Love this style, fits London town perfectly.
In autumn, who is your best friend? Sweater and cardigan.
Emmanuelle Alt 📷 by Sandra Semburg
Simple chic with white shirt and denim.
Being part of nature is important to human life
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In celebration of its 175th anniversary, Patek Philippe is releasing a very special, limited edition World Time Moon timepiece. Alongside a multi-part dial for the world time function and hour hand representing the Southern Cross, the most notable detail of the watch face is the moon phase display featuring an especially realistic rendering of the moon on metallized glass discs. The timepiece will be available in two models — the men’s Reference 5575 comes in a 39.8mm 18k white gold case while the women’s Reference 7175 will come in a 38mm 18k rose gold case with a diamond bezel. The watch is powered by the self-winding caliber 240 HU LU developed especially for the moon phase display, while the solid case back features a commemorative engraving. Limited to only 1,300 pieces for the men’s model
Author: Gavin Yeung / Source: HODINKEE
The Supercomplication, as per Sotheby’s directly is:
"A gold, double-dialed and double open-faced, minute repeating clockwatch with Westminster chimes, grande and petite sonnerie, split seconds chronograph, registers for 60-minute and 12-hours, perpetual calendar, moon-phases, equation of time, dual power reserve for striking and going trains, mean and sidereal time, central alarm, indications for times of sunrise/sunset and a celestial chart for the night time sky of New York City."
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The most recent addition to Yuusuke Karasawa Architects portfolio of work is the “S House” which can be found near the Omiya station in the Japanese prefecture of Saitama. Yuusuke Karasawa is an architectural designer born, raised and educated in Tokyo, and founded his self-titled company in 2006. Since then, his team have been responsible for some of the most unusual and intricately executed work seen today. The S House, reminiscent of M.C. Escher’s piece ‘Relativity’ combines the use of negative space and layered interconnectivity to present an homage to a physical representation to our cyber lives. Despite its levels of complexity, the structure flows effortlessly from the basement floor to the rooftop deck. This is literally an architectural representation of the adage: ‘You must see it to believe it’.
Author: KhrisWarhol / Source: designboom
Sea House | OpticalEcstasy
Sea House | OpticalEcstasy
omnistyle: Another snap of Adam Titchener during London Collections: Mens.
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