The folks at Acquire just turned us to the release of Canon’s S100, a follow-up to their highly successful manual-friendly S90 and S95 point-and-shoot cameras. The camera will feature a 12.1 Megapixel sensor that’s mated with a slightly wider and longer 24-120mm F2.0 lens. Other upgrades include a new Digic V image processor, ISO sensitivity beefed up to 6400, Full HD recording at 24 frames/sec and built-in GPS.
Italian label Finamore is known to offer some of the finest shirting the World over, and that’s primarily due to its longevity and perfection of trade. It’s the second-oldest shirtmaker in Naples and is fourth-generation-family-owned. You won’t find them at a wide range of stockists and their production partnerships are extremely exclusive. Beyond all the essentials you’d expect from a high-quality shirtmaker, Finamore offers unique detailing such as a hand-stitched and pleated shoulder insert for added mobility.
Mastermind Japan looks promising for the upcoming Fall/Winter seasons with this unstructured blazer leading the charge. The black cotton shell features a white spotted texture, peaked lapels, a patch breast pocket, two front patch pockets, all topped off with a three-button closure. What else could you want as you transition into the colder months ahead?
Mark McNairy’s New Amsterdam drops their Derby boot for F/W 2011 in a brown grain leather finish, designed by the man himself and produced in Northampton, England from high quality materials. The full leather cap toe and leather grain upper works well with the contrast woven laces, while the shoe’s full leather lining adds some much welcomed comfort.
The fine folks at Fine and Dandy have dropped new ties and bows for the fall, and the mix of patterns and fabrics throughout the offerings is really worth checking out. Some of the materials utilized include wool, wool/silk blends, silk, cotton and even corduroy. The best thing is that they’re all handmade here in New York City and priced accessibly between $45 and $54. Shop the goods at Fine and Dandy Shop.
C.P. Company’s Google jacket from seasons past has received its own theme collection this time around with a few jackets in the lineup as well as a knitted cap to top things off. They feature oil waxed canvas shells and high-density nylon materials. Prices range from $163 USD for the knit cap to $1,555 for some of the jackets. Look for the collection at select stockists worldwide.
This white button down comes from Todd Snyder and features a shell made from Japanese selvedge oxford cloth. The button down collar and chest pocket make this shirt extremely wearable for any occasion.
Burberry London offers up their iconic trench coat in a wool-blend shell for the fall. The berry red finish makes it an essential piece for cooler months ahead as it will add some much-needed color to a normally mute season. The trench features epaulettes, cuff straps, double-breasted front, two front pockets and buttoned back pleat.
Introducing the Lamborghini LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale, the Italian bull’s latest creation and one that takes much inspiration from the Lamborghini’s Blancpain Super Trofeo race car. This street legal wonder is indeed race car inspired and features a 570-horsepower V10 engine to back up all the chatter. The rear spoiler offers increased dynamic stability during high-speeds while the lightweight construction can be credited to a carbon composite material that allows the Stradale to go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds and that’s before the car’s “Thrust Mode” is even utilized. The “Rosso Mars” finish symbolizes Italy’s traditional racing red.
Only 150 units of the Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale will be produced.
The Impossible Project is known for producing instant film for classic Polaroid cameras and this time, they’ve linked up with Ace Hotel to allow guests to capture each and every moment of their trip. Each guest room comes with a refurbished Polaroid camera and limited edition Impossible x Ace Hotel PX600 Silvershade film, in black & white. If you’re not fortunate enough to be staying at a Ace Hotel anytime soon, you can purchase the custom film and cameras through Ace’s online store and select retail shops worldwide.