Iconic Italian sports car maker Lamborghini is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary in 2013. As you can imagine we will be seeing a lot of special models and events around the anniversary. This week Lamborghini has launched a first video teaser of what’s to come. The video gives a look at the past and the future of the brand. Enjoy.
Mulberry ($1,500 USD) showcases the favorite Alexa bag in textured raspberry pink leather for a perfectly timeless take on modern-vintage glamour. Polish your business look with this smart silhouette for an effortless day-to-evening choice for your new season wardrobe. Styled after the jump with a Stella McCartney blazer, a Dolce & Gabbana top, J Brand jeans, and Gucci sandals from MyTheresa. [See More]
The capital's menswear showcase, London Collections: Men, returns for a second installment next week and to coincide, the London College of Fashion has decided to put the spotlight on men's style with a series of short films. First up is Team GB silver medal-winning gymnast and Strictly Come Dancing champion Louis Smith. The 23-year-old possesses an arsenal of smart suits, skinny jeans, ties and bow ties, topped off with his ultimate accessory: his statement semi-shaved head. Enjoy.
While watch companies frequently trumpet the heritage of their artisanal techniques, Cartier may have outdone them all by releasing a watch decorated in a technique with 5,000-year-old origins. The latest Rotonde de Cartier 42 mm sports the brand’s familiar panther motif in gold granulation. This technique in which gold beads are fused together to create patterns is traced as far back as ancient Egypt, but it was perfected by the Italian Peninsula’s Etruscans prior to the rise of Rome. [See & Read More]
Talented, beautiful, risky and sexy, we're falling in love with Ukraine model Elina Fedorova. Checkout the amazing visual and take a break from winter with Elina as she heats up the set of her latest photo shoot. Enjoy.
Published in Models
Little has changed since William Grant & Sons, now one of Scotland’s few remaining family-owned distillers, built The Balvenie distillery in 1892. The Balvenie still performs every aspect of its whisky making on-site, from barley growing to bottling. It even has its own cooperage to ensure the quality of its barrels. And yet, two remarkable things occurred at the distillery in 1962. First, in June, Hamish Robertson, the master blender at the time, selected a very special barrel—cask number 5576, a large hogshead made of European oak—and filled it with new-made distillate. [See & Read More]
Published in Dining & Spirits