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Wear It Like: Jason Bourne - Friday 7/29 Edition

The latest release from the Jason Bourne franchise is sure to be an action packed thriller. To keep up with Bourne's rugged lifestyle of car chases, running and serious ass kicking, his gear is built to last. Check it:

Stone Island Quilted Shell Down Gilet @ Mr Porter

Wool Blend Mock Neck Sweater @ Mr Porter

Rag & Bone Jeans @ Matches

Hogan Lace-Up Boots @ farfetch

Kimber Ultra Aegis II - 9 MM @ Kimber America 

Phiaton PS 20 Noise Canceling Earphones @ Amazon

Breitling Navitimer 01 @ Tourneau


Thursday 7/28

The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes. 
- Frank Lloyd Wright


Cool Design: 7/27 Edition - Stunning Rustic Tiny Mobile Home


The Alpha Tiny Home has all the fittings of a cute country home tucked inside 240-square-foot of space — reclaimed barn wood, a farmhouse sink and private outdoor space among them.
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And it’s got a pretty small price tag to match: $95,000, as Curbed first reported.

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Built by the Nashville, Tenn.-based New Frontier Tiny Homes, this pad is set on a trailer and can travel anywhere you go. That’s a handy feature for sure, but even more prominent is its tempered glass garage door, which leads to a fold-down deck and awning for al-fresco hang time.

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Inside, the kitchen — even though smushed inside that cramped space — is well laid-out, with nice counter space and a good deal of storage. Surrounded by subway tiles, there’s also a decent-sized Whirlpool fridge, drawer dishwasher and an induction cooktop topped by a vent.

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Worried about cooking with no space to eat? The kitchen, raised on a platform, rests above a pull- and fold-out dining table that seats eight.

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When that’s not in use, two steps down from the kitchen lead to the windowed bathroom, which is separated by a sliding door. Subway tiles also surround its Jacuzzi tub, and just across from that stands a combo washer/dryer. In the middle, there’s a composting toilet. And when you want to catch some Z’s, the lofted bed located directly above is accessed by a sliding library-style ladder.

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It also can’t hurt to note that, during very hot days, the Alpha Tiny Home also comes with an air conditioner.

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via NYPost | Images: Studio Buell Photography


Monday 7/25 Edition: Lace Your Dress Shoes With Style

A lacing style that stands out for its subtle knot details, the Analyst is both studied and focused and is the perfect complement to shoes with perfing and pinking.

Pull the lace straight across and feed up through the first eyelets.
Pull the ends across diagonally, cross the laces and loop each end back to the side it came from.
Feed ends under sides, up through next eyelets, and then repeat until complete.

Ladder: The Executive

Bold, brash, self-confident and a little arrogant, no lacing pattern is more overstated or calls attention to itself and your shoes more than the Executive.

Pull the lace straight across and up through the bottom eyelet.
Run each end vertically up to the next eyelet, then, after going down through the eyelet, criss cross the laces.
Pull the ends over the sides, feed them under the vertical lace sections and then down through the above set of eyelets. Continue pattern until complete.
Ladder: The Executive

Double Back: The Architect

Form really does meet function with this lacing technique that adds structure to any shoe and is reminiscent of the lattice work on a modern skyscraper.

Pull the lace straight across and feed up through the first eyelets.
Skip down a set of eyelets, cross the laces diagonally and over the side, and then feed them down through the next eyelet. Repeat down to the bottom eyelet.
Run each end vertically up to the next eyelet. Then, following the same over and down pattern, criss cross the laces through the vacant eyelets.
Double Back

Diagonal: The Individualist

Sometimes something as subtle as a lacing pattern can speak volumes about the wearer. This one says that you go your own way and make your own rules.

Keeping the ends even, pull one end up through one bottom eyelet, over then under the sides, and up through the other bottom eyelet.
Pull the other end across diagonally, up through the second eyelet, and across and down through the next eyelet on the opposite side.
Repeat the pattern until complete.

Hash: The Innovator

A design that breaks the mold, the intricate pattern has a dizzying effect on the observer and adds levity to any shoe style.

