The Nanamica 65/35 Varsity Jacket ($435) is Nanamica's take on the classic American varsity jacket. It gets its name from the 65/35 Bayhead cloth used for the shell which is exceptionally lightweight and durable. Of course it includes nods to the classic with ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem as well as leather trimmed pockets. The Nanamica 65/35 is available in Sky, Navy, and Black.
The Cuoiela Card Wallet by Nolla Design ($25+), is a stylish take on slim wallets. After months of development the final result is a design that incorporates the finest stitch-less leather with a beautiful elastic fabric. The leather comes from the Italian Walpier tannery which supplies top brands such as Marni and Etro. The wallet is able to hold up to eight cards and has a separate section to hold cash. Due to its size and light weight, the Cuoiela makes an excellent front or back pocket wallet. The Cuoiela is currently being offered via Nolla Designs Kickstarter page.
Ever wondered what the newest iPhone would look like if it was released in the 80's? Well, wonder no more. Thanks to the legendary skills of Pierre Cerveau you can feast your eyes upon the 1980s Apple Macintosh Phone Concept ($NFS). It features an analog-style dialler and a whopping 512kb of memory. This 1980's Apple Macintosh Phone Concept is every geeks wild dream! Alas, as it's only a concept it's not for sale. But don't let that stop you from drooling.
The 2016 Trion Nemesis ($1M) will be the first car from the American supercar manufacturer. The Nemesis is expected to start production February 2015 and ramp up full scale by January 2015. It features a 9.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine paired with an eight-speed manual transmission that produces and insane 2,000 horses. The powerplant can get the car going from 0-62 mph in only 2.8 seconds. Top speed is 280 mph. If the Nemesis is actually tested at those speeds when produced it will be faster than a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. They've also announced hybrid and fully electric version will also be available. Only fifty of these will be made so if you have a mil laying around get your order soon, because I'm sure they'll sell out petty fast.
If you're looking for a true piece of art, for your cell phone, look no further than the Symphony Shells by Simply Amplified ($45-$185). The Symphony Shells are a line of custom 3d printed amplifiers. These amplifiers are fully recyclable. The shells come in a solo line which use a single color and an ensemble line which have multiple colors. With these shells you are freed from cables and wires and are provided 19 decibels of amplification. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=HGEW-g_Ckk8 width=640 height=480 anchor=video] to see the shells in action.
Italian textile company Loro Piana has provided the fabric for a beautifully crafted bomber jacket that is not your run of the mill varsity jacket. The made in the USA Loro Piana Bomber Jacket ($638) is crafted from some of the finest materials available. The wool is so luxurious it almost feels like cashmere. The sleeves are made from 100% sheep leather and the standard snaps you find on varsity jackets have been replaced with buttons. Preorders are being taken now and are expected to ship the end of September.