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Before luxury brands started making the shift to streetwear, many of these pioneering labels ruled the market.
Streetwear traces back its beginnings to the skate and music culture in California as early as the '70s and '80s, when only a few pioneering brands thought to use the aesthetic of street fashion and blend it with influences from hip-hop and ...
 
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Give yourself the ultimate treat with a stay at these extraordinary destinations.
There's much to be said about the virtues of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There's also much to be said about how you can't put a price tag on memories. Every now and then, you must splurge ...
 
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Plus, how much it costs to charter each vessel.
Ever since travel was made easy and tourism was popularized, luxury travel has existed. First were passenger liners whose first class facilities were the finest at the time, comparable to luxury hotels in accommodations and service. Another way to travel in high ...
 
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Imagine all the luxury possible in a car. And then some.
For most of us, it takes years to save up for a new car because we want to get most bang for our hard-earned buck. But for a select few who have that “F you money,” the question isn’t how much a ...
 
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From gran tourers to ultra-luxury SUVs, these are the models that suit the different kinds of gentleman.
Different men have different passions, different fields of interest. But practically all of them appreciate luxury cars. Here, we match some of this year's latest models to each kind of man.A post shared by BMW (@bmw) on Jul 3, 2018 at 8:00am ...
 
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And he only had four weeks to do the redesign.
Earlier this year, Burberry announced that it had appointed Riccardo Tisci as chief creative officer. Previously, Tisci was creative director at Givenchy. Now, just five months into his tenure at Burberry, he has unveiled a new wordmark logo and a new monogram ...
 
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PAL's recent four-star upgrade is also good news for the plebes in economy.
We're as thrilled as the next guy about snagging that one-peso fare at the next seat sale, but there comes a time in a man's life when he has to square his shoulders as he walks through the plane doors, and pivot left towards ...
 
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Each detail of the Le Petit Prince Special Edition references beloved characters and unforgettable moments from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s iconic novella.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s Le Petit Prince is one of the most-loved books in the world. Translated into more than 250 languages and dialects, this tender tale of a chance encounter between a pilot and a little prince from a distant planet has ...
 
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The real deal is here.
By now, even the man on the street is familiar with Off-White—or at least, Off-White's signature motifs: the thick diagonal bars, the yellow industrial belt, and the deconstructed Nikes (which have all run rampant in the bootleg market and among Filipino "hypebeasts"). You might even be able to ...
 
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Slick black with hits of orange.
Last year, it was a pair of NMD Chukkas, a shopping tote, and a waist bag. This year, Adidas Originals is reprising its long-time collaboration with the renowned Japanese masters of bags and luggage, Porter Yoshida and Company, with a pair of ...
 
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Meet footwear artistan Koji Suzuki and his made-for-you brand Spigola.
Japanese bespoke shoemaker Koji Suzuki has always been serious about shoes. At a young age, with the influence of his father who was patternmaker of ladies shoes, he set off to Sarteco, the fashion school in Tuscany, to learn more about the ...
 
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It’s also arguably the most underrated Air Jordan.
Over the weekend, local Jordan Brand retailers and boutiques released three colorways of the Air Jordan 2 in one of its new forms: “Decon,” shorthand for “deconstructed.” This label is used by Nike whenever they retool their classic designs by stripping away ...
 
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The eight richest people on the planet have a total of $426 billion
According to a new report, eight men now have the same amount of wealth as the poorest half of the world, because income inequality is fun!A report by British-based organization Oxfam titled "An economy for the 99%" was released on Sunday in ...