Sunglasses champ DITA comes correct with these two new designs for this year SPARROW(top) and the CONDOR(bottom) these aviator styles come in lightweight titanium which always good you shouldnt feel the weight of glasses on your face. More styles from DITA
Got a goodie from my friends at BRAND JORDAN these are clean with touches of grey suede, they are widley avalible at many retailers I see they used the JORDAN 3 sole nice…gotta love the clear/orange Brand Tag like the old nike air one I uesed to collect as a
Take the movie & dinner experience to another level my LA residents…I present GOLD CLASS CINEMA in Pasadena. This place is no fluff pure luxury where you have dinner and a movie but in class, from Blue Cheese Chip with Fondue to Duck Tacos or even Cocktails. With Recliner Chairs
Nike and Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment Design worked together again on this new colorway of the Zoom Tennis Classic, Ive always liked a lil touch of gold. These are available now at the Nike Sportswear store in Japan and will be at select retailers worldwide in the upcoming weeks.
$1.5 billion & five years to build, it is over 160 floors high and has comfortably surpassed the previous record holder in Taipei. Inside its a mix of nightclubs, mosques, luxury suites and boardrooms, It will have the world’s first Armani hotel; the world’s highest swimming pool, on the 76th
I got some rare Timberland’s that no ones been able to find that are bananas and here we go again with these goodlookin Timberland’s premium collection line ABINGTON “Guide Boots” but this time around we know where you can get them…only at BARNEY CO-OP Here
I think so… “Japan’s trailblazers of street fashion are the envy of Western designers, spawning Web sites filled with snapshots of Tokyo youngsters in the latest distressed jeans or psychedelic stockings.” with that said from New Yorks Times Moshe Komata contributer breaksdown a interesting story on the perspective of JAPAN
Let me introduce the A5 Sportback a car that we over here in the good ol US wont get, So how special would it be to go and bring one here from over in Europe. Audi’s apparently unshakeable belief that Americans don’t like and won’t buy premium hatchbacks, no matter