The Luxury Review: An Exclusive Look at High-End Products

Luxury brands, including Bentley, Ducatti, and Billionaires Row, will head to Manhattan's Metropolitan Pavilion on May 10 for The Luxury Review. The event will serve as a showcase for the newest products and services, ranging from beauty and skincare to fine wine and champagne.

Auto enthusiasts will not be disappointed, with the unveiling of Bentley's new Continental GTC convertible, as well as Ducati's limited-edition Superbike 1199 Panigale - introduced by Steven Radt himself.

Leica Camera will appear for the first time in the U.S. with select cameras, offering attendees an exclusive chance to preorder, and The Ross Bennett Collection will bring fashion to the event with a one-of-a-kind clothing line. Spirits will also be showcased, with Billionaires Row present to launch their new champagne, Brut Rose, for the first time in 25 years.

Other featured guests will include Aston Martin, Classic Car Club Manhattan, Davidoff Cigars, Edmiston & Company Yachting, Hacker-Craft, Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry, Jet Aviation, Keith Lloyd Couture, La Maison du Chocolat, Lili Diamonds, Maker's Mark, Manhattan Woods Golf Club, Tracie Martyn Skincare, WinesbyWives.com, V Georgio Vodka and Uber Transportation.

"An unprecedented number of leading luxury brands have chosen the elevated experience offered by The Luxury Review event to introduce their offerings to the media along with their invited high-net worth clients," said Bradford Rand, CEO of RAND Luxury.

A portion of proceeds from the silent auction being held by Grandstand Sports & Memorabilia that evening will benefit The American Red Cross.

The Luxury Review is a one-night, invitation-only affair. For a full list of brands, visit www.theluxuryreview.com.

Read more on:

Suggested Articles:

Gen Z travelers believe tourism benefits local communities, aids the understanding other cultures and builds life experiences and self-confidence.

Roger Dow, U.S. Travel Association president and CEO, "strongly urges visitors and residents alike to wear masks and adhere to all healthy practices."

In response to the E.U. banning Americans, ASTA president Zane Kerby said it was "short-sighted" and could have "unintended long-term…