Posted on June 4, 2020
Luxury items are not basic necessities, but highly desirable items people need to get, and stay, ahead in the modern society. For many of today’s wealthy, they only need to spend a very small percentage of their income to acquire many of the season’s must-have luxury items and stay ahead of the trends.
If your luxury brand is looking for ways to stay ahead of this year’s hottest luxury trends, keep reading as we take a look at some of 2020’s luxury trends that have the wealthy competing with their neighbours, peers and business partners. Let’s get started:
Luxury Trends To Stay Ahead Of In 2020
Cars- Rolls-Royce and Bentley remain the most popular brands in today’s luxury car market. The 2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom ensures more than an extravagant statement of status and wealth. It is also a pleasure and utter joy to drive. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan is another new addition in the luxury car market with its rather unusual design. With a four-wheel drive system from BMW, the Cullinan is adequate for off-road trip as well. The Bentley Mulsanne feels like an aristocratic limousine that announces its presence from a mile away. It’s an ideal luxury car if you have a full-time driver. The 3rd generation of Bentley Flying Spur still has the same muscular design. With noticeably improved steering and balance, the comfort level is even higher than before.
Watches- watchmakers continue to deliver the latest models in the luxury market. The Breguet Antique Number 2667 features a couple of oscillating bodies and a stunning 18k yellow gold case. The Louis Moinet Meteoris is a bundle of four luxury watches that each contains a small meteorite fragment. Named Tourbillon Moon, Tourbillon Asteroid, Tourbillon Mars and Tourbillon Rosetta Stone, there’s something special about having a piece of extra-terrestrial object on your wrist. The Hublot Big Bang Diamond is a true definition of luxury watch with 782 baguette diamonds on its strap, 179 diamonds on its dial and 302 diamonds on its white gold case.
Smartphones- luxury smartphones are by no means cutting edge, but they represent the lavish opulence of their owners. The $500,000 Goldvish Revolution is a Samsung Galaxy A20 with 18ct rose gold and white gold case, encrusted with VVS graded diamonds. The Diamond Crypto is a Vivo S1 Pro, adorned with 40 white and 10 blue diamonds. It has a solid platinum body and sold for $1.3 million. The iPhone 4 Diamond Rose is made of imperial pink granite with Nubuck leather lining. The Apple logo on the back is constituted of 53 diamonds. The iPhone 4S Elite Gold has more than 100 carats of flawless diamonds on its bezel. On its rear, there are 53 diamonds and Apple logo made of 24ct gold.
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