NEWS IN HOT STUFF
I don’t know how to surf. Never tried, never dared. But if I did know how to climb on a board and ride waves like a boss, I’d probably surf on something that would look like this collaboration between ISAORA and Meyerhoffer. From what I’ve heard (and did not understand), the polyester resin board is 6’6″ long and has “a negative side cut pintail for a tighter turn radius” and “a hulled nose for old school high-speed trim”. Yup!
Sunday Girls: the girls we would like to bring home Sundays and present to the family. This week, bombshell Miriam Adler plays in the garden with a sprinkler. I’m gonna buy a sprinkler too.
Don’t you recognize this calculator? I’m sure you do… Apple duplicated it in the original iPhone calculator app!! The iconic Braun ET66 calculator is being re-released this year with an official replica of the Dietrich Lubs and Dieter Rams classic! Originally released in 80′s, the ET66 calculator ditched the sliding switches of the ET22 model before it with a simpler, more streamlined layout which quickly became a legendary design! More on Braun website.
Mostly known for their motorcycle accessories, Italian company Rizoma teamed up with Belgian fashion designer Dirk Bikkembergs to develop the 77|011 Metropolitan Bicycle. The bike simply features a monobloc carbon framework, an aluminum saddle, handlebar and pulley system. No more, no less. Priced at 3,700€, it will be available in either a white matte (see above) or carbon finish. Read the rest of this entry »
Sunday Girls: the girls we would like to bring home Sundays and present to the family. This week, Vanessa Milde sheds her clothes off under the lens of Kessler Tran for Treats! Magazine #5. Simply amazing, would be an amazing ad for the helicopter by the way. Read the rest of this entry »
Carlsberg invited us a few days ago to have us discover L’Atelier des Artistes near République in Paris. The place is a restaurant, lounge, bar and even has a screening room and a private “Danish suite”. L’atelier des Artistes is a complex yet successful combination of modern art, gastronomy and nordic inspiration. The venue is actually pretty big: the restaurant on the ground floor, which we have yet to try, looks very promising. Downstairs, we loved all the design furniture and whole atmosphere of the bar. I invite you to go check it out by yourself! Read the rest of this entry »