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The Two-Wheeled Aston Martin

Luxury British car manufacturer Aston Martin has created their ultimate eco-friendly vehicle; The Fascenario.3. State of the art carbon fibre body…check! World-class engineering techniques incorporated…check! 2 wheels…what?! Oh yeah, it’s a collaboration with renowned cycle company Storck.


The Missile

The Geneva Motor Show doesn’t even start until next week, but there is already one car everyone is talking about in anticipation; The Corbellati Missile, and it’s not hard to understand why. Missile by name, and quite literally Missile by nature, as it is expected to be announced as the fastest car ever released.


The Mustang Bullitt

50-years on from the iconic film of the same name Ford are set to release the Mustang ‘Bullitt’. With a colour scheme echoing the 1968 classic, some seriously good stats, and an effortlessly cool appearance, it is a car the automakers are sure Steve McQueen would approve of.


Design And Nature

Inspired by the formation of a desert oasis, and with an intricate pattern found in natural systems, the ‘Symbiotic Towers’ project in Dubai seeks to create an area for businesses and holidaymakers alike, as well as residential property and public spaces all within a synthesis of ‘skin’.


TBlack Rolex Watch

We Proudly welcome TBlack Rolex watches to Cruise. A TBlack watch is made to be personal, rare and, just like its wearer, to stand out from the crowd. Since 2009, TBlack has developed their expertise in furnishing the world's most respected and foremost watch brands with an extra degree of rarity and personalised uniqueness. Take a look and discover the exclusive time pieces we have on offer for you.


AdVantage Aston

British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin has released plans for its new Vantage enter-level model. The pressure was on to follow up on the most successful car in its 104-year history, but the Warwickshire boys looked to have pulled it off selling over 80% of it’s stock in less than a week!


Stirling Architecture Awards

The Royal Institute of British Architects has just announced its Stirling Award winner from its shortlist of six finalists, and from the ashes of a 2010 disaster has emerged a triumphant and most popular winner. Check out who won as well as the other entries here…


Saint Laurent Musee Paris

Nearly three weeks after the death of YSL co-founder Pierre Berge, an Yves Saint Laurent museum has opened in Paris in his honnour. He was dedicated to finding a permanent home for the brand's most iconic looks and has successfully done this. We say don't miss out and book a flight now. [More]

The Desert Cluster

If there is one place there’s very little use for a shipping container it’s in the middle of a desert, let alone 15 of them. That is unless you are designer James Whitaker who aims to build a stunning cluster of them in the Joshua Tree National Park.