Saturday, 21 September 2013 16:15 Written by Alan Caruso
Soneva Fushi’s ultimate villa The Jungle Reserve ($40,000 per month), occupying prime position on the sunrise side of the island. This magnificent escape, built from bamboo and other sustainable woods under a traditional thatched roof, has been revitalized to improve upon its already legendary reputation. Guests enjoy dramatic indoor living areas linked by tropical open living spaces, romantic terraces, scenic decks and idyllic walkways surrounding by a huge private seaside swimming pool. Facilities are exceptional. There are three additional and spacious bedrooms for family or friends, a kitchen with wine cellar, a personal gym and a dedicated spa pavilion with sauna and steam bath below a private massage suite. When you’ve finished sunbathing, spa treatments and dining, retreat to your single level master villa with indoor and outdoor bathrooms surrounded by tropical gardens. We’ll leave you to discover our all time favorite rain shower, hidden in the jungle. Enjoy. (www.soneva.com, +66 (0) 2631-9698)
Published in Entertainment & Travel
Mila Ryzhkova, yet another sensation to take tumblr blogs by storm. She is only 18 years old but the future seems bright for her, imagine all those camera flashes. Beside her over-appealing sexiness, we tried to find out more about Mila. Here’s a very short interview followed by a photo gallery you’ll not easily forget. [See & Read More]
Published in Models
As the champagne wars heat up, another power player in the game, Armand de Brignac, has recently launched their Dynastie Collection. This is a one of a kind collection of Brut Gold Champagne that includes every available format. Its release is similar to the way musicians like Neil Young have been known to release their entire collection at one time.Included is the standard 750 milliliter bottle right up to the 30-liter Midas Champagne. They have hooked up with Las Vegas of course to showcase the collection, at the Hakkasan Las Vegas night club. At $500,000, only the real heavy rollers can afford it, making it the most expensive bottle service ever. The collection amounts to 109 bottles and Hakkasan, a five-level culinary and nightlife mecca at the MGM Grand, is well equipped to deliver an over-the- top service of this sort. [Watch & Read More]
Published in Dining & Spirits
Saturday, 10 August 2013 22:28 Written by Anthony Jeselnik
Richard Mille‘s latest wrist piece, the RM 030 Americas Limited Edition ($TBA) watch, is taking the idea of rarity to a new level. Exclusively available in North and South America, there are only 30 pieces up for grabs in total. The watch is composed of a smooth jet-black carbon nanotube casing and a clean black rubber strap. Detailed with an orange upper flange, as well as orange accents on the crown protector and hands, the RM 030 Americas Limited Edition watch and features a Calibre RMAR1 with a 55-hour power reserve. Finding this rare Richard Mille piece might be a bit of a challenge as stockists have been handpicked across the two continents, but enjoy a look above.
Published in Style & Beauty
German sports car manufacturer Porsche displays its new 4-door Panamera in a new video highlighting the exterior alterations. A brand not known for drastic changes in styling but more for the “evolution” of its designs, Porsche refines the luxury wagon with subtle changes in the aerodynamics of the car such as a new rear fender, window forms, front facade and roof line. Unchanged is the sporty nature of the vehicle, with aggressive attributes like the wide wheels, flared arches and red Brembo brakes still present. The above video places multiple models cruising across the San Francisco Bay Bridge, thus enticing the viewer to research further into the newest model of the luxury lifestyle vehicle via Porsche’s dedicated Panamera microsite. Enjoy.
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Ronnie Fieg presents the fourth and final installment of his collaborative Spring/Summer 2013 footwear range alongside Sebago. Where previous drops included the likes of the Almani, Vincent, Schooner, and Docksides, part 4 sees new versions of both the Schooner and Spinnaker. This time around the Spinnaker retains its handsewn moc-toe boat shoe aesthetic, pairing rich light blue nubuck with a light grey nubuck collar, a leather sock liner, navy rawhide laces, and a non-marking Docksides sole. The Schooner, on the other hand, sits atop a slip-resistant Campsides sole and features genuine moccasin construction with a light brown nubuck upper, a light denim collar, white rawhide laces, and calfskin lining. Retailing for $115 and $130 USD respectively, the two designs are now available online and in-store at Kith‘s Manhattan and Brooklyn storefronts. [See More]