Baume & Mercier Capeland Flyback Chronograph.

Did I mention how much I love this time of year? I love it! So let me now give you another first look at a new piece that will be officially unveiled in Geneva next week by Baume & Mercier. It is a real beauty. The watch is actually a re-intepretation of a historic single-pusher chronograph produced by the brand in 1948. They have maintained much of the 1948 look, giving it just the right amount of “retro” feel to it. The blue (or gold) “Breguet-style” hands, dark brown (or black) alligator strap and sapphire-crystal display back add to the overall aesthetic. Oh, and did I mention it is a flyback chronograph, too? Nice. All in all, a great watch.

via perpetuelle.


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Hang Son Doong – Vietnam.

It’s no wonder we haven’t discovered alien life yet when you realize that we are still discovering areas like this and new species on our own planet to this day. The cave below located in Vietnam is thought to be the largest cave in the world and was just discovered last year.


She’s Got The Look!

The new issue no. 22 of Tush magazine features this fantastic editorial “She’s Got The Look” with model Karolin Wolter photographed by Txema Yeste and styled by Alberto Murtra. Hair by Christoph Hasenbein and makeup by Victor Alvarez.


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