Making its debut appearance in James Bond's "The Spy Who Loved Me," this impeccably brilliant chair is being revived by Danish brand Montana. Originally designed by Danish designer Verner Panton, this specific piece was used in the film by the Bond villain Karl Stromberg.
FROM DEZEEN: "The late Verner Panton – better known as the designer of the Panton Chair and the Panthella lamp – originally developed the Pantonova system for Varna, a Danish restaurant that become notorious in the 1970s, thanks to the bold colours, shapes and patterns of its interior design."
Ultra rare is just the tip of the iceberg in describing the latest concoction by Aston Martin. Teaming up with Bowmore, a single-malt Whiskey dating all the way back to Scotland 1779, Aston Martin lent its DB5 piston, to create a bottle of whiskey unlike any other.
According to their website, Bowmore sees their partnership with Aston Martin as a "definitive moment in history" where they share a special 1964 distilled "Black Bowmore" in the limited-edition hybrid bottles. With only 25 bottles releasing later this Fall, the hefty £50,000 ($65,000) price tag.