It’s safe to say rose gold has become the must-have metal of the year. Its warm color—a pinkish tint from mixing copper with gold—is pretty much everywhere, from jewelry to makeup palettes and even hair. And while we can probably expect rose gold-colored iPhones and wireless Beats topping this year’s holiday wish list, there’s a new highly covetable gift that has recently caught our eyes: a $1.5 million plane in, that’s right, rose gold.
Every year, Neiman Marcus publishes its annual Christmas Book filled with the most luxe presents like a $599 luggage set or a $500,000 diamond-encrusted bracelet. But these items pale in comparison to the Fantasy Gifts: ten extravagant, sometimes tongue-in-cheek experiences and items such as a $30,000 walk-on role in Broadway musical Waitress and an opportunity to attend a private quarterback camp with Joe Montana in San Francisco for $65,000.
An Allure staffer gets a rose gold hair transformation:
The most over-the-top gift of all is the aforementioned Cobalt Valkyrie-X private plane. Set to launch next year, this transportation masterpiece will be one of the fastest piston jets in the world, traveling at 230 mph. Not only is the exterior coated in the lustrous shade, the plane’s interior is tastefully accented in rose gold, as well—complete with hand-stitched cream leather seats for four and plentiful storage for your luggage, golf clubs, and skis. Even better, with the purchase of each Cobalt Valkyrie-X, the fashion retailer will donate $200,000 to The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation, a charitable foundation that supports youth art education.
With a range of 1,150 ground miles, the plane is perfect for a weekend getaway (we recommend escaping to one of these tech-free destinations). Or, if you have money to spare, you can purchase another fantasy gift and fly your new jet to England for a week-long stay at three Downton Abbey-worthy countryside estates for $700,000.
Note: Pilot not included.
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