Jaw dropping views of the mediterranean from the Aenaon Villas in Santorini, Greece on Yatzer

Beautiful Apple Watch windows at Selfridges, as shared on Wallpaper

The beautiful floating driftwood mobiles by Reba Stewart – as shared on even*cleveland

Louis Vuitton’s Grand Subcultural Tour – as shared on AnOther.

Singer debuts its first Targa restoration, The Montreal – The most beautiful 911 Targa you’ve ever seen. As shared on Acquire.

Artist Michael Mandiberg prints out the whole of Wikipedia in a 7,600-volume anthology – as shared on HYPEBEAST

The beautiful Dazzle Road Donhou Bicycles as shared on Cycle EXIF.

Anatomy Of Air: Two New Innovative Iterations Celebrate 20 Years of ‘95.

We really like the illustrative work of  Karin Cyrén.

Frida Kahlo’s Photography Collection Revealed – as shared on Nowness

Some proper style outside Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2016 show – as shared on Highsnobiety

Jesse Carlsson races to victory in the Trans Am – as featured on CyclingTips

Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2016 Street Style as shared on Highsnobiety

Marcin Rusak wins the 2015 Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon prize – as featured on Wallpaper

A new scent by Blackbird that just sounds perfect: BROKEN GLASS

Love this watch! The Omega Globemaster Master Chronometer, as shared on HODINKEE

A beautiful machine: First Look on Specialized Venge VIAS As shared on CyclingTips

“Perfume is armchair travel.  It is made of very real materials but suggests an entire hidden world.  El Cosmico is a place to stay for gypsies on the move.  But it is much more as well.  It suggests the cosmic omnipresence that we sit at the edge of daily.  To be there under the stars is to feel the infinity of our position.  The scent had to suggest this feeling – a haunting reminder of an endless landscape.

The desert airs of Marfa, cosmic axis of West Texas.  Creosote shrubs and sumac primed with Chihuahuan mesa woods – mesquite, oak, and pinyon pine." 

El Cosmico Provision Company – El Cosmico x DS & Durga

“1970 is the hedonist, the girl dancing until dawn on the beach of Formentera, the smell of incense in the warm night air.”

Love the description, love the smell, love the minimalism.
1970 by Bella Freud – on Aedes NY