Created for actor Justin Theroux, a long time Moscot customer, these bold Theroux frames are vintage French-styled and an exact replica of the pair he wore in Mulholland Drive.
LUXA2’s M2 Laptop Cooler is not only portable (its slot join hinge lets it fold down to half its normal size), but is pretty swank with a brushed metal finish and Swarovski crystals.
You won’t know Boule unless you’re from the Old Country, but we still dig Zontik’s high-end set which includes six Boule, two Butts, a leather scorer and a stainless steel measurer.
Naked but safe for work: Autoblog has a titillating set of pics showing the One-77 stripped down and showing its naughty parts; aluminum and carbon fiber never looked so sexy.
Michael Kors’ Black Oversize Iconic Watch is a sleek monochrome affair with a dual stainless steel/ion-plated finish, triple chronographs and a checkered guilloche pattern.
So named for the precise angle at which its near-invisible hinge folds, TAG Heuer’s 27 AIR series are made from unbreakable plastic; choose from three shapes and six shields.
This Bauhaus Bag keeps things utilitarian, with plenty of interior and exterior zip pockets, double handles and a shoulder strap; it’s vegan friendly and made with canvas and suede.
Nothing gets us more excited than lasers, especially ones that are borderline dangerous; Wicked Lasers’ Spyder II GX outputs 200-300mW with a range of over 100 miles.
Increased space is the name of the game for Spyker’s C8 Aileron, recently unveiled at Geneva; the wheelbase increases by 5.9″ while an Audi 4.2L V8 powerplant pumps out 400bhp.
With 257hp on tap, Lotus’ Exige S260 Sport is the most powerful Exige ever; it also drops 50 lbs, allowing it to go 0-60mph in 4.0s with a supercharged 1.8L 4 cylinder engine.
The world’s fastest hybrid, Giugiaro’s Frazer-Nash Namir claims a top speed of 187mph; what really perks our ears, though, is the 1,200 mile range and a fuel economy of 91.7mpg.
With a colossal 742 lumens, the Neofab Legion II is more light than most of us know what to do with; it also features single finger on/off, multi-level brightness and Teflon bearings.
Designed to wow the European market, the Infiniti Essence has done much more; gorgeous lines inside and out hide a twin-turbo 3.7L V6 and electric drivetrain with 592 brake hp.
Improving on a Bugatti is no easy task, but Mansory’s Veyron LINEA Vincero boosts power to 1109hp with a cold air induction system; also: carbon fiber parts + larger air outlets.
Get a unique pair of Beats by Dre cans courtesy ColorWare; 11 areas and 35 colors are available to customize, as well as your choice of brand new headphones or your own used pair.
Two noteworthy watches for Alpina in 2009: the 257-piece Extreme celebrates the “12 Hours of Sebring” race, while the 18-piece Extreme Tourbillon features a silicon escapement wheel.
Created in 1970 by Christian Râ€šÃ Ã¶¬âˆ‚der, the Joker Light looks more Batman than Joker; the hand-assembled pendant lamp has been reissued by Le Klint and is available in black or white.
Lighter and faster than its siblings, Lamborghini’s Murcielago 670-4 SuperVeloce is “exceptionally purist”; it goes 0-60 in 3.2s with a tuned 670hp 6.5L V12 while dropping 220 lbs.
Real men may drive stick shifts, but Maserati’s GranTurismo S Auto is tough to overlook; it mates a 4.7L V8 engine to a smooth ZF 6-speed gearbox for 440hp and 361 lb-ft of torque.
Retrowerk’s Steampunk Watches come straight out of a Jules Verne novel, with worn steel and brass cases and a telescopic lever system; some include compasses and glow in the dark.
For 2009 Maurice Lacroix’s Masterpiece Lune Retrograde watch takes on modern sensibilities with a skeleton dial; large 46mm case houses a calendar and displays moon phases.
With stainless steel, aluminum and unbreakable glass, the Lux Minimalist Foosball table is more modern art than game; players can be customized in one of 12 finishes including gold.
With nine finishes including Zebrano and Cognac, Dual’s Consoles & Mixing Desks are targeted towards DJs with an eye for modern design; each can be customized with add-ons.
For those unsatisfied with the base GT, Gemballa is dropping a Carbon edition which sheds weight and boosts power to 670hp; the result is a top speed of 208mph and 0-62 in 3.7s.
With an extruded aluminum case and gold mechanical elements, Roland Iten’s ritzy Credit Card Dispenser is only for the credit limit-endowed; a trigger shoots out four cards at a time.
Specs are unconfirmed, but rumors are rife about the Centenaire, a special Veyron built to celebrate Bugatti’s 100 year anniversary; it’ll get 1350+ hp and a top speed of 261 mph.
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