Progressive eyewear purveyors MYKITA venture into 2013 with a forray of translucent frames via their first optical collection using the Mylon material. Taking inspirations from athletics motifs and stripped-back futuristic design cues, the collections exhibits an array of colorful frames for both practical and trend-driven purposes. While the Phoneix and Pluto nod at classic construction mixed with modern refinement, the Pelot and Basky reinterpret the popular ’30s round and panto shaped models with contemporary colorway. Lightweight, flexible and technical –with some lenses available in both sun and correction frames in hydrophobic nano-coating to repel water droplets – the new collection can be purchased in selected retailers.
There’s no holding back now as the Nike LeBron X surfaces in a low-top form.
Taking a first look at this sample version Nike LeBron X Low, Nike looks to add a full-length Max Air unit as seen on previous LeBron lows and go above the norm with the abundance of Dynamic Flywire as displayed on each sidepanel.
What called be referred to as an “Easter” version, these teal colored kicks may in fact be headed your way for Spring 2013. See more of this Nike LeBron X (10) Low below and stay tuned to Sneaker Files for more news and updates.
Lexus has recently released photos of their next generation IS line. This new range will include the IS 250, IS 350, and the IS 300h with F SPORT models to be also available. The model seen is the 250/350 F SPORT, which features a new Lexus spindle grille frontal design, giving the sedan a degree of ferocity while maintaining the elegance the luxury carmaker is known for. The interior features a black and wine-colored layout in addition to the analog clock with surface-emitting illumination, the dash features a first-ever electrostatic control for the air conditioning temperature. The F SPORT will feature three interior color schemes including the Rioja Red finish. Stay tuned for more updates on this model as they become available.
The rumors were wrong. David Bowie makes a return with his first new music in more than a decade. More impressive was his ability to stay out of the public view (ie: not be photographed) for almost a year leading some to speculate on the artist’s health.
Well, he is back with a new album coming soon. The first single, ”Where Are We Now,” gets it all started again. Revisit his back catalog for more David Bowie greatness.
New Music from David Bowie “Where Are We Now” – First New Music in 10 Years is a post by Jeff Carvalho on Selectism.
The world’s first wearable magazine is a compelling proposition. Since 2004, T-post has been printing their unique publication on the underside of the simple t-shirt. T-post collaborated with Jeff Staple for their latest issue, number 83, boasting a rendition of their signature pigeon illustrated as a caricature on the front. The t-shirts are primarily available on subscription basis, much like traditional magazines, and they are also stocked at select retailers around the globe, such as colette, Reedspace, and Caliroots. Check out the subscription details on their website and order your copy before they are sold out.
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Not even 24 hours after earlier reports of the Air Jordan XI (11) Low “White/Black-Varsity Red” making its way to retailers for Summer 2013 are first images of the colorway.
Contrary to the “White/Varsity Red-Black” model that released last summer, this retro will come reversed with a black mesh upper and red inner lining. All other features such as the white patent leather base and red outsole will remain the same.
Check out detailed images below and let us know if you’ll be in line for these low-top AJ11′s!
Swirling in the rumor mills for weeks, Polaroid finally confirmed on the show floor of Las Vegas’ CES trade show, the Polaroid iM1836 Android Camera will be company’s newest attempt to reassert itself into the hyper-competitive consumer electronic marketplace. Manufactured by Sakar International, a licensee of the Polaroid brand, the iM1836 will be the world’s first Android-powered mirror-less camera with an interchangeable lens system. Quipped with a 18.1 megapixel image sensor, a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD display, and Android 4.1 (JellyBean) OS, there is also WiFi connectivity for peer-to-peer sharing as well as 1080p HD video capability. Around the same size as the Nikon 1 J1, the camera comes with a 10-30mm lens though there is also an adapter available for Micro Four-Third lens from other makers. Set to be available later this year with a suggested retail price of US$ 399. But of course, with stiff competition it will be facing, the price is likely to be less.
18.1 Megapixels Image Sensor
Android 4.1 (JellyBean) OS
Interchangeable Lens System
3.5-Inch Touchscreen LCD Display
1080p HD Video Capability
Comes With 10-30mm Lens
optional Adapter For Micro Four-Third Lens
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After an exclusive preview through England’s Empire Magazine over the week of Christmas, Paramount Pictures finally made the production stills from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness available for view. A few details became available as well through select IMAX screening of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. In an extended preview of the film, Abrams revealed Captain Kirk’s new nemesis as John Harrison. Initially rumored as the new Khan Noonien Singh from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Abrams mentioned Harrison to be a member of Starfleet instead. Portrayed by British actor Benedict Cumberbatch, Harrison is said to be “…a mixture of Hannibal Lecter, Jack in ‘The Shining,’ and the Joker in ‘Batman.’”
Though the majority of us will have to wait till May 17 for the film’s release, the late Daniel Craft got to see the film in its entirety before his passing over the weekend. An organizer of the annual New York Asian Film Festival, Craft stated his last wish was to see Star Trek Into Darkness after doctors diagnosed him with terminal cancer. Words got to Abrams and producer Damon Lindelof, who had a staff member dropped off a rough cut of the film. Daniel Craft and his wife Paige saw the film just days before he succumbed to the disease at age 41.
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