Make Any Brand Sound Amazing With the McIntosh MHA100 Headphone Amplifier

McIntosh MHA100
TECH | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

Having a great pair of headphones is one thing, but getting a dedicated headphone amplifier is another thing entirely. The MHA100 is the very first amplifier of its kind from McIntosh and gives four digital inputs that allows the gadget to decode music at up to 32 bits and 192kHz for maximum enjoyment and quality. 

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Chef Yves Le Lay Explores the "Core of His Culinary Soul" with New Nordic Islands’ Cuisine

Chef Yves Le Lay,Pädaste Manor
LUXEEPICURE | by: JANICE NIEDER

Saaremaa's Pädaste Manor’s wildly talented, wildly attractive (and single) Chef de Cuisine Yves Le Lay has worked in many iconic Michelin-starred kitchens throughout Denmark, Switzerland and Norway before happily returning to what he considers “to be the core of his culinary soul.”

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Discovering Music & Mistaken Identity With Artist-to-Watch Jacob Summers of Avid Dancer

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ARTS & CULTURE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

We've all heard the story before: a kid is raised in a super strict religious household and grows up to kill it in the music industry. It happened to Kings of Leon and it happened to Katy Perry. But what sets Avid Dancer's Jacob Summers apart (aside from him being fairly new to the scene) is his genuine unabashed enthusiasm for not only his own music (which brings to mind a low-key '70s beach rock movie), but for the music around him. 

COMMENTS 1 | 2014

Super Cool Private Yacht Design Is the Star of the Open Sea

star superyacht BMT Nigel Gee
LUXURY YACHTS | by: MILA PANTOVICH

If you've ever wanted a superyacht that could double as the north star, this design by Lobanov Design and BMT Nigel Gee is it. Aptly named Star, the project started as a doodle on a napkin, a challenge to create a yacht that brings together modern architecture, and product and car design. Judging by these concept photos, they wildly succeeded. 

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Director of New Film St. Vincent Hilariously Explains How He Got Bill Murray To Do the Film

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ARTS & CULTURE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

At the San Diego Film Festival last weekend, Theodore Melfi gave one of the best Q&A's to ever be given, sharing with the audience the details of how he nabbed the elusive Bill Murray for St. Vincent—his debut feature film that only took him around four weeks to write. While he chatted about the origins of the story (it's inspired by members of his own family, including his young daughter) and sang the praises of the entire cast (especially Melissa McCarthy), the big stories of the night revolved around Murray. 

COMMENTS 4 | 2014

Cumberbatch Beats Nazis, Murray Gets Self-Destructive & Witherspoon Hikes 1,000 Miles at San Diego Film Festival

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ARTS & CULTURE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

The San Diego Film Festival is officially over after filling five days full of over 100 flicks, many of which will definitely be Oscar contenders this year. Though the festival has actually been around since 2001, it's only been within the past few years that it's really started to find its footing and this year's event had the best line-up yet. Check out the event's three biggest films below, the ones that exceeded our expectations (like The Imitation Game and St. Vincent) and the one that left us feelin

COMMENTS 1 | 2014

Horns Director Alexandre Aja Chats Casting Harry Potter as a Fallen Angel & Refreshing the Horror Genre

horns, Daniel Radcliffe, Alexandre Aja
ARTS & CULTURE | by: VICKI ARKOFF

Roguish filmmaker Alexandre Aja looks like he could play a proper Jane Austin gentleman, but in fact he just might be even more evil than Voldemort.  The “Splat Pack” horror movie filmmaker had a dream— a nightmarish dream—to turn Harry Potter into Satan, and his gruesome wish is about to come true with the Halloween release of his upcoming film Horns.

COMMENTS 1 | 2014

Apple #Bendgate: No, That’s Not an iPhone 6 Plus Feature

i phone 6
TECH | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

We were just as jazzed as the next person to hear Apple announce the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and Apple Watch, but it looks like the Apple 6 Plus couldn't handle the pressure (literally). Several new reports are making it clear that Apple might have skimped on everyday wear-and-tear testing with their super skinny new release. Apparently, many of the lucky fans to have already picked up the new smartphone are pulling it out of their pockets to find the frame bent.

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

Safely Store & Access Your Bitcoins With the BitStash

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TECH | by: DJANI SCHAFER

Bitcoin transactions aren’t exactly the status-quo and we’re not surprised. As cool as crypto-currency sounds, it’s matched by its complexity—if I’m paying with a digital currency, I want to make sure I’m not susceptible to digital hacking. It’s not too much to ask for right? Well, BitStash is here to make it easier to stash and use your Bitcoin “cash.”

COMMENTS 0 | 2014

Bypass the Complexities of Brewing Beer & Let the Brewbot Do It For You

brewbot, craft beer, brewing beer
LUXEEPICURE | by: MILA PANTOVICH

With craft beer booming, everyone wants to be a home brewer nowadays, but actually doing it can be more of a commitment than you're prepared for—it's scientific, complicated, and requires a lot of patience and training to do right. If you would prefer just skipping all of the training and spending your time coming up with funny brew names based on your favorite yoga pose or Beyoncé song instead, the Brewbot is where you need to turn. 

COMMENTS 1 | 2014

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The Jesus of Bicycles? X1 Water Bike Takes Cycling to the Sea

x1 water bike
LEISURE | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

Take one avid Soul Cycler, combine with one large body of water, and mix well — that’s almost (okay, not at all) how this bike came about. Actually, Judah Schiller created the X1 Water Bike, it was so that he could bike across the San Francisco Bay. 

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Does the Roomba Stand a Chance Against the Robotic Dyson 360 Eye?

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TECH | by: JUSTLUXE TEAM

If we were to say a Dyson sucked, it wouldn’t be an insult, it would be a compliment. Known for revolutionizing vacuuming technology, Dyson has done it again with the design of a reliable and pretty powerful vacuum that’ll suck all on its own, making your life a little easier and a little less...well, sucky. Similar to a Roomba, but backed with the power of Dyson, the not-even-available-yet Dyson 360 Eye will do more than push around dirt and entertain the cat.

COMMENTS 0 | 2014
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