Born in Italy yet well-tinged with Swiss sensibilities, CT Scuderia is the newest project from designer Enrico Margaritelli. Approaching ‘legend’ status in the watch world, Margaritelli started and ran his own brands before becoming chief designer of Fossil, and even helped launch our beloved Shinola. Presently, CT Scuderia – and its inaugural Dashboard collection – marks the evolution of Margaritelli’s style: a blend of vintage racing bike silhouettes and classic chronographs. The collection consists of several pieces, each done with oversized 46mm polished silver cases and running on a Val-Swiss 3H self-winding movement. Head over to HODINKEE to learn more about this instantly classic collection.
Why you need a complexity when simplicity is better?
Life is beautiful
Richard Mille has debuted its newest watch, the RM 011 Automatic Flyback Chronograph “Black Phantom.” The watch features matte black finish TZP ceramic case and a skeletonized dial with three subdials for the chronograph function. The watch also features a caseband, crown, and pushers crafted from NTPT — a material in the aerospace industry and F1 cars. Exclusive to the U.S. and limited to just 50 pieces, the “Black Phantom” will be available at Richard Mille boutiques in Beverly Hills and Las Vegas, as well as select Richard Mille retailers.
Set to be the world’s most expensive apartment upon completion, The Sky Penthouse is well under construction. Located in Monaco, the 35,500 square-foot penthouse is slated to hit the market with a cool $400 million USD price tag. With features such as floor-to-ceiling windows, state of the art architecture, and a large terrace with a pool, it is safe to bet that one out of the approximately 30 percent of Monaco inhabitants who are millionaires will be eager to add this to their property portfolio.
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Seeing a small crease, fold or wrinkle in your carpet or rug tends to be an annoyance that brings out the best in our OCD. With his latest creation, Italian industrial designer and architect Alessandro Isola “enhances those folds and curves creating flexibility and contrast” with the “Stumble Upon” Rug. In using a corner fold as a multifunctional table, this innovation brings comfort and function to a piece of furniture that has served the same, single purpose for more than a millennia. Isola also focused on the contrast between the two sides, where the top gives the sense it has been handmade with beautiful imperfections, while the under-laying material is a perfectly smooth, reflective surface. “From a stumble on a rug to an annoying accident that happens constantly, it has become the inspiration for an everyday usable object.”
Source: Alessandro Isola
A daydream of epic lines and breathtaking views, the Infinity House in Baleares, Spain is the stuff of music video or photo shoot lore. Designed by Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners (AABE), the grand edifice was conceived to soak up the balmy Mediterranean sun, playfully bouncing light off of its white walls. Rare Sabine pines punctuate the space and add a necessary dash of foliage to the otherwise concrete, structured interior. The kitchen, the living room, and of course the infinity pool all effectively convey the limitless feeling that likely overtakes visitors.
Like I said before, I am a huge supporter of perfect white shirt, on both men and women; and this picture has made me fall in love with blue denim shirt also. This image represents a style of simplicity and effortless chic, while maintains sexiness of a lady.
Who said a tux couldn’t or shouldn’t be worn daily?
Source: (via Jenna Lyons | Into The Gloss)
A fine example of Classicism meeting simplicity.
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