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Director of Product Management - Creative Services & Marketing Analysts, User Experience
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via hypebeast.com Based on Ferrari’s 458 Spider, it’s powered by the latest 605 hp 4497 cc V8 engine, offering up a 0 to 60 mph time of 3 seconds flat. The two-seater barchetta features Ferrari-sourced internals, levelled proportions and elegant curves, all of which culminate in a handsome looking vehicle. Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 10, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
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via www.highsnobiety.com Nike has just dropped off a new black-on-black take on the classic Air Force 1. The high-top option notes leather construction, of course featuring the accustomed ankle strap. The lone offset for the monochromatic pair comes via the silver lace tab, as you can go ahead and pick up the murdered-out makeup today through select Swoosh stockists. Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 9, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com Converse Japan vintage One Star J Suede silhouette in a new blue and white iteration. The classic model, which is famous for its one star logo and Japanese exclusivity, dons a supple suede upper in a tonal blue coating as white overlays decorate the insole, laces, and midsole. A vintage rubber midsole outfits the low top sneaker, providing the ideal fit and aesthetic for everyday casual wear. Look for the Converse One Star J Suede blue/white Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 9, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
If less is more, the Porsche 911R might be everything. The German automaker took the 4-liter engine from the GT3 RS and matched it to a six-speed manual transmission. It threw out the back seats and air conditioner, and used carbon fiber to bring the car's weight down to just over 3,000 pounds. The result is a $184,900 car that will go to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and likely be an absolute thrill to drive Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 3, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com the Predator Instinct which has been reverted back to its original colorway. After unveiling all sorts of renditions including a glow-in-the-dark version, the latest edition is the 16th addition to the iconic Instinct collection. The latest version features the classic black canvas with bold red rubberized zones, in addition to contrasting white stripes and branding on the tongue. Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 23, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com the Revolution Training Jacket, a lightweight offering designed with movement as its chief focus. Taking design tips from Nike’s Golf department – who recently designed a jacket allowing full mobility on a swing – the jacket uses a stretch engineered mesh that runs through the back, shoulders and upper arms. The sleeves are constructed to move without interference from the jacket chassis, ensuring a full range of motion. The inside of the jacket features a jacquard mesh for breathability and comfort, while the translucent outer shell ensure all the technical elements of the jacket are on display. Futhermore,... Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 13, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com Nike Roshe Run NM SP “Fleece Pack” yesterday, we now have a closer look at the Tier Zero release sneakers. The uppers are constructed from textured fleece fabrics of which are tastefully color-blocked against each other for the different panels. Furthermore, the two-tone design and Hyperfuse technology add further juxtaposition to an otherwise very clean sneaker. Finishing touches include contouring at the toe box and emblazoned branding at the rear. Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 7, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com It’s great to see the accessibility and profile of Sassafras rising, with twice as many UK-based stores now offering the brand's gardening-inspired clothing. End is the latest shop to do so, having just received a number of utilitarian shirts, pants and jackets made from durable materials like duck canvas, denim, wool, and a real staple in the line season after season, 60/40. —Available online from End Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 6, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com Homespun socks are some of softest, most comfortable work socks I think I’ve owned. The secret is in the predominantly cotton construction, with added wool for warmth and just enough synthetic material to keep them returning to their original shape. They look just like a classic pair of work socks, but are far removed in texture from the scratchy varieties we’re all surely familiar with. Homespun Dustbowl Work Socks Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 2, 2016 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com I’ve been following the Japanese reproductions of Brown’s Beach products ever since I tried on one of the vests a few years ago. Anyone who has experienced the brand's signature wool and cotton blended fabric will know there isn’t anything else like it. They've now created a thick black chesterfield coat out of the inimitable material and the results are simply fantastic. This is a piece of outerwear that will last for decades, and remain as appealing as ever season after season. Brown's Beach Solid Black Chesterfield Coat Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 29, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com The development of the F.I.L. Indigo Camping Trailer has taken the already elevated and considered approach to visvim product to all-new heights. The highlights in the production process in addition to further developments in materials and design have created another angle to visvim’s ongoing narrative. The latest release from the ongoing diffusion line is a denim-heavy offering of the GRIZZLY BOOTS. Featuring a heavy-duty off-white outsole, dark brown leather is paired with hand-dyed indigo denim for a subtle material contrast. The F.I.L. Indigo Camping Trailer GRIZZLY BOOTS Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 21, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com Tender Co., seemingly born from a continuing fascination with denim fabrics, natural dyes and steam powered railways, is probably most recognized for its unique jean designs and shirt styles, but another thing the British brand quietly excels at is knitwear. This crew neck is exquisite yet still perfectly simple, relying on warm Shetland wool and a distinctive ladder back construction to do all the talking. Tender Co. Type 750 Ladder Back Pullover Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 20, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com the “Bad Dreams” edition of the Boost-cushioned D Rose 5 boasts a Core Black/Running White/Scarlet colorway and is highlighted by glow-in-the-dark applications to the likes of the outsole, heel counter, and tongue branding. Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 17, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com This year's selection of seasonal Gift Kits from Aesop revolves around six of the eighty-eight 'modern' constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union in 1922. Based on Auriga, Cepheus, Perseus, Andromeda, Delphinus and Cassiopeia, and the Greek myths that surround them, each one combines a different variety of specialized products, ranging in price from $87 to $233. Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 17, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com It seems that whenever a new Ten C coat or jacket is released it climbs to the top of my favourite outerwear list almost immediately. That’s basically how I feel having seen this down jacket. The brand’s designs are always exceptional, anchored in understated styling and first-rate construction. Plus, the triangular stitching on the neck flap in this instance is incredible. They’ve made a few brighter colours in this style, but when it comes to wearability, you can’t go wrong with navy. The Ten C Arctic Down Parka is constructed from a water-repellent polyester blend with down feather... Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 15, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via www.acquiremag.com The Exige is a car that needs no introduction, a favorite of enthusiasts worldwide, the performance car has garnered a loyal following for its purist approach to motoring. For their new Sport 350 model, the company has put the car on a diet and have created the fastest and lightest Exige in the model's history. The 350 Sport gets a serious reduction in weight, over 100 lbs that involved the company focusing on a lighter battery, a louvered tailgate panel, lighter engine mounts, lighter HVAC pipework, and more. Performance from the supercharged V6 delivers 345 hp allowing it... Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 11, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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The popular Black/White colorway of the Nike Flyknit Racer returned with a minor update — the tongue is now black rather than white. Apart from this though, all the other components of this winning formula, namely the unpadded heel, black lateral, white medial, and a toe that blends the two contrasting yarns together have remained unchanged. Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 10, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com This season orSlow have expanded their offering to include a variety of new outerwear pieces, one of which is this unlined shawl collar coat, well-suited to layering. Made from durable cotton poplin, it features a double-breasted front, large flap pockets and adjustable cuffs. Having the option to button it right up to the neck and further fasten the collar with a storm flap, make it a great option in chilly weather when the wind picks up. Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 9, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com size? is set to stock four exclusive colorways of two iconic Nike silhouettes — the Air Stab? and Tennis Classic AC. The two Air Stab sneakers are outfitted with winterized mesh, suede, and rubber uppers; one flaunting a burgundy and navy blue color set, while its counterpart has been stripped of color, sporting a solemn black upper and grey midsole. Both Tennis Classic AC silhouettes receive the same winterized mesh treatment, with one pair having been dipped in navy blue, and the other in black for a minimalist look. size? Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 8, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com I’m astounded that Corona hasn’t been picked up by any stockists in Europe or North America – not that I know of at least. They’ve been one of my favourite brands to follow from afar for years now, and their American workwear and military references are always flawless. This nylon taffeta jacket has a vintage hiking feel that is both utilitarian and unique, amounting to a well-styled outer layer that can be easily worn over a heavyweight wool sweater. Corona Trek Traveler Jacket Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 7, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com Nike Skateboarding ended 2014 strong with their latest Dunk nicknamed, “Dazzle.” The high-top skateboarding sneaker sports a plush, erratic black and white disruptive pattern on the upper that are inspired by the camouflage used by military ships during World War I. Finished with a leather black swoosh and crisp white base, the Nike SB “High Dazzle” Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 2, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
via www.inventorymagazine.com This unique piece from 1205 evokes feelings of a classic C.P.O. shirt, while simultaneously nodding to the recognizable rounded placket shape of a blazer. Made in Italy from wool, cotton and nylon, the fit is modern yet boxy enough to accommodate cold weather layering. But what really grabs me is the construction of the casual, wide set collar. 1205 Layer Shirt Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 1, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com Nike adds to its Inneva Woven Tech premium lineup with the release of this all-white rendition. Sporting a hand-interlaced woven upper, the silhouette boasts reflective hues to highlight its intricate design. In addition to the dynamic lacing system, the nylon webbing conforms to the foot for increased support, flexibility and breathability. Rounded out by a Nike Free 5.0 sole, the Inneva Woven Tech Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 30, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast.com GORE-TEX-infused ZX 8000 Weave pack for a winterized update on its popular running silhouette. The shoe is available in black, navy and orange tonal colorways, and features a water-resistant upper thanks to the GORE-TEX technology used throughout the weave of the shoe, ensuring extreme durability and breathability. The resulting shoe is perfect running in the winter, with additional water protection provided by a wild-folding “bellows” tongue which is attached to the sides of the upper. Check out the adidas Originals ZX 8000 Weave GORE-TEX Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 30, 2015 at Cool Recommendations
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via hypebeast CHUP has established itself as a go-to for earth-friendly, high-quality socks inspired by ethnic cultures from all over the world. For Fall/Winter 2014, the GLEN CLYDE-founded Japanese label presents another collection of culturally-rich, intricately-knit and supremely comfortable hosiery infused with traditional motifs, emblems and textiles. Standouts from the range include the Dinetah — an arrows-and-mountains pattern inspired by the traditional Navajo homeland of the same name — the similarly-styled, Navajo-influenced Montana, and the Scandinavian-patterned Hansker, all of which feature hand-linked toes, elastic openings and are made with expertise in Japan. Cozy, well-made and ideal for injecting some color... Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 29, 2015 at Cool Recommendations