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Reserve Your Own Special $7k Lalique Bottle of Patrón Before They Sell Out

Oct 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When Lalique decided it was time to work with a tequila brand, they naturally partnered with Patrón. Called the Patrón en Lalique: Serie 1, their first collaboration comes in the form of a limited-edition crystal decanter that has been handmade by master artisans. Combining French craftsmanship with Mexican heritage, only 500 pieces have been made and each carries a price tag of $7,500.

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The $2k Mammoth Tusk Folding Knife for the Tough Guy Who Has Everything

Oct 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Finding the perfect gift for a "man’s man" can be nearly impossible, especially after you’ve already bought the latest beard grooming kits and have exhausted craft beer as an option. This is where cool camping gear and wilderness survival supplies come in, and with them, top-of-the-line knives. 

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Bang & Olufsen Release the $38k "Tesla of Loudspeakers"

Oct 15, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

New from Bang & Olufsen is the BeoLab 90, a visually stunning speaker that has no discernable front or back. Able to be positioned anywhere in the home due to its 360-degree design, the B&O is calling their latest product “the Tesla of loudspeakers,” and though we can’t say we’ve tried them, they certainly look like something Elon Musk would buy. 

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Hold Your Own Amazing Race With the Schiller S1 Water Bike

Oct 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you watch The Amazing Race, you may have already spotted the Schiller S1 water bike when it was featured in a challenge. Half premium bicycle and half catamaran, the design is supported by an anodized aluminum frame and stainless steel parts. According to Schiller, “a proprietary drive train employs Gate carbon drive belts, flexible shafts, and propulsion system that enables riders to easy create forward thrust with a high degree of maneuverability.” Not only is it a great form of cardio and promises to burn the same amount of calories as a regular bike, but you’ll be out on the water, which will be a nice change of pace from the routine city streets. 

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These Adorably-Spooky Human Skulls Are Carved From Precious Oyster Pearls

Oct 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

These tiny skulls may look like hard proof that fairies exist, but they’re actually carved pearls. Japanese artist Shinji Nakaba has been painstakingly mapping and carving oyster pearls into human and animal skulls since 1974, making what he calls “wearable sculptures.”

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Treat Your Whisky Right With the $5,000 TUMI and Johnnie Walker Tasting Case

Oct 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

TUMI and Johnnie Walker Blue Label have teamed up for the holidays to offer a limited-edition tasting kit. Called the TUMI x Johnnie Walker Blue Label Tasting Case and restricted to only 65, the case is inspired by the very first rare casks that were chosen to create the whisky brand. The leather carry case is laser-etched with the luggage brand's logo and custom-made to fit a 750ml Blue Label bottle that you can choose to have engraved. 

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The iPad Air 2 Has Been Refined With Carbon Fiber, Leather & Macassar Wood

Oct 7, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The iPhone gets a lot of attention, with countless companies releasing bedazzled versions of the smartphone, but thanks to Germany-based Brinell, the iPad Air 2 has now gotten some much-needed love. Their refined interpretation swaps out the tablet’s traditional round-edged encasement for your choice of Macassar wood, nappa leather or carbon fiber.

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We Don't Recommend Trying to Steal the Miniature Chest Safe by Döttling

Oct 7, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

As intimidating and tiny as it is impenetrable, the Chest by Döttling is definitely where we want to store our priceless timepieces. Made in Sindelfingen, Germany, the team at Döttling challenged themselves to demonstrate incredible artisanship within a very small design, ending up with this new miniature luxury safe. 

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The $2,600 Twisted Wine Carafe That Even Hannibal Lecter Would Love

Oct 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Made from borosilicate glass—which is commonly used by artisans due to its shock-resistance—this unique Twist wine carafe is from Bordeaux-based artist Etienne Meneau. As one of his many strange decanters that resemble arteries, this design can actually be left empty or filled with whatever you want. Obviously, red wine looks the coolest.

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Kate Hudson Plays Naughty and Nice in the 2016 Annual Campari Calendar

Sep 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Kate Hudson is officially the star of the new 2016 Campari Calendar, which revolves around the eternal battle between bitter and sweet by paying homage to their iconic red Italian aperitif. Though the full unveiling won’t happen until November 18, we have some awesome behind-the-scenes shots of the actress on set that give a pretty good indication of what to expect. 

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Make Your Vintage Records Sound Like $30k With the SG1.2 Turntable

Sep 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

How much is music worth to you? Berkeley, California-based Spiral Groove is hoping the answer is $30,000. Their new SG1.2 turntable is a heavier improvement on their award-winning SG1.1, which was released in 2007. The SG1.2 features a redesigned aluminum platter (which helps to add those 20 pounds) and revamped Strange Attractors feet that apparently limit vibration. 

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The 2-in-1 Soothing Power of the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifying Fan

Sep 25, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

With the release of the Dyson Pure Cool air purifier, Dyson has basically made their standard tower fan into the iPhone 5 of the family—sure, you serve a purpose and still look good, but your siblings just do it so much better. Not only does the bladeless Pure Cool blast out air from its vertical oblong design, it promises to remove 99.95 percent of the nastiness in your air—even particles as small as .1 microns.

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Can the Lumo Lift Wearable Gadget Cure Bad Posture? We Put it to the Test

Sep 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Despite working in an office all week, I like to think that I have pretty good posture, but it’s always interesting to see if what you assume is actually correct—which is where the posture-correcting gadget Lumo Lift comes in. To make things a little more interesting, I had JustLuxe’s editorial teammate Djani Schafer (whose mother constantly demands she sit up straight) try it with me, so we could compare our stats.

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August's Smart Lock Makes Getting In Your Home Easier and Safer

Nov 4, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

So many people chat about technology making our day-to-day lives easier, but few companies are actually making the chatter a reality. However, August is one of them. 

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Chivas and Globe-Trotter Made a Classy Collection Just for Gentlemen

Sep 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

What does the modern gentleman need, more than anything, when he travels? (Aside from a reserve of pomade and his best traveling sharkskin laptop sleeve, that is.) He needs the perfect vintage-inspired carry-on case that will not only make him feel like 007, but will also perfectly hold his bottle of Chivas Regal Scotch whisky. 

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