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An All-Platinum Vacheron Constantin
Shopping and Product Reviews: Collectible Jewelry • Published: October 26, 2011
In a limited edition of 150 pieces, this watch houses one of the most famous movements of all time. The Patrimony Contemporaine self-winding Collection Excellence is exceptional for its use of platinum, and the Calibre 1120 movement.
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Moon 39 Watch
Shopping and Product Reviews: Gifts • Published: October 7, 2011
This entry-level automatic watch is a supreme expression of the Swiss maison Jaeger-LeCoultre’s watchbuilding brilliance. It is captivating for its pure, classic and timeless style.
Last Supper Question – Who Attended the Last Supper and Why?
Arts and Entertainment: Visual Graphic Arts • Published: April 7, 2010
There is much more in the Last Supper than the Da Vinci Code would have us believe. Numerology, astrology, philosophy, astronomy.
Fashion Design History Comes to Life at the Museo Della Moda in Milan
Arts and Entertainment: Humanities • Published: April 2, 2010
Fashion design history is brought to life by Palazzo Morando, on Via Sant’Andrea 6, Milan, Italy. Four interesting shows on fashion design history ranging from 1800 s fashion history right through to the latest urban fashions. Plus “A Shaded View on Fashion Film,” the first fashion film festival, created by Diane Pernet.
Limited Edition Customized Cars – G-Power BMW 760i, Top Speed 345 Km-h
Automotive • Published: March 26, 2010
After the great success of the two world record cars G-Power M5 Hurricane RS and G-Power M6 Hurricane CS, which with their 750 hp 5 litre V10 bi-compressor engine could be only obtained as a complete vehicle from G-Power, the so-called “G-Power Supercars” will become an inherent part of the future G-Power programme. The G-Power manufacturing plant is a strongly growing business branch of the G-Power company in which “G-Power Supercars” are made entirely by hand.
Richard Hambleton Exhibits at Armani Teatro in Milan
Arts and Entertainment: Visual Graphic Arts • Published: March 26, 2010
Vigorous, sometimes violent, sometimes sublime canvases by the American street artist. One of the great three with Basquiat and Haring, he is the only survivor.