El Chapo is one of the world's most notorious drug traffickers. One of the things that made him so successful was his masterful use of tunnels. Not only did he use the sophisticated underground passages as a way to transport drugs across the border, but also to transport himself out of danger and even out of jail.
50 years ago, one of the greatest moments in the history of mankind happened — humans set foot on the moon. Started nine years before in 1960 by President John F. Kennedy, the race to the moon captured the imaginations of generations and made Armstrong and Aldrin into household names. Created from a newly discovered cache of 65mm film and 11,000 hours of audio recordings, this is the story of Apollo 11 from the people who made it happen.
Worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in his upcoming outing No Time To Die, Barton Perreira's Joe Sunglasses are a masculine take on a timeless silhouette. Deceptively simple, the black frames are made from Zylonite, with dark-tinted glass lenses. Each pair is handmade in Japan, has the officially licensed 007 logo on the temple, and comes in a limited edition 007 box with an authenticity card and cleaning cloth.
Eye Size: 52mm / Bridge Size: 20mm / Temple Length: 148mm
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Although black licorice is an acquired taste, Le Creuset's latest hue will appeal to everyone. The timeless finish is the French cookware manufacturer's deepest matte yet and they're draping it on their signature Dutch oven. Its subtle sheen is paired with a stainless steel handle for a classic combination that can live harmoniously with neutrals or any color on the spectrum. Essential in any cook's arsenal, the round Dutch oven is made from enameled cast iron that can be used on both the stovetop and in the oven for slow-cooking, braising, and roasting. Its sand-colored interior sears and caramelizes while preventing stains and sticking and a dome lid circulates heat for tender, flavorful results. Like all of their products, each piece is hand-inspected by 15 artisans ensuring maximum quality.
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Presented by Le Creuset.
After Hereditary, A24 expands their horror portfolio with The Hole in the Ground. The Irish flick follows a mother and her son as they move to a new town. After an encounter with their mysterious neighbor, Chris goes missing. Although he returns quickly, the boy who came back isn't the same kid that left. Coming to theaters on March 1, 2019.
The Dude is known for his White Russians. Carrie Bradshaw is a noted devotee of the Cosmopolitan. For this year's Super Bowl ad, Stella Artois has these screen icons switch up their normal drinks while suggesting you do the same — even if you can't quite pronounce the name.
Introduced in 1957 and made for Turin tram drivers, Persol's 649 has become one of the brand's most recognizable designs. With an acetate frame, crystal lenses, and flexible Meflecto stems, it's ideal for daily wear. The 649's stature was further cemented when it was worn by Marcello Mastroianni in Divorce, Italian Style. We're offering this classic in Havana tortoise or black, both with Persol's classic and iconic dark green lenses.
From particles and dust to bacteria and contaminants, the air is full of harmful pollutants. The O2 Curve Mask offers superior protection from these hazards without sacrificing comfort. Its lined with medical-grade silicone to create a seal that can block particulate matter down to 0.1 microns while adjustable straps and soft silicone ear loops provide a secure, comfortable fit. As far as respirators go, the compact design is pretty stylish. It comes with a white shell but is also available in black, red, and blue. Each mask includes a 3-pack of electrostatic filters.
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Presented by O2.
In 2012, a paranormal investigator received an email from a man claiming to have seen strange creatures lurking about his property. This launches an investigation that stretches from Colorado to Kentucky in search of the truth — and a terrifying conclusion. This is the first episode of Hellier, a five-part series that investigates the Kentucky goblin phenomenon in the town of the same name.
In this four-part docu-series, director Sacha Jenkins pays homage to Wu-Tang Clan. The documentary will go back to group's beginning in Staten Island and follow their over 25-year run with archival footage and interviews from members like Method Man, RZA, Raekwon, and Ghostface Killah. After a premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, the series will be released on Showtime this spring.