The numerals on the dial of the Slim d’Hermès are a meeting of Art Deco or the Jazz Age and the digital age, devised for Hermès by the graphic designer Philippe Apeloig. And what distinguishes them is what is missing. Slim d’Hermès comes in several versions: time-only with a 39.5mm case and 7.64mm thick, in rose gold (£11,400/$18,500), and in stainless steel (£5,100/$8,500). The perpetual calendar version (9.04mm thick) is available only in rose gold (£24,200/$38,900).
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Tucked away from everyone’s eyes for nearly three decades, the Air Max Zero finally emerges. Dubbed ‘the One Before The 1,” the Air Max Zero was Tinker Hatfield’s first vision of visible Air cushioning. The 1985 design by Hatfield blends heritage with technological advances for its modern day arrival.
Structured textile and leather tote bag in black. Grained leather appliqué trim in red and white throughout. Twin rolled carry handles at top. Fold-over top corners with magnetic fixtures at front face.
The new Rolex Yacht-Master 40 watch, unveiled at Baselworld 2015, is unique among the Rolex collection. It is fitted exclusively with the new Oysterflex bracelet, making it one of the most innovative Rolex watches of 2015. This new Rolex model features an 18 ct Everose gold Oyster case and a new Cerachrom insert in black ceramic with polished raised numerals on a matt background.
THE LUX WATCH OMNI IS A CUSTOM APPLE WATCH THAT IS SET WITH MULTIPLE ROWS OF DIAMONDS AROUND THE FACE, BUTTONS AND STRAP CLASP AS WELL AS A FULL STRAP SET WITH DIAMONDS. THE LUX WATCH IS AVAILABLE IN TWO SIZES, A 38MM FACE AND A 42MM FACE. IT IS AVAILABLE IN 18K YELLOW GOLD, 18K PINK GOLD AND 950 PLATINUM.
THE DIAMONDS ARE COLOR DE AND CLARITY VVS AND TOTAL 11.30 CARATS ON THE 38MM VERSION AND 12.30 CARATS ON THE 42MM VERSION. ALL DIAMONDS ARE NATURAL AND CONFLICT FREE.
Nick Young A.K.A. Swaggy P stops by RIF.LA with 2 Chainz to check out the store’s curated collection of more than 450 pairs of shoes. The two sneakerheads take a look at the shop’s exclusive inventory, including a pair of Jordans that’ll set you back $25,000.