Would You Pay $200,000 to Have Dinner With Christopher Buckley and Malcolm Gladwell?
Santa and Berkeley-based cupcake car designers Lisa Pongrace and Greg Solberg
Unfair Park was among those at the Dallas Contemporary this morning getting an early look at this year's Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, and among the gems inside: this high-performance, Burning Man-tested cupcake car, yours for the low, low price of $25,000 (Santa not included).
Other highlights on display this morning include this souped-up electric motorcycle (only $73,000), his-and-hers private planes ($250,000), a massive chandelier valued at a mere $12,000 and a $200,000 seat at the Algonquin Round Table next to the likes of Malcolm Gladwell, Christopher Buckley, Nora Ephron, Anna Deavere Smith and George Stephanopoulos.
Update: For some holiday shopping inspiration, check out our slide show from the showcase.
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