2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the world’s most iconic sports car, the Porsche 911, and the German automaker plans to celebrate in style. Since it first debuted as the Type 901 at the IAA International Automotive Show in September 1963, over 820,000 Porsche 911s have been built. The marque now offers a dozen different variations on the design, the classic lines of which have remained largely unchanged over the decades.
Brighten your accessories repertoire with Valentino's fabulous fuchsia shoulder bag. Crafted from butter-soft leather, this stud-detailed design perfectly showcases the label's fiercely feminine aesthetic. Carry yours by the hand strap for the most fashion-forward finish.
Heel measures approximately 115mm/ 4.5 inches. Alexander Wang's black leather and suede cutout ankle boots take their cue from the designer's acclaimed runway collection, where his deconstructed designs were a front row hit. Be inspired by the brand's graphic aesthetic and keep the rest of your outfit sleek.
DKNY gives sporty style a ladylike spin with this reversible satin bomber jacket. The classic black and white palette and fitted shape add feminine appeal to this athletic-inspired design. Give yours a preppy finish with a crisp shirt and boyish brogues.
Picasso’s Femme Assise Pres d'une Fenetre went under the hammer for a staggering £28.6 million at Sotheby’s London yesterday. Painted in 1932, the portrait depicts the artist’s mistress Marie-Therese Walter sitting pensively by the window.
All set for its formal reveal at the Geneva Auto Show in March, here's a sneak peek at the gorgeous new 2014 Aston Martin Rapide S. Automobile fans are of course aware that the existing Rapide was, as its name suggests, one of the zippiest four-door sportscars around, but the 2014 S version ups the ante by eking out 550 hp - that's 80 more that its predecessor.
Designer Patricia Urquiola’s new collection for French crystal manufacturer Baccarat was shown during Milan Design Week 2012. The collection, entitled ‘Variations’, was displayed by on molo’s white textile softblocks and softseating fanning stools.