VOID Watches Releases V03 Series

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VOID Watches releases its new collection, V03 Series (V03A and V03B).

About David Ericsson, the brainchild of Swedish label VOID.

David Ericsson (b 1977 in Sweden) has always been fascinated with the process of creating products, from idea to delivery to the end user. After graduating as an engineer from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, he started to work for one of Sweden’s largest industrial design firms, where he gradually shifted his attention towards design. With a technical background, his design approach is often to keep things as simple as possible, but with a unique twist.

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About V03 Series

True to form, V03 as the name suggested, is as simple and obvious as the previous ranges, using high quality materials like stainless steel and premium leather with close attention being paid to detailing such as the concentric numbers following the path of time and the discreet branding replacing the normal country of origin markings on the lower part of the dial. The round case with a top ring construction enables the metal ring encircling the dial and mineral crystal to be as thin and sleek as possible, giving the watch a light and elegant expression. V03A comes with an additional alarm function, as indicated by the fourth arrow-shaped hand.

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Where To Buy?

Now available through their website: http://www.voidwatches.com/

whixion+art | CONCEPT. (Available Soon)

Hong Kong:
K11 Design Store, Shop 105/111, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, TST, Kowloon
Kapok, 5 St. Francis Yard, Wan Chai
Kapok, 3 Sun Street, Wan Chai
Shop Des Createurs (web only)
squarestreet, Ground Floor, 15 Square Street, Sheung Wan
Zixag, 5B Manning Industrial Building, 116 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong

Darts Distribution (Distributor)

cumulus, 501 Orchard Road #02-14, Wheelock Place

Strangelets, 7 Yong Siak Street

Threadbare & Squirrel, 660 North Bridge Road, near Bali Lane

6 notes   -  1 September 2012

Mr Porter & Far Fetch

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I am a huge fan of online stores. Where else can you do shopping even at midnight wearing your pajamas? And if you’re like me, you would like to avoid the crowds when buying clothes, online shopping is perfect for you. There are a lot of awesome online stores for men and I will be sharing some that I’ve recently found.

My Style: I like to wear comfortable clothing and nothing says comfort like a plain old tee, jeans, and sneakers. I like darker colors like navy, gray, and black. These colors are flattering and don’t show stains or wear and tear from all my daily activities. When I’m in the mood to get noticed, I wear bold prints, such as plaid and madras. My mood shifts and i want to be able to adapt my style to fit my needs at the time. I want easy care, easy wear, and tons of comfort.

Far Fetch. What I like about this store is that their items look like straight from the pages of GQ magazine. Their inventory  is from the trendiest, hard-to-find brands. Did I just mentioned that they also offer art, books and magazine?




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Mr. Porter. I read somewhere that the content of the website is run by former Esquire editor Jeremy Langmead. I love the website design because it’s clean not like other online shops that are too cluttered and looks busy/confusing. People go to your site and immediately make a decision on if it’s a place where they’re going to spend time and also money at, or if they’re going to lump you in with the thousands of other sites that look just like yours and move on to something else. And Mr. Porter gets an A+ for that. It’s a damn-good looking website.

MR PORTER is the latest offering from The Net-A-Porter Group - the world’s leading luxury retailer. The site features more than 150 of the world’s leading brands including Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren, Rick Owens, YSL, Burberry and Lanvin as well as specialist labels including John Lobb, E. Tautz and Lock & Co.




Photos via MrPorter.com
Bespoke Tailors in Singapore

What’s your favorite online store?

6 notes   -  28 July 2012

Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg: Cinemagraph

Current Music: Black Horse and the Cherry Tree - Max Milner

The other day I came across these amazing GIFs by New York based photographer Jamie Beck and visual designer Kevin Burg. The effects were tastefully done, and I think it’s an awesome way to recontextualize the capabilities of GIFs. The name “cinemagraph” fits the art perfectly. This is definitely my favorite thing on the internet right now. I couldn’t resist posting these amazing GIFs. Cool stuff.

Photos via Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg

What do you think?

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