Marc Werner, MD, MD of Stahl Eyecare is offering the Vision For Our Heroes program to provide 30% off Lasik for New York City area fire fighters, law enforcement, teachers, and military personnel. Even immediate family members (spouse, children) can get the discount! Stahl Eyecare surgeons are Harvard, Yale and Johns Hopkins trained and have performed over 40,000 Lasik procedures. Lasik has been proven so safe and effective that it has been approved by NASA for use on US astronauts, pilots, and mission payload specialists who face extreme, physically demanding conditions.
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The past is often an inspiration for the future in relation to design. The ability to look back and re-create garments from distant days serves as a refreshing injection of originality; offering a fresh perspective on the current array of mundane ideas. This ideology is exactly what Umbro have used to rediscover two of its most iconic items with the helping hand of knitwear specialist John Smedley. Unearthed from the Umbro archives, the design team encountered two pieces from the 1940’s. The Field Sweater Originally a warm up top in 1948 – the re-make preserves most of its original characteristics from its predecessor, featuring a distinctively retro cut. Crafted from John Smedley’s sea island cotton in a 24 gauge knit, the updated model is available in a dark navy and features an intricate array of details. From ribbed cuffs to a mid-zip detail and a concealed pocket, the field sweater to has a distinctively functional edge. The Tangeru Fabricated from a 30 gauge cotton, this three button t-shirt features a round collar inspired by competitive …
Adnan Djinovic and Steven Chevrin photographed by Jean Francois Gschwindt and styled by Richard Voinnet for the issue #4 of Apollo Novo.
Calvin Klein taps Patrick Kafka to appear in its last lookbook for the Summer 2012 season.
Inspired by music TOPMAN teamed up with Teenage Cancer Trust to create a 4 piece capsule collection set to hit stores this Monday. £5 from every sale going towards the charity there’s every reason to get involved! www.topman.com
Model: Lucas Partyka |AS Management| Hair, Makeup & Style: Bartek Mogielski Photographer: Krzysztof Wyzynski Website: www.wyzynski.com AS Management’s very promising Lucas Partyka stops byKrzysztof Wyzynski‘s studio for this eye-catching portfolio update.
Danish brand Wood Wood presented their Spring/Summer 2013 collection during Copenhagen Fashion Week. The collection is inspired by the phenomenon ”Summer of Love”, that took place first in 1967’s San Francisco – center of the Hippie movement, and the later “Second Summer of Love” in Great Britain around 1988-89, where rave culture and Acid House exploded along with the introduction of MDMA. Both were significant movements which dealt with the confrontation and liberation from existing social systems, and both were driven by an incredibly positive and engaging energy. This energy is what fuelled Wood Wood to work with the concept of a third ”Summer of Love”. The Spring/Summer collection pulls in elements from the two historic movements and is guided into contemporary fashion with a distinct combination of tailoring and the recognisable Wood Wood aesthetic with its casual and street inspired items as well as references to performance sports. The 3rd movement exudes a calm and warm positivity in its subtle colourways, selecting puce and brown tones to be this season’s new base, along with classic navy, antique whites, army colours and grey melanges. This …
Holden Nowell shot by Marco Falcetta and styled by Giuseppe Ceccarelli with pieces from Tom Ford, Louis Vuitton and more, for the issue #4 of Homme Style.
British designer Oliver Sweeney is taking shoe customisation to a whole new level with their ‘Walk of Art’ pop-up in Selfridges, London. Following the triumph of last year’s ‘Tattoo Your Shoe’ event, the luxury department store has invited Sweeney to once again encourage customers to get creative with footwear. This time around, the popular pop-up allows visitors to choose from a range of customising options: Tattoo your shoe. Tamponato (Italian art of hand colouring shoes). Choice of coloured laces. With endless ways to personalise your shoe, you can leave with not only a smile, but the knowledge that you have yourself a truly unique pair of Sweeneys. Oliver Sweeny’s ‘Walk of art’ is open until 19th August