PORT magazine send over an exclusive online look at this story from their latest issue . Shot in Morocco by photographer Azim Haidaryan and starring model Clement Chabernaud, look out for the likes of Stone Island, Dior Homme, Jil Sander, Margaret Howell and Nike in this impressive editorial. We asked the magazine’s fashion director and stylist on the shoot, David St John-James, to tell us a little about their North African adventure
Winter’s that time of year when dead Christmas trees tend to litter the neighborhood landscape, you don’t see your neighbors for weeks on end and countless pounds are added to the collective American waistline. But don’t forget the pains of winter driving — the wheelspin, the snow-induced oversteer and the eye-searing whiteout conditions that make you lose sight of just about everything. Though you can’t avoid it all, you can certainly learn some basic skills that should help you stay shiny side up and clear of the local towing company
In the opening scene of A View to a Kill , Bond is a wearing an all white ski suit made by Bogner. The parka has a zip front, with the identifying Bogner “B” zip fastener. A fly that fastens with four large snap fasteners covers the zip
Not too far away is the beauty of the winter. Find a friend with another Bugatti Veyron and a brisk drive through the winter boulevards and twisties! This photograph is beautiful and ridiculous at the same time—-but still wonderful! src: the game gtr
Our friends at Gear Patrol just posted up a strong video of their adventures with Ural Motorcycles riding through the snow in the Pacific Northwest. Very well done and we’re proud of the fellas. More over on GP .
Well right after posting the Rimac Concept One debut below ——was looking into the company to find more about their BMW E30 “testbed” and found this great video—-with the CEO Mate Rimac driving his E30 Electric in the snow to see how the Electric motor holds up in arctic climates. I see signs for Zagreb , so I’m going to assume this is in Croatia!
We recently dropped into Aspen Fashion Week Colorado with Bentley and roared around in the snow with 631hp at our disposal in the process — but we’ll talk more about that later. For now, we wanted to share a video that the esteemed British automaker debuted to us over the weekend featuring world-renowned big mountain skier Chris Davenport . While you don’t have to ask us twice to watch epic skiing and super cars combined in a beautiful film, we’re especially encouraged to see the company tap back into it’s ‘Bentley Boy’ roots with In Search of Snow
More from Aspen Fashion Week : we take a look at the outerwear offering from Marmont for Autumn/Winter 2012. The outerwear and layers are built to perform on the mountains under various conditions. Ski is front and forward in the collection which features technical jackets and pants made to perform.
The fourth annual Aspen Fashion Week kicked off yesterday afternoon in Aspen, Colorado in fine style with sun perfect weather to match. Fashion week in Aspen, is a unique week of fashion that caters very specifically to the ski/snow/outdoor apparel and brands that blend perfectly with the lifestyle of the snow city and the fashion needs of its denizens and tourists alike. A majority of day one’s runway looks, from Neve, Pajar Canada, and others focused on garments and apparel meant primarily for the slopes while working properly off-mountain
yesterday evening, alfred dunhill organised an amazing event called « the business of winning » at their gorgeous bourdon house in mayfair. british olympians sir matthew pinsent, iain percy and louis smith sat down for about an hour and were interviewed by the very witty presenter, tim lovejoy. the trio spoke candidly about their route to success, their struggles, their stories at the previous olympic games etc
Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, The flying cloud, the frosty light; The year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow: The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true. Ring out the grief that saps the mind, For those that here we see no more, Ring out the feud of rich and poor, Ring in redress to all mankind.