Best of Richfiles
Besides reporting on the luxury trends and bringing you the ultimate in luxury goods and services, we had also introduced Richfiles to you, recently, to know more about how the 1% of the society spends their wealth. From million dollar estates to fine art; from yachts, private jets to automobiles and more, the Rich Files celebrates the lavish lifestyle of the affluent class. So, here are our latest picks from Richfiles. Enjoy!
Michael Jordan’s Gulfstream IV: The millionaire basket ball player owns a personalized private jet “Gulfstream IV” to match his status. The aircraft sports Michael’s idealistic colors, White and Carolina Blue on the exteriors and his personal logo on the jet’s rear engine and tail.
Johnny Depp’s Vajoliroja Yacht: A boat lover’s dream vessel, the Vajoliroja got its quite unpronounceable name by conjoining the first two letters of his four family members, Vanessa, Johnny, Lily Rose, and seven-year-old Jack. This steam-powered yacht was built in 2001 and consists of a formal dining room, a master suite, and four guest cabins.
Larry Ellison’s Porcupine Creek Estate: Larry Ellison has added Porcupine Creek to his ever-growing list of real estates recently. This amazing piece of property, which has a 19-hole golf course was bought by Ellison from Yellowstone club founder Edra Blixseth for an astronomical $39.2 million.
Neo Rauch (Painting) owned by Brad Pitt: Did you know Brad Pitt is an art collector and he had splurged $1 million on a Neo Rauch painting, Etappe in 2010? This 9-foot rainbow-colored racetrack painting depicts a swirling view of a driver behind a red, Formula One-style race-car, with workers nearby carrying colored hoses.
Vijay Mallya’s Rolls Royce 1913 Silver Ghost: Liquor baron Vijay Mallya is known for his love for flashy lifestyle. And, in his finest auto collection, belongs this 1913 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost bought by the tycoon in the late 80s when it was sent to England for full restoration by the famous Rolls Royce restorer J Harley and Co. The car was also used by the Kingfisher owner in The Great American Race, where he won the Best International Entry award.