Diana, originally Caught in Flight, is directed by German filmmaker Oliver Hirschbiegel (The Experiment, Downfall, The Invasion) described as the “love story between a princess locked in a tower and an ordinary man.” The script from Stephen Jeffreys (The Libertine) is said to focus on Diana’s secret two-year love affair in the mid-1990s with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Kahn that wasn’t revealed until 2008. The cast includes Naveen Andrews as Dr. Khan and Naomi Watts as Princess Diana, the film arrives internationally this October, with Entertainment One distributing Diana here in the United States in limited theaters on November 1st this fall.
The “Bel-Air” collection continues as detail photos of the Air Jordan XX8 SE rendition are unveiled. Taking cues from the shrouded Air Jordan XX8, we see the remixed version covered in colorful camo print, borrowing its pantone palette from the ’90s-era Fresh Prince. Despite its aesthetics, this colorway of the XX8 SE manages to preserve its performance points, featuring carbon fiber in the appropriate parts, in addition to the revolutionary Flight Plate technology. A concrete drop date isn’t solid as of yet, but you can count on these to drop before the end of the year, especially with the “Bel-Air” Air Jordan 5 dropping early next month.
BMW has officially debuted the X6 M Design Edition. This variant of the range-topping X6 M adds several unique aesthetic upgrades to the already special X6 M including a carbon fiber front splitter, matte black grille, carbon fiber rear spoiler, rear diffuser and beefy 21″ alloy wheels. Inside the cabin is a black and red leather-wrapped dashboard and matching two-tone leather seats along with red stitching throughout and an individually numbered plaque. No word on whether BMW has made any changes to the performance but the standard X6 M is no slouch thanks to the V8 engine which puts out 555 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque, so expect this to be much the same The BMW X6 M Design Edition will be limited to just 100 examples.
Nikon has just unveiled its newest camera model – the rugged, waterproof AW1. The first waterproof, interchangeable lens camera in the industry, the AW1 is submersible down to 49 feet without the need for a waterproof housing. The mirrorless camera will work with any Nikon 1 series lens but will only remain waterproof if used with either the AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 or AW 10mm f/2.8 lenses. In addition to being waterproof, the camera is also shockproof and can withstand a drop from up to six feet. The camera will be available in a package with the AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 lens for $800 USD or with both lenses for $1,000 USD. (SOURCE)
Grudge Match is directed by Peter Segal (Tommy Boy, My Fellow Americans, 50 First Dates) with a script from “Entourage” creator Doug Ellin and “Late Show with David Letterman” scribe Rodney Rothman. The story unites Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro, known for iconic turns as boxers in Rocky and Raging Bull respectively, as two bitter boxing rivals who are coaxed back into the ring for a grudge match 50 years after they fought for the title. Kevin Hart, Alan Arkin, Kim Basinger and Jon Bernthal also star in the film which Warner Bros. Pictures will bring to theaters on Christmas Day, December 25th, this winter.
Cool colorways and popped collars make the Nike Air Max 90 SneakerBoot a worthy wear for the winter and beyond. OG inspiration and ACG aesthetic make for plenty of options, appearing stylish for each and every season. Built off the the ethos of the AM 90 and upgraded with a neoprene bootie, mixed material upper and aggressive outsole, peep some of the upcoming colorways of the Nike Air Max 90 SneakerBoot below. Look for these to launch early next month. (SOURCE)
Luxury watch surgeon Bamford Watch Department links with the 75-year-old clothier Henry Singer for a Custom Rolex Daytona. Finished with a matte black military grade titanium coating, this self-winding chronograph features a Rolex-touted superlative chronometer, a stainless steel base, oyster casing with screw down pushers and an adjustable oyster flip lock bracelet. With a full 2-year warranty, the Henry Singer x Bamford Watch Department Custom Rolex Daytona is currently available in-store by appointment only. Grab a closer look below: (CLICK HERE FOR LINK)
What is Cordli?
Cordli helps you Avoid the “cord bulge”! Don’t wrestle with extra-long cords while listening to your music on the go; You can now enjoy new freedom with the Cordli case for IPhone 4/4s and 5. This case has been designed to match any pair of studio headphones like Beats by Dre or Soul by Ludacris with a 3.5mm diameter cord.
No need to wrap the excess cord around the case, or stuff them in your pocket; damaging your expensive cords. The Cordli case is both style and function protective case that won’t cause cord damage. Simply weave the excess cord through the winding grooves in the case. You can save 10″ of cord length or 20″ by using the full length of the grooves. Enjoy your new freedom!
We have a design ready to be manufactured and produced for the IPhone 5. With the headphone jack at the bottom of the phone, this case design is so much easier to maneuver into your pockets. Our challenge is that we need to get to 1000 backers, for production of the IPhone 5 cases along with the IPhone 4/4s cases. You will be able to save the same 10″ or 20″ of cord length with the IPhone 5 design. Here it is, check it out.
The idea for the Cordli iPhone case was born of a need to create a discreet storage space for the commonly seen audio cords that come with many of the commercially available hi def audio cans. Aki (creator), an audiophile with not a lot of extra pocket room for his iPhone and excess cord length with his Dr. Dre headphones, developed a 2D mechanical layout of a proposed design. From there, a 3D CAD design was developed which was then used to produce a rigid 3D printed version of the pre-manufactured design. This prototype was used to illustrate the general look and feel of the product but was not sufficient to demonstrate the flexibility in material needed to fully evaluate a production quality silicone. This first initial 3D printed case led to a change in the design of the cord storage recesses (adding in additional length for chord storage) and also taking the bend radius for chords and depth of channels into consideration. The next step was to create a rapid mold used to cast parts in a urethane material. Several pre-production units were produced off of the mold and then evaluated. The parts were evaluated in the categories of form, fit and function. It was determined that 1. the design of the cable routing had been optimized for varying lengths of cord storage 2. strain on cables had been minimized by using a specific bend radius in the cable runs 3. cables were retained well and cable diameters were flush with the exterior cosmetic surfaces of the case thereby eliminating any snag points and potential usability issues. The limited sample run successfully produced parts that were defect free and ultimately validated the capability of the manufacturer / supplier chosen to mass produce the end product. (CLICK HERE FOR LINK)