The Monaco Grand Prix is one-third of the Triple Crown of motorsport, along with the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Indianapolis 500. The glamour and pageantry of the race are unparalleled and the drivers who have won it are legendary. This footage from the 1962 Monaco GP is from one of the best eras of F1 when safety was an afterthought and the mid-engine layout had come into full supremacy. Taking from the German film Flying Clipper, it shows what the Golden Age of racing was like.
In 1985, John Gotti organized a hit on Paul Castellano and became don of New York's Gambino crime family. The "Dapper Don" quickly became known for his flashy style that was in sharp contrast to the low profile other mobsters tried to maintain — and it would be his downfall. John Travolta stars as the iconic boss when the film finally comes to theaters on June 15, 2018.
Clinton C. Filson got his start outfitting prospectors on their way to the Klondike Gold Rush at the end of the 19th century. The C.C.F. line of workwear from Filson bears his initials and carries on the Filson tradition of high-quality clothing that's versatile and tough. Made with a durable nylon shell with quilted polyester insulation, the C.C.F. Quilted Utility Jacket is compact and lightweight, making it an ideal outer layer as the weather begins to turn in the Fall, and in early Spring when there's still a chill in the air. In the colder months of Winter, it's perfect to place underneath a heavier coat as an insulating layer, making it a true three-season workhorse. Each jacket is finished with action-back shoulder pleats, insulated hand-warmer pockets, a metal zipper, and is priced right to be your go-to, throw-it-on layer this Fall.
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Oris was founded in 1904 in the village of Hölstein which is surrounded by the Waldenburg Valley. The Calibre 115 draws inspiration from that location and continues the company's rich tradition of premium mechanical timepieces. The new timepiece features a fully skeletonized movement — including the barrel at 12 o'clock — so the watchmaker's talents are on full display. As you wind the crown, the mainspring coils until it's fully wound and ready to deliver ten days of uninterrupted power. It's housed within a 44mm brushed titanium case that employs a design passed down from a 1938 model and supplemented by a jet engine turbine blade motif introduced into the Big Crown ProPilot's bezel a few years ago. Additional details include Super-LumiNova filled hands and indices, double-sided anti-reflective domed sapphire glass, and a multi-piece titanium bracelet or a black leather strap.
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Moonraker isn't even collector Alan Stephenson's favorite James Bond film — it's just the one he has the most props from. Moonraker saw Bond venture into space, and the film was supposed to coincide with the launch of the US Space Shuttle, but when that got delayed, the movie released first. Alan claims one of the largest private collections of James Bond memorabilia around and shared it with Tested's Norman Chan.
James Cameron knows science fiction movies. From Terminator to Aliens, he's made some of the best-know sci-fi films of all time. Now he sits down with WIRED to answer all your questions about the genre, both good and bad.
Daniel Craig's direct hand in shaping the wardrobe for James Bond has been well documented, and his earliest influence on modern Bond style is reflected in the Sunspel Riviera polo. Worn by Craig in the early moments of Casino Royale while in the Bahamas, the polo was hand selected for the film after being pulled from Sunspel's archives and altered to a more modern silhouette. Originally designed by the owners of Sunspel in the 1950's to be worn in the heat of the French Riviera, the mesh fabric was custom developed to provide the maximum amount of cooling to the wearer. Almost an oversized piqué, the fabric is truly unique and now instantly recognizable thanks to Bond. It's cut short and comfortably trim, and is always meant to be worn untucked. Available in black, white, and navy (as worn in Casino Royale), it's ideal for the summer heat anywhere your mission may take you.
To celebrate the brand's 10th anniversary, Aether is resurrecting a classic with the Space Hoodie 2.0. The reissue of their signature piece takes everything you loved about the original and tweaks it with a more modern aesthetic. Its matte ripstop shell and lining are insulated with 60 grams of PrimaLoft® GOLD, for lightweight protection from mild wind and cold. When the weather gets extreme, the jacket can transition to a solid middle layer. Functional and great looking, the updated Space Hoodie is a new go-to for both backcountry and urban explorers.
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As if a return to Twitter wasn't enough, Kanye West has released an in-depth interview with Charlamagne tha God. Just as his previous tweet indicated, the almost two-hour conversation between Yeezy and The Breakfast Club host touches on mental health, his beef with Obama, Trump, Jay-Z, and more.
There was a time when car safety was an afterthought. No airbags, seat belts, crumple zones — just a bench seat, steel dash, and non-collapsable steering column were all that you had to stop in the event of an accident. Ford offered optional lap belts in the 50s, and in 1959, Volvo introduced the first three-point seat belt. Since then, the odds of surviving have increased exponentially, and with driverless cars on the horizon, the most unsafe thing in the auto might be gone completely.