DKNY and PONY have teamed up to reimagine PONY’s M-100 sneaker, originally released back in 1988. The high-top basketball style has been given a luxurious makeover fitting for modern times with a slimmer silhouette than its predecessor and leather construction. A minimalist colorway is given some texture with subtle embossed snakeskin pattern details and perforated panels. The DKNY x PONY 2015 M-100 will be available at productofnewyork.com starting March 7, with a price tag of $250 USD.
Lightweight, powerful and effortlessly stylish, the new Morgan Aero 8 is a true British sports car.
Hood By Air releases a double-zip leather backpack with silver tone hardware for $1,550.
Rita Ora Cover Girl Of Nylon March Issue
“With her authentic, sassy attitude, punk energy, and seriously enviable style, Rita is the perfect girl for NYLON to launch into spring with. Here’s what to look forward to in our cover story.
On growing up: “Yeah, I grew up and I looked at my arse, and it got a bit bigger and I’m sexier now. Might as well flaunt it! I feel more womanly.”
Regardless of its namesake, the Vulcan is set to be the most extreme not-quite-roadgoing Aston Martin yet, a limited-edition, track-only hypercar that’s clearly aimed at the same bit of the market as the Ferrari FXX K and the McLaren P1 GTR. You know, the bit where the billionaire adrenaline junkies hang out. Only 24 Vulcans will be produced, and buyers will also get, according to the official release, “the opportunity to precisely tailor their track-day experience through a graduating scale of detailed power and dynamic performance adjustments.”
Power comes from a version of the company’s familiar V-12 engine that’s been developed with assistance from Aston Martin Racing. It displaces 7.0 liters and produces “800-plus” horsepower. For reference, the Aston One-77, which was rarely accused of being a slouch, managed 750 horsepower from 7.3 liters.