If you're looking at getting a 2014 C7 Corvette you may want to consider turning it into a 2014 Callaway Aerowagon ($15,000) with the addition of Callaway's Corvette Stingray shooting brake package. The package takes a standard C7 Corvette and turns it into a coupe with the tail end of a wagon. The customization gives the Vette a Ferrari feel, plus the added storage doesn't hurt. Callaway expects the kits to finish development in the fourth quarter of 2014 with the first customizations taking place January 1st of 2015.
The Defender 4×4 “The End Edition” By Project Kahn ($86K) is exactly as the name implies. It commiserates, or better yet celebrates the end of production of the storied Defender Brand. The End Edition is a 2.2 TDCI XS 110 that seats seven. As with most Kahn designs, this truck has some major updates. Some of which include the usual Kahn touches like black quilted leather with grey harris tweed on the interior seats, and exterior Kahn badging throughout the vehicle. The Land Rover Defender, which does not meet U.S. federal safety or emission standards, cannot be lawfully operated in the United States. I'll throw a seatbelt in one of these bad boys to get into the country.
Mark March 27th on your calendar, because STAMPD is about to release an new line of monochrome hats that look awesome. The STAMPD City Hat Collection ($TBA) features the STAMPD logo, and different logos from major world cities including, New York, London, Tokyo, London, Paris and Los Angeles. My only issue is if you're going to be a street wear brand and have hats with major cities on them, how can you leave out Detroit. If they don't already have a Detroit hat they need to add one to the collection.
Now while it’s obviously not invisible it does have a really cool way of absorbing your stuff, but in an organised and super convenient way! With multiple sectioned compartments the PX Invisible Backpack ($213) enables you to carry everything you need for the day ahead or even weekend including a laptop and your latest kicks. Thanks to its rugged, waterproof outer nylon covering, rubber zippers on the openings and wide top it’s able to cope with a rough day just as much, if not way more successfully than you are. With a design that is meant to maximise your productivity by ensuring everything you’ve packed is easily accessible and close to hand. Stop wasting energy rummaging around in your kit bag for a lost item, eliminate screen damage whilst carrying around your expensive gadgets and invest in the PX Invisible Backpack.
You know what's better than a whisker bar? A portable whiskey bar, of course. It's not the stuff of legend and dreams as this stylish piece from Louis Vuitton shows. The Louis Vuitton Portable Whiskey Bar ($39K) was built in the 1980's and is a sophisticated and elegant kit that will make you feel right at home wherever you might be. Lined with Epi leather and featuring gold plated studs this retro case is all original with original locks and latches, and it's very own key. But let's get to the good stuff. The interior is lined with a deep green and wondrously grained leather and fitted with everything a whiskey drinker could need. Including a silver mounted whiskey carafe, four high-quality whiskey beakers, and even a thermos-lined ice bucket.
If you think every single commercial on TV is just like every other commercial or are developed by marketing departments trying to figure out how to attract the largest demographic, then you're on to something. The 'This is a Generic Brand Video' written by Kendra Eash for McSeeney's Internet Tendency, a daily humor website, and it takes a shot at the generic commercial that could pretty much represent every brand. The complete video was created from royalty free clips on Dissolve.com.