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Moleskine presenta le nuove collezioni per il nomade urbano

Moleskine celebra il nomadismo urbano con la nuova collezione Metro presentata al Pitti Uomo.

Metro è stata realizzata per l’utente creativo sempre in movimento, al lavoro in ufficio o in mobilità; le borse sono essenziali e resistenti, grazie al tessuto in nylon impermeabile, dotate di manici leggeri e resistenti, tracolle regolabili e imbottiture. Non può ovviamente mancare l’etichetta “in case of loss”, uno dei marchi di fabbrica dei taccuini Moleskine.

Tutte le borse sono dotate di una tasca esterna per accedere velocemente agli oggetti più utilizzati, di una base in ecopelle per maggiore protezione e una targhetta catarifrangente.

La linea, che si aggiunge alle collezioni Classic, Nomad e alla capsule Denim, è composta da sette modelli: uno zaino, una messenger, una tote weekender utilizzabile anche come zaino, una borsa verticale per device mobili, una borsa reporter, uno zaino di dimensioni ridotte ed un borsone per i viaggi più lunghi. Ogni modello è disponibile in nero, blu, grigio chiaro e giallo acceso, una gamma che permette di abbinarlo facilmente agli oggetti dell’universo Moleskine e non solo.

La capsule collection Denim celebra il tessuto (forse) più diffuso al mondo presentando una serie di oggetti rivisitati, come lo zaino Nomad, una borsa messenger, i taccuini, una tool belt e una custodia per lo smartphone.

 

Le collezioni Metro e Denim saranno disponibili dal prossimo autunno.

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EASTPAK Travel Collection: pronti a viaggiare?

L’estate sta arrivando e così ci prepariamo al viaggio: vestiti comodi (e a strati), tutti i device di cui abbiamo bisogno, le guide giuste… Ma la valigia? La valigia è la scelta tradizionalmente più complicata da fare prima di un viaggio (oltre a scegliere la destinazione e i propri compagni): dev’essere resistente ma leggera, versatile, sicura (anche per andare negli USA) e deve durare nel tempo. Caratteristiche che secondo EASTPAK vengono soddisfatte appieno dalla nuova Travel Collection, composta da 6 fra trolley e borsoni che spaziano da look più minimal a grafiche all-over molto interessanti.

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Tutti i prodotti da viaggio hanno garanzia 30 anni: merito dei materiali, come il nylon del trolley Tranverz e i materiali idrorepellenti del Tranzshell. Tutti i trolley hanno doppia cucitura antistrappo e manici estraibili dove servono di più. Lucchetti TSA per i Tranzshell, pronti per andare negli USA. Scompartimenti interni, tasche accessibili e strap a compressione rendono i trolley versatili e pronti per qualsiasi tipo di viaggio.

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Vans x Toy Story

Che nostalgia! Eh sì, sono passati 20 anni dall’uscita di Toy Story, il film Disney Pixar che ha sconvolto il mondo del cinema, ridefinendo i canoni del genere d’animazione e conquistando milioni di bambini, ora diventati adulti, adulti dell’epoca e bambini di oggi! Un vero e proprio miracolo che oggi Vans e Disney celebrano con una speciale capsule collection.

I giocattoli più iconici del film, Woody Lo Sceriffo e Buzz Ligthyear, lo space ranger dello Star Command, hanno ispirato alcuni fra i capi più conosciuti di Vans.
Le Sk8-Hi riproducono gli stivali del cowboy: pelle in pieno fiore e ricami personalizzati a forma di cactus; la Old Skool viene personalizzata con inserti laterali stampati in denim e in fantasia mucca, rifinita con Sidestripe in pelle marone. L’Authentic presenta una stampa all-over, con tanti allegri Woody su denim, banda e lacci cerati marroni.

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Spazio, dicevamo, anche a Buzz con le Sk8-Hi Reissue che si illuminano al buio, o le Old Skool che riproducono fedelmente gli stivali con la tomaia in pelle bianca e verde. Grande attenzione ai dettagli: viti decorative disegnate a mano, occhielli colorati e suola viola tono su tono.

