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Denim Dudes

Denim Dudes: Street Style Vintage Workwear Obsession, is an in depth look into denim, the 20th century´s most important fabric. The richly illustrated street style book features exclusive photography from fashion events and street styles across the world, as well as insights from leading denim business people such as Diesel’s Adriano Goldschmied, Jason Denham, Warehouse Japan’s Kenichi and Kenji Shiotani, and more.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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ROADIE | AUTOMATIC GUITAR TUNER | Image

ROADIE | AUTOMATIC GUITAR TUNER

Roadie is the ultimate guitarist´s tool, an ingenious device that tunes your guitar quickly and accurately! Changing strings and tuning up have got to be two of the most boring guitar-related tasks, Roadie tunes your guitar automatically, and helps you unwind and wind your strings quickly and hassle-free when they need changing. Roadie works with an included app, and lets you create your own custom tuning for your instrument, then simply connect it to the tuning peg...
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CHEVAL BLANC RANDHELI | MALDIVES | Image

CHEVAL BLANC RANDHELI | MALDIVES

Today´s dreamy escape is located in Noonu Atoll, a handful of unspoiled green islands protected from the ocean by a large coral reef in the Maldives. The preserved and exclusive exotic oasis features opulent vegetation and is surrounded by pristine turquoise waters that house a dazzling sampling of multicolor fish, rays and sea turtles. The luxurious Cheval Blanc Randheli resort has a contemporary yet indigenous architecture and offers guests several breathtaking sl...
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RIVER HOUSE | SERBIA

This amazing isolated house is located on the Drina River in Serbia. The tiny wooden house has been standing on an exposed rock in the middle of the Drina River for more than 40 years, it was built by a group of young boys back in 1968 that used the rock to sunbathe. Every time there is a flood the house is destroyed, but it is built again from ground up. via photo credit: National Geographic Also check out "The Rock Restaurant" in Zanzibar...
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