TSOVET presses rewind and takes it back several years to when the company launched its first collection in 2008 with their new SVT-CV43 timepiece. Inspired by one of their original styles, the company brings the style up to date with a sculptural, curved exterior case and a classic wirelug design reminiscent of vintage pilot watches.
The polished 316L stainless steel case is sized at 43mm and features a dial complete with applied markers and a case wall inspired by classic pocket watches. Inside is a Swiss Quartz movement and a hardened mineral crystal sits atop the watch dial. The watch is available in two colorways and is available this February.
If we were to recommend a well made flash that would last forever, we would probably recommend one of these titanium-crafted beauties from Snow Peak, but if you worship at the altar of Hedi Slimane then this is going to be the only flask worth your hard earned cash.
While flasks are usually meant to be discrete, but this one has its own removable shoulder trap and monogrammed carrying case. We’re not sure how legal it is to throw your liquor over your shoulder, but you probably will want to ditch the strap before you quietly lubricate at your sister’s nuptials. Inside is a stainless steel flask to fill with your poison of choice. The flask ($ 445) is available now for pre-order at SaintLaurent.com.
After a year of development, 3Sixteen has got a new fit called the CT-100x and it’s perfect for those of you looking for a roomier thigh and a tapered bottom. We know it can be a bit difficult finding a flattering jean that isn’t too skinny or too baggy.
The jean is a higher rise fit with a relaxed thigh and a roomier top, but has more of a taper on the bottom which should please those of you who want a more comfortable fitting jean without the wider leg opening that are usually found in those types of fits. The jean is available today exclusively on 3Sixteen.com.
Steel, gold, an eight-day hand-wound movement, and a design built to stand the test time? IWC’s Portofino Hand-Wound Pure Classic has all these things in an elegant, pared down dress watch that is perfectly confident while being perfectly understated.
The hand-wound movement features a power reserve of 8 days (192 hours) once fully wound and can be easily brought back into action with a few turns of the crown. The movement is their 30-jewel 59060 caliber which is visible through the watch’s sapphire crystal caseback and both watches come setup with Santoni alligator leather straps in black or brown. Available at IWC.com.
Le Coq Sportif has been making a bit of a comeback in recent months, mainly due to releases like this. The French brand has been digging into their archives and rereleasing some of their classic designs. The CHA R900 is the latest sneaker to be revamped. The classic silhouette features modern updates such as a mesh/suede upper and a an all-white sole. The shoes will be available in 4 colorways: red, black, blue, and grey. These should be hitting Le Coq Sportive retailers in the next couple of weeks. (more…)
To be honest, it seemed like BlackBerry had all but disappeared completely from the cell phone world. Today we have a look at a brand new model from the cell phone manufacturer. The BlackBerry Classic is a new take on the iconic keyboarded smartphone. If I’m being 100%, I would rock this if it had Instagram on it. What do you guys think? (more…)
Blackberry has been staging a comeback recently by sticking to the formula that put the company on the map. We’re talking about that physical keyboard and we know there are quite a few of you out there that still won’t give up on your prized possession.
The company knows this well and is removing its focus from making touchscreen hardware and realigning its efforts on those clicky, physical keys. Their newest phone, the Blackberry Classic ($ 449), is the BB you know and love, but with a faster browser, 60% more screen real estate, and a 50% jump in battery life.