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Omega re-launch the Omega Ladymatic timepiece

Omega Ladymatic relaunched. Classic timepiece maker Omega has really outdone itself this time, not only has it relaunched the timeless classic the Omega Ladymatic timepiece, it relaunched it 27 times over. The Omega Ladymatic timepiece was part of the “De Ville” collection, it was one of Omega’s first self-winding watches designed especially for women and featured the smallest automatic movement …

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Gucci 3D Glasses Coming Soon

Gucci 3D Glasses to be a reality. Gucci’s eyewear collection will be getting new additions next month, they will be releasing out 3D eyeglasses for high-end consumer electronics shoppers. The new eyewear collection will have the usual and red web stripe detail at the temples and center brow bar, and a “Gucci 3D” logo on the right lens. The Gucci …

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Frosdick of London unveils custom-made calf length safari boots

Frosdick of London’s custom-made calf length safari boots were inspired by the attire of the African great white hunter. The stylish calf length safari boots are hand made to order in Northamptonshire using finest leather from Italian tanneries combined with pure cotton 20-ounce canvas woven in Dundee. They are lined with the softest calf leather and trimmed with elegant, solid …

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Global Express 7000 & 8000 private jets by Bombardier

Private jets for style and comfort. The whole idea of having a private jet is to make travel more efficient and comfortable, a concept Bombardier understands very well. The Canadian aviation company has just launched the Global 7000 and Global 8000 business private jets. Both costing about $65 million each, they will have a high-speed cruise of Mach 0.90 with …

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Lamborghini Opens First Two Stores in Mexico

Lamborghini opened its first official dealerships in Mexico this week, the Italian marque’s Mexico City store opened for business October 26 on Insurgentes Sur, one of the city’s busiest streets and a commercial and governmental hub. Lamborghini will join Ferrari, Maserati, Bentley and Porsche, who all offer models in locations such as Mexico City and Monterrey.   via

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