Textile backpack in black. Gold-tone hardware. Leather carry handle at top of bag. Adjustable shoulder straps. Zippered compartment at front face in tonal leather and suede featuring micro studs and signature Medusa accent.
via Ssense ($1,395)
Jennifer Connelly, Daphne Simons, Freja Beha Erichsen, Jean Campbell, Marte Mei van Haaster, Rianne van Rompaey for Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2015 Ad Campaigns
Have you ever wanted to Deluxe Cycle? Well here is your chance, Goldgenie is a London, UK-based company specialized in luxury personalized gifts such as watches, mobile phones (including iPhone 6 and Blackberry) and other gadgets customized in 24 karat yellow gold, rose gold and platinum for distinctive luxuriousness has just pimped this ride shall I say?! This gleaming, one-of-a-kind gold-plated model is adorned with charmingly elegant black accents in a limited edition soft suede saddle designed by San Marco, SR4 racing tires and handlebar grips. The black accents make a sublime contrast with the 24 karat gold, creating a distinctive visual appeal, while the soft saddle adds extra comfort when riding his classy bike. The price of Goldgenie’s 24 karat gold-plated bike starts from a whopping $390,000 and it can go upwards, even to $470,345 if the buyer chooses to have it adorned with diamonds embedded all over the golden frame for the ultimate two-wheeled extravaganza. Pretty Cool, Huh? Would you purchase
Sony Symphonic Light
“Here’s a bedside lamp from Sony that’s designed to look like an old lantern. It doesn’t just contain an LED bulb inside, there’s also a speaker so you can stream music to it. Sound and light are remotely controlled through an app on your smartphone. Is this a clever design to help render our technology invisible, or a pointless union of lamp and speaker? If you don’t like the fixture there’s an LED bulb speaker, too. No word on pricing or availability just yet.”
Jeremy Scott for Adidas x Jeremy Scott ‘Adidas Originals’ Fragrance Campaign by Inez & Vinoodh
Kim Kardashian for Vogue Australia February 2015 by Gilles Bensimon
Giuseppe Zanotti continues to make new designs for their “London” sneaker.