Polo Ralph Lauren's 2016 spring/summer collection includes a broad spectrum of styles and motifs including the incorporation of khaki, herringbone and Black Watch tartan. What it lacks in theme, the collection makes up for in its cohesive nature. Highlights included a three-piece denim suit, stripped-back heritage-inspired sweats and the ultra modern technical sportswear of the brand’s RLX line.
With a traditional hour/minute hand timekeeping mechanism, the Time Zone timepiece by Louis Vuitton sports a 39mm stainless steel case that measures just 8.4mm thick. While it doesn’t employ the 50-hour hand-painted dial of the Worldtime, it does see one that is transfer-made in-house as embossed insignia highlight different locales around the world.
Powered by an in-house LV 87 automatic caliber by La Fabrique du Temps and featuring a power reserve of 42 hours, the Escale Time Zone will set you back $7,700 USD.
NOVITEC TORADO is a German auto refinement company that recently gave the Lamborghini Huracán a makeover. Tailor made customization options include aerodynamic-enhancement components in the wind tunnel, high-tech forged wheels with matching suspension modifications and high-performance exhaust systems. The aerodynamically enhanced form emphasizes the wedge-shaped design of the Huracán and improves handling stability in higher speeds. Lastly, the engines are upgraded and tweaked to your liking as are a new set of wheels.
The latest range from McQ by Alexander McQueen takes a smart-casual approach. Comprised of staples like bomber jackets, blazers, wrinkled washed leather jackets, hooded sweatshirts, crewneck sweaters, button-up shirts, and shorts, the collection is best considered deconstructed. Some of the pieces are pretty far out there (think the wide pants) but there are tons of gems in a neutral color palette of black, gray.
For his spring/summer collection, Tom Ford draws inspiration from Andy Warhol’s Factory. The collection is peppered with pinstripes and Prince of Wales checks, turtlenecks, motor jackets, patch-worked camo suedes and slim-line tonic mohair suit. The collection also takes a trippy turn with evening jackets that incorporate era-appropriate visuals and psychedelic reflective prints.
BUSCEMI offers up a rainbow of slides with a collection aptly titled Permanent Vacation. The sandals are handcrafted from fine Italian calfskin and feature a 100 percent Vibram rubber sole and minimal “BUSCEMI” branding. The BUSCEMI Slides come in five tonal colorways: black, white, oceano blue, orange and guts red and are priced at $345 USD.
From Vancouver's Herschel Supply Co. comes its “Studio” collection for fall 2015. Offering two tiers, for the first time pieces are rendered in a protective polycoat fabric. Iconic packs like the Settlement and Heritage models, along with the Chapter travel kit, adopt water-resistant materials and feature screen-printed accents against a white, black or woodland camo backdrop. Premium tarpaulin makes a return and appears on familiar silhouettes like the Settlement backpack and Sutton Mid duffle, as well as the newly introduced Sixteen hip pack.
Here is the first look at the Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce Roadster. There aren’t too many differences when compared to its hard-top predecessor — apart from a $493,069 USD price tag and the fact that only 500 of them will be made.
The Roadster version will also feature a 739-horsepower V-12 engine, that will see it go from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, while reaching astounding tops speeds of 354 km/h. While we know it comes with a two-piece removable carbon fiber roof, more will be revealed about the car later this year.