From the first glance, the weekender 2.0 clarifies that it’s made purely to satisfy the man’s craving for utilitarism on the go. Crafted from heavy 22oz waxed twill and huge, water-proof RIRI zipper, Killspencer’s latest weekender guarantees to stay by your side no matter what conditions it has to cope with.
Now, HTC has officially unveiled what carries their flag in the big slate competition, namely the Flyer. An Apple-esque, carved out of a single piece aluminum unibody contains a 1.5 GHz Tegra processor and a 1024×600 resolution on a 7-inch touchscreen. However, which makes the Flyer a real stand-out with true business abilities is HTC’s stylus called Scribe, which is basically able to take notes on whatever you want, wherever you want it inclusively the ability to comfortably send your notes afterwards.
Experience the iPad‘s new mesmerizing magnetic lock system in a decisively different way, a certainly eye-catching way. The small family business of Miniot introduces their contribution the apple-happening with this striking wood magic cover. Genuinely made in the Netherlands with wood sourced from well-managed forests, carved and ground until a flawless smooth haptic reveals. To protect the precious screen the wooden cover comes with a black suede microfiber lining that also offers an aesthetical detail when rolled to a stand.
Sooner or later, the prolific heads of Blackbird had to join forces with a leading shoemaker. With Alden of New England they found a field-proven bootmaker whereby the Leschi Picnic Saddle Oxford has been developed. The shape, classic low-heeled saddle profile, was inspired by Seattle historical figure, Frank Osgood who substantially had influence on Seattle’s street culture and city landscape. A bright color contrast of suede and smooth calf leathers in navy and black adds a dandyish edge to the classic shape, while an antique colored Goodyear single welt construction ensures these pair to be used on numerous occasions.
While Sweden is widely known for an excellent design history, a unique heritage in furniture design and fashion, there’s also that supercarmaker known for its massive exhaust design. Koenigsegg has now taken the wraps off of the next Swedish mark of excellence in engineering, the 1.099 horsepower boasting Agera R. Imagine a super-light projectile listening to your command with a possible maximum torque of 885 lb-ft at 4.100 rpm offering you a tremendous sprint to 60 in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 245 mph. Inside the Agera R rumbles a twin turbo-charged aluminum 5.0-liter V8, a seven-speed dual clutch and a seemingly endless feature list including carbon ceramic brakes with Sport ABS, hydraulic lifting system, tire monitoring system, rear-view camera and so on.
It was back in 1997 as the creative entrepreneur behind GUESS, Paul Marciano, found himself imagine a prestigious brand that would provide smart luxury to a demanding clientele, and Gc watches was born. This particular open timekeeper comes in a limited edition of 150 pieces and immediately attracts attention to the wrist with its open skeleton design exhibiting true Swiss made technical sophistication how it beeps and revolves. The stainless steel 44mm case embodies a manual-wind ETA caliber 2801 with 17 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power reserve of 42 hours.
So you’re still seeking for details that make your home even a bit more cozy and habitable you might find yourself considering this unique wall clock. A thick, twisted jute rope gives this 11-inches watch the ability to enhance your decor with a strong maritime spirit, which is an ever-green in today’s in-house design. Inside works a standard battery-powered Quartz movement.
When there’s a certain need to carry your personal data on paper, you’ll quickly fall in love with a casing that cares for a hand full of cards – and whilst you’re already on the go a neat way to stow your buds might come in handy as well. Part of Pottery Barn‘s Saddle Leather range comes this handy duo in a subtly distressed leather with hand-stitched detailing and faux sude interior.
Since its inception Matt & Nat is cultivating a socially conscious production and rigorously adhere to their unique linings made of 100% recycled plastic bottles. The Gordon is a classic shaped laptop bag that comes with a subtly striking tone in tone stitching and checkered pattern stripe on top of cognac colored leather. The inside reveals not just the recycled faux suede lining, but also multiple pockets for your mobile, PDA and a padded laptop compartment.
Unfortunately, the fashion of carrying a watch in each waistcoat fob pocket, or at least owning a pocket watch at all, quickly broke off as the first wrist watch caught attention. Now, the avant-garde watchmaker De Bethune introduces their attempt to reawake a once ubiquitous elaborate masculine jewelry with fitting a watch on the back of a smartphone. The DBM adds a touch of soul to the modern-day gentlemen’s electronical companions via a precious watch incorporated in the patinated feel of the chestnut brown full-grain alligator leather. Even though its use is questionable, the hand-guilloché dial with flame-blued steel hands definitely is an aesthetically enhancement while the used mechanical DB 1024 calibre with up to 6 days of power reserve provides the technical pillars for the serious collector.
Prepare yourself to roam the urban wilderness with Kill Spencer’s latest case for the iPad2, or similar sized tablet. The case is crafted of military-grade 22oz waxed twill and features a water resistant RIRI zipper. The inside reveals a blac neoprene lining which is also padded to protect your precious tablet from shocks and spontaneous rainfalls.
Utilitarian design and waxwear is what defines Jack Spade and this particular bag of Spade’s upcoming season. Alongside providing a certain durability and a pretty unique haptic experience, waxwear is also able to refinish itself when exposed to heat. The wax impregnated bag comes detailed with leather trim, custom die-cast hardware and a polyurethane backed cotton lining with a grey check pattern.
1869 was the year the German watchmaker Mühle made its first appearance with introducing precise measuring instruments for the watchmaking industry in the history-charged town Glashütte. The Germanika V strikes with a classy understated appearance yet rounded off by a modern 44mm case. The no-fuss dial completes a consistent look that is made to last on a style-conscious man’s wrist whilst a Swiss automatic Sellita caliber SW 220-1, with Muehle-specific regulation, the so-called “woodpecker neck regulation”, fast date correction and a power reserve of 38 hours provides the precision and intricacy you demand for an accessory.
In the frame of their forthcoming 918 Spyder, POrsche has now introduced a 911 Turbo S special edition, named the Edition 918 Spyder. The Ingolstädter team designed this special 911er to provide a really enticing tidbit of how the 918 Spyder will be when it starts shipping in 2013. However, the special edition will be enjoyable by this year and features the same striking acid green accenting and carbonfibre throughout. The powerful V8 will produce 530 horsepower to achieve a scant 3 seconds sprint inclusively the Porsche sought-after driving dynamics and roaring.
After just 9 years in business, Thom Browne already established itself in mens fashion industry including a recent peak with getting rewarded the “Most Influential Designer in Menswear WGSN Fashion” award. This in mind, a simple essential as a credit card holder makes a totally different noise. It’s crafted of flawless black premium quality leather and features Thom Browne’s signature red, white and blue ribbon tab and a similar American-colors check pattern lining in the inside.