Zara Trench Coat x Zara Contrast Zip Parka
Nike Fall 2014 Free Flyknit Chukka
Official Music Video for Travi$ Scott’s “Don’t Play” Feat. Big Sean and The 1975
Part 3 of A$AP Rocky’s ‘SVDDXNLY’ Documentary
In the video below, NIGO shows us his diamond-encrusted 14K white gold Dollar Sign necklace that was custom-made by New York-based jeweler Jacob & Co. This piece, among many others from his personal collection, will be part of the upcoming #NigoOnlyLivesTwice auction starting October 7 in Hong Kong.
Hotchkiss Residence by Scott Edwards Architecture
The New 2 Million Pounds McLaren P1 GTR
Shortly after having presented to you the new Lamborghini Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo, we can show you the next exciting super sportscar that was unveiled this weekend at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance – the 2016 McLaren P1 GTR. Production of the track-focused McLaren P1 GTR will begin in 2015 and it will only become available to McLaren P1 owners. Above you see the design concept, which is essentially a close preview to the final model. It comes with an increased output of 1,000 hp, an ERS-style push-to-pass system and the large fixed rear wing features a Formula 1-derived Drag Reduction System.
“McLaren P1™ GTR ownership will include participation in driving events at some of the world’s most iconic circuits with specialist vehicle support. Also available will be access to McLaren racing simulators with driver training from experts that have helped develop and train Formula 1™ champions. In addition, exclusive consultations with the McLaren driver fitness team and Design Director Frank Stephenson will be included in the programme.”
Bottom line, you are not buying a car, you are buying an experience with the new McLaren P1 GTR. The car will cost around 1.98 million British pounds.
Been Trill x Just Don Strapback Collection
Vans Fall 2014 Authentic “Flower Print”
1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale
During late 1964 and early 1965, Ferrari built three 275 GTB/C Speciales, each boasting unique details from the standard 275 GTB/Cs that would follow. All were fitted with super-lightweight aluminum bodywork, a Tipo 563 chassis constructed of smaller and lighter tubes, and the 213/Comp dry-sump engine topped with six Weber carburetors first seen in the 250 LM. This engine was specifically developed with big valves and cylinder heads, 9.7:1 compression ratio pistons, the well-tested Tipo 130 camshaft (10mm lift), and most of the auxiliary casings were made of magnesium. With 70 additional horsepower powering a chassis that was lighter in all respects to the standard 275 GTB road car, this was undoubtedly the most formidable weapon in Ferrari’s competition arsenal.
Completed in April 1965, chassis 06701, present here, was the first of the three 275 GTB/C Speciales built. It was uniquely hand built in all respects, as were the two cars that followed. As per the build sheet, the car was originally fitted with a 250 LM type exhaust with side pipes. Its rear fender shared a very similar profile with the ’64 250 GTOs, as did its front end, which also bore some resemblance to that of a 330 LMB. For added ventilation to the brakes, two oval slots were cut in the nose and another three vents behind the rear wheels. Additionally, the car features an outside aluminum fuel filler cap, specific to the 140-liter fuel tank, to allow for faster fueling during pit stops and a stunningly sculpted air-intake on the hood. Inside, a pair of GTO-style aluminum bucket seats holds both driver and passenger firmly in position.
This very special Ferrari is scheduled to be auctioned off at the historic Monterey auction on August 16. Click here for more information.