How do you stand out in a fashion landscape that’s drowning in logos, patterns and motifs? Buy something covered in Cyrillic script? Attach costume jewels to your sneakers? Cut up your clothes and clumsily sew them back together? These are all excellent ideas, well executed by some of our favourite designers, but while they may turn up the style volume, they don’t cut through the noise. To transcend in the current moment a man must rediscover the power of simplicity, and there’s no better expression of this than a white T-shirt
A one-of-five, endurance race-winning 1974 BMW 3.5 CSL IMSA is heading to the auction block as part of the RM Sotheby’s Monterey Car Week. Of the five built, only four were raced — making this 3.5-liter iteration even rarer. The BMW is based on the classic 3.0 CSL and raced in the 1975 IMSA Camel GT season and the 1975 12 Hours of Sebring, the latter of which is won overall. It is being described as being a car that is singlehandedly influential for BWM North America’s early development of success and nowadays sits at a number of Concours d’Elegance’s as a prized possession in the BMW Motorsport Collection of Henry Schmitt — principal of BMW San Francisco.
A concise, magical movie for aspiring bow-tie-wearers and everyone else. Through the sleight of hand of stop-motion animation, The Hill-Side's indigo chambray bow tie comes to life and teaches you how to tie itself, in a few simple steps. Best of all, there aren't any clumsy human hands to get in the way!