Introducing “Blue Island”, a fabulous 700 acre Private Island with a brand new 5700 foot asphalt Jet Airstrip. The island is located in the exquisite Exuma Cays of the Bahamas. Blue Island has over three miles of beautiful white sandy beaches, elevations to 100 feet and numerous private beachfront homesites.
A photo-op to celebrate a $1.2-million Chase the Ace lottery win in Margaree Forks, N.S., turned sour with two family members feuding over the win. I can feel her spitting on me as she talks through the screen. The greed is real.
In 2016, VICE met business partners in Atlanta who had a dream of getting into the legal weed business, but couldn’t see a way to take their illegal grow off the streets. Two years later, the entrepreneurs—Felix and Kingston—are now running Gas House, a successful legal weed company in Oakland whose products are sold in dispensaries across California. In an industry home to a small number of black business owners, Felix and Kingston have become pioneers inspiring others to leave the underground market behind.
At age 20, professional gamer Michael Schmale had it all: a steady salary, a team mansion overlooking Hollywood and a chef, personal trainer, coach and team manager who were all there to help him play at his best. But the job came with plenty of uncertainties too.
“I get the best stones, definitely the best stones.” XO rapper Belly takes us on a tour of his best pieces and shares his biggest jewelry influence on GQ mini series On the Rocks.
Skateboard legend Paul Rodriguez shows off his massive and historic sneaker collection on the latest episode of Complex Closets with Joe La Puma and goes through an array of Nike SB sneakers that have highlighted major moments in his career, ultra rare sneakers signed by Michael Jordan, and 1 of 1 shoes that Nike sent to him.
In this episode of Open Door, iconic fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee take us on a home tour of their duplex penthouse apartment at the Plaza Hotel overlooking Central Park. Hilfiger’s NYC penthouse suite has been home to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Marilyn Monroe. His office even features an authentic New York Times sign.
Adi, a Porsche obsessive, built his home around an underground garage for his six vintage cars. The house comprises three futuristic glass-fronted concrete boxes positioned for optimum views. It’s an extraordinary man-cave cut into rock, with giant rooms, a fitness zone, a cinema and a pool cantilevered over the hillside. Photos via the talented Francesca Giovanell.
In this episode of On the Rocks, Houston Rockets superstar James Harden shows off his best pieces, laments a lost Rolex, and talks about shady fake jewelry.
The many millions of viewers who watched the fight of the century between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor couldn’t help but notice how two ring girls managed to step into almost every shot and make their presence known.
You truly won’t believe some of the pieces rapper Lil Yachty has in his collection. So what do you think we’d see if we looked in his savings account? He’s either spent it all on diamonds and watches or he is really that rich!
Jay-Z and Diddy leveraged their fame to create two million-dollar brands. Born a month apart, in the same city, both named Sean (Shawn) and they both use the same cheap grape as the base of two of their most important products, that’s the Trebbiano grape, which is considered by wine officials to be a cheap grape.
When the Chateau Louis XIV sold for over $300 million two years ago, it was dubbed “the world’s most expensive home.” Now, it turns out that the paper trail leads to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, heir to the Saudi throne. In the same year he also bought a $500 million yacht and a $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting.
In the 1980s, Everglades City, Florida, was raided three times by federal law enforcement. This small fishing town of about 500 people was hiding a complex, highly organized drug smuggling network responsible for running millions of pounds of marijuana from Colombia to Miami. Former pot hauler Tim McBride took a ride out to the backwaters to explain how it all went down.
When his pristine white mansion started to look too boring, this guy decided to go all out and bring in artists from all over the globe to give it a makeover.