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The Lexus Sport Yacht

Lexus’s is a name most commonly associated with luxury automobiles; so popular in fact that it has become Japan’s largest selling make of premium cars. However they could also be about to conquer the high seas with the concept release of the Lexus Sport Yacht.

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Love Is In The Air

Stuck for just what to get her this Valentines and need some inspiration?

Why not treat her to a luxury designer gift this year. There is plenty to choose from online from accessories in metallic accents such as gold and silver, to jewellery, footwear and fragrance you simply can't go wrong..

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The Saatchi Selfie Competition

 

Whilst it isn't the first time that the selfie has been elevated to gallery status, 'From Selfie To Self Expression' at the Saatchi Gallery in London will be the world's first exhibition exploring it's history. Love them or loathe them, #saatchiselfie is a competition offering entrants the chance to be part of this worldwide cultural phenomenon.

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2017 Porsche Panamera Video

Proving that beauty really is in the detail, and going some way to justify the £88,700 price tag, Gentleman's Quarterly recently tweeted a rather stunning video showcasing the 2017 Porsche Pamamera's rear spoiler. Possibly the most beautifully executed bit of car porn you'll have ever seen!

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New To Cruise- Sophia Webster Footwear

 

Sophia Webster has made a huge name for herself in the fashion industry with many big retailers and all our favourite bloggers. Sophia begins the design process by hand drawing all her idea’s at her HQ in East London. Her creations have inspired footwear lovers across the world with her iconic designs.

We are very excited and feeling privileged to announce we are now stocking the beautifully feminine and fun footwear by Sophia Webster online and in stores

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Stone Island- Corrosion Collection

Stone Island have successfully done it again, and bring us their new SS17 Hand Corrosion Collection.

The fabric of each garment has been treated using an artisan process by hand painting a corrosive paste that makes each piece unique and unpredictable. The result is a completely unique garment in a deconstructed colour way.

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