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E non dimentichiamoci degli altri personaggi: Hamm, Slinky Dog, Rex e Bo Peep protagonisti delle Old Skool, con alcuni modelli espressamente dedicati alle ragazze.

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Completano la collezione zaini e abbigliamento: t-shirt, longsleeve, boxer, calze, cappellini.

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La collezione Toy Story Disney•Pixar di Vans sarà disponibile a partire dal 29 novembre online e negli store europei di Vans oltre che sullo store online di lifestyle leader nel mondo YOOX.

P.S: avete notato cosa c’è sotto la suola di tutte le scarpe?
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Eastpak Polished Pack

Eastpak ha presentato la nuova collezione Polished, nata per portare lo spirito delle feste natalizie grazie ad una superficie catarifrangente che riflette la luce e illumina anche le più scure giornate invernali.

I protagonisti della collezione, dedicata al genere femminile, sono l’iconico zaino Padded Pak’r e il marsupio Springer, disponibili dal 1 dicembre nelle colorazioni Rose Gold e Dark Silver.

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Reebok Classic x Hall of Fame SS16

Reebok Classic si unisce ad Hall of Fame, brand di athletic streetwear di Los Angeles, per una capsule collection esclusiva che celebra lo stile Court degli anni ’80. Ispirata a campi da tennis e country club, la collezione unisce il fascino vintage di capi color crema e tessuti in french perry, con dettagli fluorescenti.

La capsule è già disponibile in selezionati store italiani, Suede (Roma), Smooth (Perugia), Culpado (Bari), Vicious (Locorotondo), Sneakers 76 (Taranto).


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Created by MDKGraphicsEngine - Licensed to Adidas Production (6 licenses)

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Created by MDKGraphicsEngine - Licensed to Adidas Production (6 licenses)

Created by MDKGraphicsEngine - Licensed to Adidas Production (6 licenses)

Created by MDKGraphicsEngine - Licensed to Adidas Production (6 licenses)

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A Vault of Color: A Peek Inside Harvard’s Collection of 2,500 Pigments

Although it’s only been a few months since we mentioned Harvard’s splendid pigment collection housed inside the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, the team over at Great Big Story just took their cameras inside for a closer look. Straus director Narayan Khandekar takes us through the collection to see some of the rarest pigments including a particularly vivid shade of yellow produced from the urine of cows that are fed only mango leaves. Delightful!

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Explore the Vast Scientific Collections of D.C.’s National Museum of Natural History Paired with Respective Experts

A presentation of entomology specimens arranged within one aisle of the Entomology Department compactor collection cabinets at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History. Designed to illustrate the size and scope of the Entomology collection. May 9, 2006. Featured researchers: Dr. David Furth, Collections Manager; Dr. Ted Schultz, Research Entomologist; Dr. Jonathan Coddington, Senior Scientist; Patricia Gentili-Poole, Museum Technician.

A presentation of entomology specimens arranged within one aisle of the Entomology Department compactor collection cabinets at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Designed to illustrate the size and scope of the Entomology collection. May 9, 2006. Featured researchers: Dr. David Furth, Collections Manager; Dr. Ted Schultz, Research Entomologist; Dr. Jonathan Coddington, Senior Scientist; Patricia Gentili-Poole, Museum Technician.

Carefully arranged within thousands of drawers, flat files, and shelving units are the collections of the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) which together comprise 90% of the Smithsonian’s collections. Found in these material assortments are the reference objects that help scientists, researchers, and museum curators understand our planet—from solid earth fragments to biological material and cultural objects from civilizations long diseased.

In this phenomenal photo series from the Smithsonian we get to see the many researchers paired with the items they explore and evaluate behind doors closed to the general public. You can learn more about these many varied collections on NMNH’s website. (via Juxtapoz)

The Botany Department Herbarium at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History, displaying algae specimens, including coraline algae, wet specimens and the usual herbarium sheets. Featured researchers: Dr. James Norris (right, front), his research assistant Bob Sims (left, front), and associate researcher, Katie Norris (left, back).