Pull the lace straight across and feed up through first eyelets.
Skip up a set of eyelets, cross the laces diagonally and over the sides, and then feed them down through the next eyelets.
Run each end vertically down to the skipped eyelet. Then, following the same over and down pattern, continue until finished.
Bow Tie

Bow Tie: The Sartorialist

Like a fine bespoke suit, each loop of the shoe is perfectly stitched together to form a classic yet fashion forward look.

Pull the lace straight across and feed up through the first eyelets.
Pull the ends across diagonally and down through the next eyelets.
Underneath the sides, lace across diagonally and up through the next eyelets. Repeat the pattern until complete.
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Straight Lace: The Thinker

This introspective look is a simple and elegant way to arrive at a lacing solution and looks best with plain toe, dress balmorals.

Pull the lace straight across and down through the first eyelets.
Feed one end underneath diagonally to the next eyelet, then over straight across.
Feed the other end diagonally to the next open eyelet, then over straight across; continue alternately feeding up and across until lacing is completed.
Straight Lace

Crisscross: The Traditionalist

Tradition with a twist best describes this lacing pattern which at first glance looks like a basic crisscross pattern but in reality is much more.

Pull the lace straight across and feed up through the first eyelets.
Cross the ends to create an "X," then feed them under the sides and up through the next eyelets.
Repeat crossing and feeding under and up until lacing is completed.


Friday Design - 7/22 Edition: 10 Minimalist Tattoos That Will Make You Want To Get Inked

Ilya Brezinski specializes in dotwork and blackwork body art, based in his St Petersburg, Russia. His tattoos are mainly monochrome, the simple use of color making his artwork that much more attractive. Check it:

13 Surreal Tattoos by Belarussian Tattoo Artist Ilya Brezinski

via Detechter
You can follow Ilya Brezinski on Instagram and Facebook.


Wear It Like: Maxwell - Thursday 7/21 Edition

1. Loro Piana Linen Blazer @ Mr Porter
2. Hartford Slim Trousers @ Mr Porter
3. Lennox White Shirt @ Sir Jack's
4. All In Eyewear Black York Sunglasses @ SSENSE
5. Lanvin Pocket Square @ Mr Porter
6. Ermenegildo Zegna Slip On Loafers @ Matches


Outdoor Design: Scout Overland Kitchen


The Scout Overland Kitchen is a new add-on for your truck for when you´re on outdoor adventures but still want to prepare a real meal with all the utensils and props, like a true chef. It´s kind of a large cabinet that has multiple drawers that have all the stuff you need for preparing a feast. It features a gas stove with two burners, you also get a knife set, all the common utensils you can find on a regular kitchen, LED light, USB ports, a magnetic paper towel holder, you can even get a sink! It has its own electrical system, separated from the car, featuring a battery and charging system. You also get the working surfaces you always need to cut and prepare your food along with the pans to cook it. An outdoors chef´s delight is what you can say about this pull-out kitchen.
via BlessThisStuff


Wear It Like: Maxwell - Tuesday 7/19 Edition

1. Brunello Cucinelli Cardigan @ Mr Porter
2. AG Nomad Jeans @ Matches
3. Dita Decade Two Sunglasses @ farfetch
4. Vans Taka Hayashi Nomad Sneakers @ SSENSE
5. Breda Mesh Gold Linx Watch @ ASOS
6. Dries Van Noten Striped Scarf @ Mr Porter


Wear It Like: Maxwell - Monday 7/18 Edition

1. Rag & Bone Jeans @ Matches
2. Belstaff Leather Zip Jacket @ farfetch
3. Recliamed Vintage Feather Pendant @ ASOS
4. Lanvin Grandad Polo @ Mr Porter
5. Miansai Grained Leather And Gold Hook Wrap Bracelet @ Mr Porter
6. Alexander McQueen D-Frame Acetate Sunglasses@ Matches
7. Zenith El Primero Rose Gold and Alligator Watch @ Mr Porter
Sounds: Music In You by Sebastian @ Amazon