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Selectism | Around the Web

01. Israel’s Prodigal Designer’s Most Interesting Watch

“Many of you may not be familiar with Itay Noy, but perhaps you should be.  He is a designer of the first order, he holds a BFA in jewelry design in addition a masters from the prestigious Design Academy Eindhoven in Holland.” (Hodinkee)

02. OMFG//

GIVENCHY.COM JUST POSTED IMAGES OF THEIR FALL/WINTER 2009 ACCESSORIES AND I COULD NOT THINK OF A MORE APPROPRIATE TIME TO SAY, “I DIE! I DIE! I DIE! AND I DIE AGAIN! BURY ME IN GIVENCHY”  I AM SAVING UP IMMEDIATELY!” #woah (Jak & Jil)

03. Riding the It Factor

“Like a Louis Vuitton trunk, it has a chic design and a patina of history stretching back to the 19th century. And like a bottle of San Pellegrino, it evokes that genteel way of life that Europeans are always going on about. (NYT)

04. Martin Margiela’s New Munich Store

Martin Margiela is always on top of the trends and when it comes to his store designs, they are simply art! I believe being a fan of Margiela’s collections goes hand in hand with loving their stores, I’ve been to bunch of them all over Europe…” (Trendland)

05. UK design student creates electric tribute to 1925 Sunbeam Tiger LSR car (above)

“While the original Tiger used a V12 engine to hit a record 145 miles-per-hour, Skelley hypothesizes that his new concept would use lithium titanate batteries to power an electric motor and get to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds and reach a limited top-end of 160 mph.” (Autoblog)

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