The Botany Department Herbarium at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History, displaying algae specimens, including coralline algae, wet specimens and the usual herbarium sheets. Featured researchers: Dr. James Norris (right, front), his research assistant Bob Sims (left, front), and associate researcher, Katie Norris (left, back). All images by Chip Clark.

Botanical collections are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History. Botany staff present are Dr. David Bruce Lellinger (left, front), Carol Kellof (right, middle), and Rusty Russell (left, back).

Botanical collections are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Botany staff present are Dr. David Bruce Lellinger (left, front), Carol Kellof (right, middle), and Rusty Russell (left, back).

A view of one part of the Paleontology collection in the Smithsonian Institution's National Musuem of Natural History, arranged by the addition of representative specimens from other parts of the three floors of fossils in the East Wing. Staff: Dr. Scott Wing, Chairman of the Department of Paleontology.

A view of one part of the Paleontology collection in the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History, arranged by the addition of representative specimens from other parts of the three floors of fossils in the East Wing. Staff: Dr. Scott Wing, Chairman of the Department of Paleontology.

Whale skeletons from the Department of Vertebrate Zoology's marine mammals collections are displayed in storage at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum Support Center (MSC), located in Suitland, Maryland.

Whale skeletons from the Department of Vertebrate Zoology’s marine mammals collections are displayed in storage at the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Support Center (MSC), located in Suitland, Maryland.

Anthropological collections on display in Pod 4 (designed to house oversized objects) at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum Support Center (MSC), located in Suitland, Maryland. Anthropology collections staff present. Panoramic image #7 of 7 at 26mm focal length.

Anthropological collections on display in Pod 4 (designed to house oversized objects) at the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Support Center (MSC), located in Suitland, Maryland. Anthropology collections staff present. Panoramic image #7 of 7 at 26mm focal length.

An assortment of mineral specimens from the Department of Mineral Sciences' collections are displayed in the storage vault known as the "Blue Room," at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History. Mineral Sciences staff present are (left) Paul Pohwat, Collections Manager of Minerals, and (right) Russell Feather, Collections Manager of Gems.

An assortment of mineral specimens from the Department of Mineral Sciences’ collections are displayed in the storage vault known as the “Blue Room,” at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Mineral Sciences staff present are (left) Paul Pohwat, Collections Manager of Minerals, and (right) Russell Feather, Collections Manager of Gems.

Collections from the Department of Invertebrate Zoology are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History. Invertebrate Zoology Staff present: Paul Greenhall, Robert Hershler, Ellen Strong, Jerry Harasewych, and Linda Cole.

Collections from the Department of Invertebrate Zoology are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Invertebrate Zoology Staff present: Paul Greenhall, Robert Hershler, Ellen Strong, Jerry Harasewych, and Linda Cole.

Mice from the Department of Vertebrate Zoology's mammals collections are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History.

Mice from the Department of Vertebrate Zoology’s mammals collections are displayed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History.

The Department of Vertebrate Zoology's wet collections of fish specimens preserved in alcohol, located at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History.

The Department of Vertebrate Zoology’s wet collections of fish specimens preserved in alcohol, located at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History.

Anthropological collections are displayed in Pod 1 at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum Support Center in Suitland, Maryland.

Anthropological collections are displayed in Pod 1 at the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Support Center in Suitland, Maryland.

Amaro Ramazzotti Vintage Collection

Gli anni ’20-30-40 hanno rappresentato un periodo floridissimo per la grafica italiana e il settore degli alcolici è stato uno dei migliori e più affamati committenti dei grafici dell’epoca. Amaro Ramazzotti, il più storico amaro italiano, non fa eccezione e per i prossimi due mesi – per celebrare i suoi duecento anni – riporterà sugli scaffali italiani la propria storia e tradizione. Come? Con Amaro Ramazzotti Vintage Collection, una serie di tre bottiglie che riporta le storiche etichette realizzate da Leonetto Cappiello nel 1926, Luciano Mauzan nel 1936 e Gino Boccasile nel 1947.

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Già disponibili sul mercato, non vediamo l’ora di aprirle e gustarle a Natale!

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