The wedding of Interscope and Beats founder Jimmy Iovine, 62, to Liberty Ross, 37 (taking place Feb. 14 at David Geffen’s Beverly Hills mansion) likely has guests stressing over a suitable gift for a couple that already has it all. New York wedding planner Marcy Blum, who has overseen nuptials for Billy Joel, LeBron James and others, says that a meaningful present for 1 percenters requires a degree of creativity. “Clients like this — high profile and wealthy — don’t need you to get them a wine decanter or barware.” Instead, try these three (likely) no-fail suggestions:
A restored Bosendorfer piano from the Vienna Opera House is perfect “for someone who is vocal about music’s future,” says Blum. “It speaks to music’s agelessness.” $275,000; 1stdibs.com
Blum suggests checking art websites — like Artsy, which sells works by established and up and coming artists — for presents that have “longevity.” For inspiration, Ross is a fan of Alex Israel.
Price upon request; artsy.net
This story originally appeared in the Feb. 20 issue of Billboard.