Director Alex Emslie demonstrates how conflicts within the workplace are best settled with a little head-severing Kung-Fu.
Established in 1991 with a fitted Greensboro Hornets hat, Angel Del Rosario shows off his expanding 800-piece New Era cap collection.
There's nothing quite as mesmerizing as a tourbillion complication on a luxury timepiece. And Era has not only created a beautiful example, but they've done it at a price that's considerably less than the majority of tourbillions on the market. The Prometheus Titan is built around a 44m hand-polished case with ultra-scratch resistant Sapphire glass that houses a dial with a GMT hour hand, day/night complication, — and of course — the elegant flow of the single-axis manual tourbillion movement. The platinum bezel with 78 round GH colored diamonds weighing 2.3 carats add an extra layer of class and brilliance, and the timepiece is finished with a Hornback style leather strap with quick release bars. The Titan arrives in a box made from pure custom wood that is lacquered carefully over hours and the watch is backed by Era's two-year international warranty.
Presented by ERA.
After nearly a century of setting the standard in bootmaking, Viberg has entered the sneaker game. The only sneaker made entirely in Canada and the result of years of studying Nike and the Jordan Brand, they feature a silhouette that draws inspiration from classic athletic footwear from the 1980s and 90s. Each pair is built upon a Vibram Sphike RGS sole that you'd typically only find on a rugged hiking shoe. This robust foundation not only provides comfort but also gives you the best traction we've ever seen in a sneaker. The upper is lined with contrasting Italian horsehide panels and supported by soft padding at the tongue and collar, a heavyweight leather insole — the same one used on their boots — and a removable leather footbed. Available in black or white, each pair is finished with custom linen laces from Italy and use Viberg's #1003 Last.
Viberg sizing, take your equivalent US size listed next to the Viberg Size.
Science teacher Cory Poole captured last night's solar eclipse in this 60-second, 700-picture time-lapse.