1. Falcon not included
“While there seem to be an endless amount of exciting, over-the-top car exteriors, we rarely see any of the extreme interiors to match. Besides custom leather and heated seats, most luxury car interiors don’t have anything new and exciting to offer.
“Some cars, however, take the idea of a luxury ride to the next level.”
2. Literally ski into these $4-million mountainside homes
“These modernized chalets promote indoor/outdoor living at its finest.
“The structures are nestled in a dense forest of pines and firs as they follow the curve of the ski slope.
“The Stellar Residences and Townhomes, part of the Mountainside community at Lake Tahoe’s Northstar ski resort, are a recipient of the 2017 AIA Housing Award.”
3. Land Rover has released a teaser image of their new coupe’s interior and oh boy
“To celebrate both Land Rover’s 70th anniversary and the two-door design of the original Range Rover, the British automaker is bringing back a two-door full-size SUV called the Range Rover SV Coupe for a limited run of 999 units.
“Though we saw spy shots of this a few days ago, all we have now is a teaser image of the SV Coupe’s interior.”
4. How well did the second episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace do on historical accuracy?
“The second season of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story anthology series, The Assassination of Gianni Versace, explores the designer’s brutal 1997 murder at the hands of serial killer Andrew Cunanan.
“Below are the results of our digging into the veracity and potency of events and characterizations presented in episode two, ‘Manhunt’.”
5. The (surprisingly) sartorial elegance of Sigma CEO Mr. Kazuto Yamaki in five lessons
“He’s the CEO of Sigma, a Japanese manufacturer of camera lenses, flashes, and other photographic accessories. He’s also an exceptionally well-dressed public figure, but so far removed from the world of menswear blogs that I had to try a few times to convince him that I was not, in fact, joking when I said I wanted to interview him about how he dresses.”
“‘Even when I was just eleven or thirteen years old, I liked the clean style, I was so impressed by the elegant, neat, and intelligent presentation, I dreamed of one day being such as stylish person. But I couldn’t afford clothes from the major Ivy brands, such as Brooks Brothers and J. Press, so I bought things from Japanese labels that had a similar look. They were more affordable,’ said Yamaki.”