The Bell & Ross - BR 123 Sport Heritage ($2325) pays tribute to the the 1960's. You can easily see this in the bezel and the indices and hands covered in a sand-colored vintage looking photo-luminescent coating. The BR123 features a mechanical automatic movement, and standard functions like hours, minutes, seconds, and date. It comes with a 43mm polished steel case, a fixed black bezel, and a screw-in sapphire case-back with anti-reflective treatment. The whole unit is capped off with an ant-reflective ultra-dome sapphire glass. Water-resistance is only about 100 meters, so its probably OK for showering and a quick dip. Not to be used for serious diving.
You never saw Dennis Hopper without his cameras during the 1960s. He had them on film sets, location shoots, at parties, in bars, galleries and diners, when he was walking in political demonstrations and even when he was driving down the freeway. He captured movie stars, pop idols, artists, girlfriends, writers and often complete strangers. What Hopper didn't realize at the time was that we was capturing some of the most fascinating moments of his time through his keen and intuitive eye. Dennis Hopper: Photographs 1961-1967 ($94) is like no other. No book out there captures the essence of the 1960's quite like this one.
The navy knit shawl by Todd Snyder will be in heavy rotation for the coming seasons. In this outfit, we've paired it with navy chinos and a crisp white oxford from J. Crew. Of course nothing says class like a pair of white Common Projects and a shuttle tote from Mismo.1. Chinos: J. Crew Stretch Chino In 484 Fit - Navy ($75) 2. Shirt: J. Crew Lightweight Oxford Shirt - White ($70) 3. Cardigan: Todd Snyder Knit Shawl Cardigan In Navy ($225) 4. Shoes: Common Projects Achilles Retro Low ($359) 5. Sunglasses: Ray-Ban RB3025 Aviator Sunglasses ($165) 6. Watch: Uniformwares C40 Watch ($800) 7. Tote: Mismo Large Shuttle Tote ($215)
Hard Graft has just released their all new original bag. The Hard Graft 2Pack Laptop Bag ($822) can be used a multitude of ways. It can either be a rucksack that hangs casually low, a folio you can grab for those quick meetings, or a messenger bag that you can sling diagonally for those urban trips. The bag features a large outside zip pocket that can fit a tablet, two big external magnetic flap pockets for things like cables, and chargers, a big full width zipped pocket for your wallet and additional accessories, and a nylon zip closure main compartment. The 2Pack is handmade in Italy from premium vegetable tanned Italian Leather.
What do you get when you cross a Stealth Fighter Jet with a single speed bike? You get the B-9 Nh Black Edition Urban Stealth Bicycle ($8700). The bike was inspired by the F-117 Nighthawk aircraft. It features a carbon fiber frame and fork, one piece carbon stem-handlebar, BME Design's unique carbon S72 Saddle system , and CNC machine alloy cranks. It was specifically made to stand up to the abuses a bike would see in an urban environment, and even comes with a security system from atomic22. If you want one of these bad boys get your order in fast, because they're only building 100 complete bikes.
Like the name says, the Bullet ($20) is the world's smallest LED flashlight. It weighs just 6 grams and measures just 30mm in length. Making it the perfect addition to any everyday carry arsenal. It uses three replaceable LR41 button cell batteries that will produce up to 15 lumens and the LED with last anywhere from 25,000 to 100,000 hours. The Bullet is made from high-grade aircraft aluminum, is waterproof and operates with just a twist of the base. Grab one of these now before the Kickstarter campaign ends.Related: 10 Of The Best Tactical Flashlights