Sunday, 22 February 2009
Tuesday, 17 February 2009
Life is a long journey with heights of joy and lows of challenges, and throughout this roller-coaster chapters close and new pages are turned. From crawling we move on to walking, riding a tricycle, sliding with a mountain bike and eventually get a ticket for speeding in a VW Golf. The blog has been a mind blowing project and has expanded my horizons while giving me a purpose in life. Unfortunately I was born with only two hands and two brains and have crippled capabilities in running a growing enterprise all by myself.
number one stop for saratorialist men and will be launched later this year, so bare with me as blog posting might not be as frequent while I’m working on the next big thing.
Editor in chief
Monday, 16 February 2009
Thursday, 12 February 2009
Tuesday, 10 February 2009
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend but can also be a girl’s worst kryptonite. In theory a ring with a diamond the size of Yao Ming’s right fist is the ultimate Valentine’s gift but it can be overwhelming if given to someone who love for you is equal to the size of a peanut. A customisable charm bracelet from Thomas Sabo is safe way of expressing the three magic words without going overboard.
Never overlook the sense of taste. Chocolate is delicious but luxury chocolate is a threesome of intensity, flavour and pleasure. If you are in a love/hate relationship then eat the entire bottom layer before your partner has discovered that there is one.
Marc Jacobs has publically displayed his unorthodox sexual orientation but has nonetheless managed to keep his head straight in the times of economic turbulence, and offered recession relief in the form of exceptionally well designed designer goods at humane prices. Jacobs by Marc Jacobs is the brand to look out for when shopping for affordable designer goods.
Thursday, 5 February 2009
Sunday, 1 February 2009
Dior Homme FW09
Grade 5.5/10: Better than expected but not 100% convincing.
Gucci FW 2009
Grade 2.7/10: Overly predictable mainstream designs at overly inflated price.
Posted by Berkley Magazine at 17:15