If you love a great designer sale, then get excited because today sees the start of Net-a-Porter’s massive summer sale, and there is a plethora of trending discounted items we can’t wait to snap up for summer, along with pieces that will take us into fall. Between June 6 and July 7, get up to 50% off luxury designer pieces in all categories from some of our favorite brands, including Staud, Ganni, Jacquemus, Faithfull the Brand, Chloé, and more. Net-a-Porter only has two sales a year, so scroll below as we share everything worth investing in. From the chicest sandals to staple designer jeans, trending dresses, and the sleekest swimsuits, these pieces are guaranteed to elevate your wardrobe this season.
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Bring luxury automotive comfort to your home. Day by day, the automotive world continues to influence the inspiration behind luxury products that are less seen on the track, and more commonly viewed in a household setting. Ian Callum is now taking that approach after contributing to the design process for Jaguar, Land Rover, and Aston […]
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After Round 1 of Super Rugby Trans-Tasman, it’s evident we have a flawed tournament format. The Aussie teams play five Kiwi teams, while the five Kiwi teams play five Aussie teams. The Aussies have it harder. Because only two teams qualify for the final, only those with a full house of wins can realistically expect to make it. Since no Australian teams can achieve a full house, and all New Zealand teams still can, it’s unlikely any AU teams will make the final. Yes, I know, we were only a couple of conversions away from a different story, and Queensland might beat the ‘Saders and stay alive, but we all know we’ll most likely be watching two Kiwi teams contest the final on 19 June.
Hamilton: An account of excellence There’s no denial that a lot among us bought a Hamilton as our first nice – even real – watch and as the days passed, many got hooked onto the brand and started procuring every model that appealed to them. Sure, such collectors argue, appreciate and discriminate one model from
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There’s a brilliantly intricate episode of Community, the cult-favourite TV show about a group of misfits attending a crummy local college, that hinges on the idea that if you swap out one person for another, everything changes. Pizza arrives during a party, and one character suggests tossing dice to decide who goes downstairs to get it. The rest of the episode plays out in seven wildly different ways depending on who loses the throw, with the worst of these parallel universes featuring a gunshot wound, a fire and a spooky little Norwegian troll statue who seems very pleased with the proceedings. The variations are perhaps less dramatic in Canadian federal politics—usually—but it’s still possible to walk out an alternate timeline and contemplate how things would be...
Rockies Fantasy Camp is taking place this week in Scottsdale. (Rockies Photo Blog photo) shared a gallery of great images from Day 1 of Rockies Fantasy Camp:ROCKIES FANTASY CAMP 2018: DAY 1Dan Altavilla joined Mariners Caravan and spoke with the Mariners reliever:Catching up on the Caravan: Dan Altavilla continues their depth chart series with the look at the team’s outfield situations in 2018:Rays Depth Chart for 2018: OutfieldWant to know more about the 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame class? put together some interesting factoids on this summer’s inductees:Fun Facts About the 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees writes about Chief Wahoo from the perspective of a fan who grew up with the symbol:Wahoo
As I’ve gotten deeper with gentlemen on the more serious sides of human nature, I gradually found out such men to be always on the lookout for the perfect tool. Be it something to fix up gadgets; or something to travel. To play! Or to manage their time! At times, they want in all simplicity [...]
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A new generation of BMW 7 Series is currently in the works and it can’t come soon enough for the Bavarians. The 7 Series’ main competitor, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, is not only all-new but it’s...
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United Launch Alliance (ULA) has successfully launched an Atlas V from Space Launch Complex-41 (SLC-41) at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station to loft a new Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) military reconnaissance satellite into Geostationary transfer orbit. Following a scrub on Monday, liftoff of SBIRS GEO-5 is occurred on Tuesday, 18 May at 13:37 EDT / 17:37 UTC. The flight marks the first 2021 launch of ULA’s Atlas V rocket and the second launch made by the company this year following the April launch of NROL-82, which utilized a Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle. The Atlas V was configured in the 421 variant, meaning it utilized a four meter diameter fairing, two solid rocket boosters, and a single engine Centaur upper stage. The...
As one of the leading watchmakers in the world, Seiko’s releases look great and offer amazing functionality. They are environment-protected as usual and endowed with advanced technology behind their functioning. They are designed to make batteries last longer. The Seiko Neo Classics, chronographs and simple quartz watches got certain names that stand out from others [...]
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Aren’t we rugby fans a fickle bunch? ‘Too many scrums and scrum resets’, ‘Endless lineout maul tries’, ‘Too much kicking’, ‘Not enough ball-in-play time’ and ‘Too many repetitive hit-ups against flat defensive lines’ are some of the regular whinges heard. With professional rugby squarely in the entertainment business, Rugby Australia openly acknowledged that rule variations introduced this year were motivated by the desire to meet public demand for open, running rugby with outcomes determined by tries. So how is it that Friday night’s Super Rugby match between the Hurricanes and Waratahs, which yielded 17 tries, many of them sparkling, highly skilled team and individual efforts, immediately became such a lightning rod for derision? The answer is...