As the replacement for the Gallardo, Lamborghini’s all-time best-selling model, the Huracán LP 610-4 had to be good. It is better than good: It is excellent, featuring advanced design, extraordinary performance, exquisite build quality, and good manners.The Gallardo’s great shortcoming was a 6-speed automated-manual transmission that, thanks to the clunking brutality of its shifting, made the car seem like a piece of mechanized armor. The Huracán’s new 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox eliminates all that commotion, executing gear changes quickly and smoothly. And the all-wheel-drive system puts power down with electronically regulated, electrohydraulically controlled authority. [Read More]
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Starting this month, guests of 45 Park Lane’s rooftop Penthouse Suite will receive the keys to a 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith for a half-day joyride. The turbocharged 12-cylinder, 624 hp Wraith—the fastest and most powerful Rolls Royce ever—is arguably the British marque’s most stylish model to date. Touting an athletic silhouette inspired by Italy’s 1950 Lancia Aurelia and 1967 Maserati Ghibli, the $285,000 fastback coupe is meant to appeal to drivers both youthful and sophisticated. As such, the Wraith pairs well with the new and elegant Thierry Despont–designed penthouse, which combines cerused mahogany and suede accents; custom-made furnishings in leather and silk velvet; and sweeping views of Hyde Park and London’s skyline. The 1,755-square-foot penthouse is priced at about $11,500 per night. [See More]
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After more than a year on the real estate market, Miami’s Versace Mansion finally sold for $41 million in a closed-door auction this summer. For those keeping score, that’s an $83 million discount from the home’s original $125 million listing price. The infamous property was bought by the Nakash family, owners of iconic ’80s denim brand Jordache, according to The Real Deal. The Nakash’s company, VM South Beach, is the chief creditor in the mansion’s foreclosure case.The Versace Mansion had trouble finding a buyer from the get-go. Originally listed for $125 million in June of 2012, the home was the most expensive in America at the time. A few months later, however, it was price-chopped down to $100 million, then $75 million, and finally slated for bankruptcy auction. [See & Read More]
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Natalia Siwiec is Polish – you know, from that country with the most beautiful and hot girls in the world, at least that’s what she thinks (and we have to agree). The sizzling Polish goddess made Euro Cup 2012 fans drool as the bounce of her bosom distracted from the balls on the pitch. This bombshell soccer sex kitten is enough to make you miss the next goal while you daydream about a different kind of scoring play. Without further ado here’s Natalia Siwiec’s exclusive interview with our friends at His Potion and photo gallery. [See & Read More]
In the latest installment of the The Way I Cook video series, author of the Clean and Lean diet book series and the founder of Bodyism, a top gym nestled in the exclusive surroundings of London's Bulgari Hotel, Mr. James Duigan cooks a simple meal of Baked Sea Bream with a salad of pecan, cucumber, fig and avocado, that will, in his own words, "get you looking and feeling amazing". Watch the video above, to see how to make this no-nonsense, nutrient-rich dish, and to hear the mission statement of the man who inspired the following testimonial from one of his clients, none other than Mr. Hugh Grant: "James has made me thin and lightly muscled, and frankly irresistible." Enjoy.
Published in Dining & Spirits
No stranger to luxury footwear, Del Toro brings us their newest rendition of their classic velvet slippers. Draped in black velvet, the slip-on loafer is dressed in a laser-embossed paisley pattern across the entirety of its tonal upper. This handmade Italian slipper is now available via Del Toro’s Wynwood boutique and web store for $325 USD.
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