Your suit is one of your biggest sartorial investments, and should provide you with many years of enjoyment – assuming that A) you remain able to fit into it, and B) you take good care of it. While we can’t offer you much help with the former – save for pointing you in the direction of a good selection of sportswear – we do know a man more than qualified to advise on the latter. [Read More]
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.
Known for its modernist timepieces, Xetum presents its latest annual update for its signature Tyndall wristwatch. Reminiscent of last year’s release thanks to a predominately black aesthetic that includes a luxurious cork-lined leather strap alongside a PVD-coated case, the 2013 Tyndall gets a high-tech update thanks to a carbon fiber dial and Super-LumiNova hands and markers. Inside, either an ETA 2895 or Sellita SW 260 Elaboree Swiss automatic movement provides the power. Priced at $1,695 USD and limited to just 300 pieces, the carbon fiber-adorned Tyndall is now available directly from Xetum.
Friday, 08 November 2013 18:42 Written by Anthony Jeselnik
When not producing work like the forthcoming The Wolf of Wall Street, legendary director Martin Scorsese also keeps busy with smaller-scale ventures. Here, the native New Yorker creates a commercial for Dolce & Gabbana, presenting their newest fragrance – The One ($99.00 USD) – with a new short. The charming film stars Scarlett Johansson as a traveling model while Matthew McConaughey, rather luckily, plays the gentleman that courts her. The two unite at the top of an old building downtown in timeless romantic fashion, reflecting on change. Enjoy the director’s cut of the short featured above. Enjoy.
Saturday, 10 August 2013 22:28 Written by Anthony Jeselnik
Richard Mille‘s latest wrist piece, the RM 030 Americas Limited Edition ($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.
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 $130 USD respectively, the two designs are now available online and in-store at Kith‘s Manhattan and Brooklyn storefronts. [See More]
British furniture firm Splinter Works has brought the hammock indoors with its latest limited edition product, the Vessel Hammock Bathtub ($TBA). The unique carbon fiber construction allows for that beautiful curved form and also makes the tub light enough to hang. The unique form doesn’t get in the way of function either as the tub features an insulated foam core that ensures water stays nice and warm and with room for two — arguably an experience you’d like to share.
Breitling gives its latest nod to aviators and their heritage with the new Transocean Unitime Pilot. The timepiece does so through the crown-adjustable world time system that corrects all indications, allowing the wearer to effortlessly negotiate travel between different timezones. The movement is a Manufacture Breitling Caliber B05, which is housed in a satin-brushed steel case with a steel mesh bracelet. The Pilot is available with a blue dial, polished red gold case, and with a 1,000-piece limited edition black steel case and bracelet. For further details on the Transocean Unitime Pilot Chronograph, visit Breitling’s website here.
For fans of Christian Louboutin’s dangerously spiky silhouettes, the French footwear brand releases the overzealous Dandy Pik Pik Velours. The slip-on is being described by the brand as the Louis Pik Pik in loafer form. The shoe is made from black calfskin suede and, of course, features the brand’s signature red bottoms. You can purchase a pair of the Dandy Pik Pik Velours from christianlouboutin.com for approximately $1,807 USD.
There are a lot of things to admire about Gucci, but the thing that strikes me most is the brand’s commitment to interesting hardware. Horse bits, stirrups, bamboo – the Gucci has made a legacy of adorning its bags with interesting signature metal work. For Gucci Fall 2013, the go-to piece seems to be a big, bold, rectangular buckle that’s being referred to as the Gucci Lady Buckle ($3,190 USD) and is often paired with striking jaguar print. (Which simply looks like leopard to me, but sure, we’ll go with Gucci’s story on which big cat it is.) If that look’s a bit too bold for you, you can also get the elements independently on a black leather version of the Gucci Lady Buckle Tote or a jaguar-print bamboo bag. As always, other brand staples are plentiful in the collection – lush python, logo hardware and Guccissima prints. [See More]