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Michael La Fave


Letter from the Editorial and Creative Director: Make a Choice

AI is already changing our lives in countless ways. But at what cost?

Here's What Makes the Alfa Romeo 4C So Damn Fun to Drive

It's all about the weight.


Here's What It's Like to Do a Backwards 360 at 4 G's in a Fighter Jet

A once-in-a-lifetime flight with the Breitling Jet Team.

I Got a Standing Desk at Work, and It's Ruining My Life

For one thing, it's impossible to eat soup standing up.


Letter from the Creative Director: Timeless Style's Best Before Date

We bandy about the idea of timeless style all the time. A wardrobe collection of greatest hits that you will go back to time and time again.

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Letter from the Editorial and Creative Director: The Value of Time

When was the last time you had something repaired? Actually, when was the last time you owned something that could be repaired? Not too long ago repairing and refurbishing were part of the normal lifecycle of ownership. Now, when something breaks, it’s a sign that it’s time to upgrade to the new model. Planned obsolescence. They don’t make them like they used to. Do I sound like enough of an old man?