fluid cream ($320) will be available in January 2023. The products are bottled in black glass with lid corks, presented in a chic white and orange box. “The goal is to imitate the organic cycles of nature, its primaeval beauty. There is no waste in nature. Anything left over or discarded becomes food for something else. This exemplary circular system is the inspiration for Le Domaine,” said Brad Pitt in an official statement.
The Central Park Penthouse towers are the costliest residences in NYC
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The Penthouse at Central Park Tower will be the tallest residence in the world soaring 1,416 feet above New York City. But that’s not all, the hefty price tag of  $25,00,00,000 makes it the country’s most expensive deal to date. The previous record was set when hedge-fund billionaire Ken Griffin paid about $238 million for a condo across the street at 220 Central Park South.⁠ 
Celine introduces a new gender-fluid fragrance
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Hedi Slimane debuted a line of 11 genderless perfumes in 2019, making no distinction or separation between traditional masculine and feminine notes.  Nine of the scents launched in November 2019 as part of the house’s first fragrance line Haute Perfumerie followed by another fragrance launched at the start of 2022. Now the final scent has arrived with a distinctive profile, inspired by one very famous London street, Mayfair. Dubbed Bois Dormant which means sleeping log in French, the woody fragrance draws upon the designer’s penchant for Savile Row.  The fragrance is based on a singular ingredient -iris butter, with notes of cedar, vetiver, bergamot and juniper.
Pagani launches a new hypercar Utopia 
Pagani Utopia
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Pagani launched its latest hypercar, the Utopia. The company’s third distinct model isn’t equipped with an electrified power train. Instead, it features the same kind of internal-combustion engine that’s been in all of the brand’s vehicles—a monstrously powerful V-12 specially created by Mercedes AMG for the Italian car makers. 
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