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dg6group:

Antonio Paone - CEO Kiton

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lonestarchef:

Bugatti Boattail, year unkown.

lonestarchef:

Bugatti Boattail, year unkown.

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lonestarchef:

1938 Graham Shark Nose. And, it looks like it’s been chopped.

lonestarchef:

1938 Graham Shark Nose. And, it looks like it’s been chopped.

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GQ Magazine Malia’s Pick: Stylish Leading Men of the Past Half Century↳ Clark Gable

GQ Magazine Malia’s Pick: Stylish Leading Men of the Past Half Century
Clark Gable

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unwaveringlines:

tattoo by Myke Chambers

unwaveringlines:

tattoo by Myke Chambers

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car-spotting:

The Target: MG MGB Roadster Mark III (produced 1972-80).

Spotted: Stanford University, Calif. June 24, 2012.

Significance: The results of British Leyland’s attempt to make the Mark III compliant with U.S. impact regulations were disastrous. Heavy, steel-backed rubber bumpers hobbled the car’s handling, as did a decision to raise the suspension by one inch to bring the headlights to an acceptable height. U.S. emissions standards also reduced horsepower, and by the time of the model’s demise in 1980, performance was decidedly lackluster.

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textbook:

Join me in a bit of delayed patriotism will you? Nathan Hale is probably in my top 10 American history figures of all time, and I imagine many others share that adoration. His exact appearance is still a mystery, there were no portraits or likenesses of him created during his life. Although he met his end as a spy captured by the British during the revolution, he was not always able to participate in the effort. Due to his studies at Yale and other commitments, he was kept from joining the Militia. It was when the army needed somebody to go behind enemy lines that he volunteered, ultimately leading to his untimely demise. History has gilded his end, as it tends to do, with the famous quote, “I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country.” Good man. 1. CT-BornCoat by Louis Vuitton, suit by Michael Bastian, shoes by Billy Reid2. Yale EducatedCoat by Billy Reid, pants by Louis Vuitton, shirt, tie and scarf by Michael Bastian, shoes by Gucci3. American MadeCoat by Andrea Pompilio, suit by Billy Reid, shoes by Louis Vuitton

textbook:

Join me in a bit of delayed patriotism will you? Nathan Hale is probably in my top 10 American history figures of all time, and I imagine many others share that adoration. His exact appearance is still a mystery, there were no portraits or likenesses of him created during his life. Although he met his end as a spy captured by the British during the revolution, he was not always able to participate in the effort. Due to his studies at Yale and other commitments, he was kept from joining the Militia. It was when the army needed somebody to go behind enemy lines that he volunteered, ultimately leading to his untimely demise. History has gilded his end, as it tends to do, with the famous quote, “I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country.” Good man.

1. CT-Born
Coat by Louis Vuitton, suit by Michael Bastian, shoes by Billy Reid

2. Yale Educated
Coat by Billy Reid, pants by Louis Vuitton, shirt, tie and scarf by Michael Bastian, shoes by Gucci

3. American Made
Coat by Andrea Pompilio, suit by Billy Reid, shoes by Louis Vuitton

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ticopolotatuado:

GONZALO MUñIZ MATITO
NICE!!

ticopolotatuado:

GONZALO MUñIZ MATITO

NICE!!

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