This week, you’re getting your favorite music on the go—with 20% off these Swiss-made, pocket-size portable speakers from Geneva XS. Plus, take 30% off Nova Scotia lobster (also served to royalty) and Argentine steaks and sausages for sizzling on your grill. Your Labor Day barbecue just went next-level.
Things to do for August 09, 2012
This Weekend, You Commandeer Clooney’s Car
No pain, no the weekend.
Play Sports. Look Amazing.
We trust your wardrobe is already sufficiently canoe-friendly. We trust that. But you’ll still want to check out Orlebar Brown’s new lineup of running, surfing, swimming and canoeing gear—think snug nylon boardshorts, quick-drying long-sleeve shirts and “sport briefs.” Which are basically Speedos. From Portugal. For sports.
Commandeering Clooney’s Tesla Roadster
There’s an online auction coming up. You’ll hate it, though. Nothing for you. Unless, of course, you’re into the whole “owning Clark Gable’s 1935 Duesenberg Model JN Convertible Coupe or George Clooney’s Tesla Roadster” thing. In which case, have at it. Beats Freddie Prinze Jr.’s 2012 Kia Sorento.
Nothing Against Babies, But...
Sometimes people post pictures of their babies on Facebook. And sometimes you don’t care. Don’t get us wrong, they’re cute and fat and stuff. It’s just that... well, there’s this new Google Chrome extension that automatically deletes baby pictures from Facebook and replaces them with other pictures. Like bacon. And cars. Happy de-babying.
How to Spy on the World
You’re about to visit a website called This Is Now. You’re going to click on a city (London, LA, New York...). And then you’re going to look at hundreds of live Instagram pics that people are taking in those particular cities at that particular time. It’s like non-creepy voyeurism. Okay, less creepy.
This Is a Sale. It’s from Sid Mashburn.
Sid Mashburn. Maybe you’ve heard of the guy. Lives in the South. Stitches together a mean wool hopsack suit. Well, he’s having a little summer sale right now. Which means Sartorio gun-check jackets. And pink seersucker pants. And... using less cash to put them on your body.