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This May, Huntsman will partner with esteemed auction house Sotheby’s to stage its first online-only luxury lifestyle sale. Be inspired by these Luxury Brands – Sotheby’s x Huntsman Match Made in Mayfair!
Sotheby’s meets Savile Row in the latest covetable collaboration, as fashion house and tailor Huntsman & Sons join forces with the auction house to stage its first online-only lifestyle sale, which will be held today.
Featuring an array of bespoke pieces from the private collection of Huntsman owner and financier, Pierre Lagrange, alongside commissioned new works that exemplify the Huntsman lifestyle, this collection reflects Lagrange’s expert knowledge and appreciation of exquisite objects.
Lagrange amassed the luxury brands collection over the years and, indeed, across the globe – and it’s enticingly eclectic. Motorbike enthusiasts may find their pulses quickened by the 2018 Huntsman custom Harley-Davidson Softail Slim FLS by Warr’s Harley-Davidson London (estimated at £35,000-£45,000), which features a seat and saddle bag in Huntsman fabric. And for sporting pursuits inside the home, there’s a vintage oak pool table upholstered in Gregory Peck bespoke tweed (£15,000-£20,000).
The Harley-Davidson motorbike features design details in Huntsman fabric
Cartier Triple Calendar watch, £4,000-£6,000
Those in search of something discreet but equally head-turning will find a pair of Huntsman gold and enamel cufflinks by jeweler James de Givenchy adorned with two scarlet spiders (£2,000-£3,000). There’s also an hourglass by Marc Newson from Lagrange’s own collection (£35,000-£40,000) and a Cartier Triple Calendar watch (£4,000-£6,000).
Huntsman gold and enamel cufflinks by jeweler James de Givenchy adorned with two scarlet spiders, £2,000-£3,000
“This sale will see the legacies of two historic Mayfair institutions collide in what will be an exceptional opportunity to acquire bespoke creations from an exclusive tailor on Savile Row,” says Harry Dalmeny, Sotheby’s UK chairman.
“Our online-only sales have soared in popularity over the past year and we’re tremendously excited to inaugurate our first online lifestyle sale with such an esteemed partner.”