The latest HBO series is based on the medieval fantasy novels A Song of Ice and Fire. Winter is coming spring 2011.
Jem Stansfield of BBC's Bang Goes The Theory, travels to the Solar Furnace Research Facility in Southern France to see what kind of damage highly concentrated sunlight can do (a lot, apparently).
Taking what you love about your favorite jeans and dialing it up a notch, the Olivers Passage Pant is aiming to be your new go-to. The performance pants are made from Cordura threads giving them a soft, lightweight yet durable exterior. A four-way stretch makes them comfortable enough for biking or binge-watching while a tailored look and stainless steel Italian hardware dress them up just enough to make it in the boardroom. Each pair is designed and made in Los Angeles.
Presented by Olivers.
Perhaps the most iconic piece of clothing worn by James Bond in Skyfall, the traditional peacoat from then under-the-radar Alabama-based Billy Reid developed a story and cult status of its own. After learning Daniel Craig had purchased the same coat for himself prior to filming Skyfall, a small, in-house team at Billy Reid began an effort to have the coat placed organically in the upcoming Bond film. Successful in that mission, the peacoat went viral in the 007 community, selling out countless times, backordered for over 2 years, before finally being placed in the brand's core collection. Now available again in the same heavy 80% wool / 20% nylon blend as used in the film, it's not quite bulletproof, but you might feel that way slipping it on. Ideal for clandestine missions and polar vortexes alike.
Fits trim, but take your normal size.
Measurements are taken from a size Medium, lying flat: Body length 31.5" / Across shoulder 17.25" / Chest 21.75" / Sleeve length from center back point 35" / Waist 19.75" / Bottom opening 23"
With the help of Tiger-Stone, you can build 400 hundred yards of brick road a day. Just insert the bricks and it spews them out into neat, tightly-packed cobblestone side streets.