Archive for December, 2013

Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4

Lamborghini has just unveiled the successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo, the Hurácan LP 610-4. This particular model bares a striking resemblance to Lamborghini’s pride and joy, the Aventador. The Huracán is composed of a carbon fiber and aluminum body, a mid-mounted, naturally aspirated, 5.2-liter V-10 engine which dishes out 610 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque.  The Huracán goes an impressive 0 to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and a top speed north of 200 mph.

The Geneva Motor Show will be the official debut of the Lamborghini Huracán in March.

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Nike Basketball “Christmas” Pack


It’s that time again as Nike Basketball follows up its annual “Christmas” pack with reworked versions of the LeBron 11, Kobe 8 System and KD VI. This year, three wintertime stories are linked by special logo lace locks that connect to create custom signature ornaments.

The LeBron 11 is doused in a chilly mint color set against a Christmas green with bold red accents and a frosty translucent outsole. The unique geometry of a snowflake combines with the royal palm to create a kaleidoscopic “palmsicle” print.

The Kobe 8 System, for its part, metaphorically and quite literally sheds its skin in order to make way for the upcoming Kobe 9 Elite. The shedding skin is shown with aggressive snake scales attached to a translucent mesh shroud. Hits of neon mamba green and chrome gold help bring in the Holiday season.

Kevin Durant, meanwhile, takes the court in Christmas red with accents of gold and mint. With a twist on traditional Christmas prints, the KD VI features a Fair Isle style Christmas sweater pattern that incorporates trees, stripes and his number 35. Christmas plaid adorns the collar lining, with decorative detail worked into the metallic red Flywire upper and a mint green speckled sole.

Look for the Nike Basketball “Christmas” pack to release via Nike’s online shop on December 26.

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Kate Moss for ELEVENPARIS Spring/Summer 2014


French fashion brand ELEVENPARIS puts Supermodel Kate Moss on display for their Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. Shot by renowned fashion photographer Craig McDean, Moss can be seen in upscale clothing for one shot and more rebellious silhouettes in another. The overall tone of this projects really brings out Kate’s fashion style as most outfits appear to be very 90’s inspired where grunge rock reigned supreme during that era.


Alexander Wang Blackened Steel Chain Bike Lock


NYC fashion designer Alexander Wang presents his take on the steel chain bike lock.  Not for the everyday cyclist, but if you like to look good and turn heads while you’re out there in the mean streets of NY, LA or anywhere else then this is definitely for you. The blackened steel chain is accompanied by a mock-croc bound, solid brass “American Lock” keyed lock. Pick it up from the Alexander Wang webstore for $145 USD.

Terry Richardson X Miranda Kerr for Harper’s Bazaar Australia


Controversial yet entertaining photographer Terry Richardson was hired on to shoot  model Miranda Kerr for Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s January 2014 issue. Checkout a few teaser pics above which shows Miranda in various outfits, or lack there of, along with coordinating accessories.

Read the full story over at Harper’s Bazaar Australia here.


Michael Jordan’s “Flu Game” Shoes Sell for Record $104,000


You heard it right, Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan 12’s have sold for well over $100,000 USD thanks to a friendly relationship that MJ had with Utah Jazz ball boy Preston Truman during the 1997 NBA Finals. Preston acquired the shoes from MJ after the legendary game where he played with the Flu.  These red/black 12’s were personally signed by the icon himself and Thursday morning, shattered the record price paid for a pair of game-worn shoes in any sport.  According to ESPN, “Truman said the proceeds of the auction won’t go to anything ‘overly exciting,’ besides the usual college education fund for his children and car payments. Although he says selling the shoes was never about the money, he has another revenue stream for the future: a pair of game-used shoes Jordan wore in the 1998 Finals.”