Looking for the Perfect Watch Image? Look No Further than the Atom Moore Exhibition

 |  September 7th, 2015

An exhibition that opened uplift night in New York City, Atom Moore “Watch Portraits” will run through the entire month of September at the Sacred Gallery in New York. Our good friend and colleague, Michael Thompson over at IW Magazine spoke to Moore about his work, and we bring you a portion of that interview and article here.   Just remember, this exhibition is on a clock and  you only have until the 26th of September to visit. Writes Thompson: Acclaimed photographer and watch enthusiast Atom Moore, who can be seen every Wednesday evening hunched over a Leica and a light box shooting watches at RedBar New York’s ‘honeycomb hideout,’ will display many of his finest timepiece photographs through the month of September…

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A Look at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, 2015- Sponsored by Rolex

 |  August 15th, 2015

This is the much-anticipated action-packed automotive weekend of the year – taking place in Monterey, California, since Thursday and culminating in the Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance tomorrow. On Thursday, The Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance presented by Rolex took place, as did the practice sessions for the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. You can read more about that Tour in our post here. Yesterday, the practice sessions continued and, concurrently, The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, took place. Today sees the top racing moments at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion and tomorrow the judging of the most famous car presentation in the world: Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance – with Awards presentations and ceremonies at both events. We have been privileged to attend…

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James Bond Wears Vuarnet in Spectre Film

 |  August 9th, 2015

James Bond (actor Daniel Craig) has a lot of equipment that suits his style, including Omega watches and Aston Martin cars. Now, the character has updated his sun specs – donning a pair of vintage Vuarnet sunglasses in the new movie Spectre. His shades are a good choice for 007: the lenses are made of the same telescopic glass that NASA uses to look to the sky. The Skilynx lenses eradicate all glare from the sun and accentuate contrast on a white background such as snow and ice. The shades have leather side shields to prevent peripheral disturbances. While the ones worn in the movie are a vintage Glacier Eclipse style that is no longer available, there are some great…

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Move Over Men: This Weekend Sojourn is for Women but Be Warned, the Newest Fine Jewelry Is Not for the Faint of Heart

 |  August 2nd, 2015

By Nancy Pier Sindt New York’s hot, steamy weather didn’t wilt the dazzle of the fine jewelry and accessories shown at recent trade fairs. Headlining the offerings at the Jewelers of America show were pearls and diamonds of every shape and size, colored gemstones in the season’s most-wanted colors — plus everything in between –and precious metals with an emphasis on white, and accents of yellow, pink and black. Generally, jewelry weights were light, both for price considerations and comfort of wear, but shapes were dramatic: earrings that climbed up the outside of the ear, rings that cover two and three fingers, bold collars and cuff bracelets. The styles were enough to bring out the Warrior Woman in everyone. The…

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Time For Reflection – Father’s Day Perspective With TAG Heuer

 |  June 21st, 2015

Father’s Day takes on a different meaning for everyone. No two father/child relationships are alike. But there are probably a few universal traits that make up this appreciative day for dads. As a child I grew up with the idea that my dad was this super human who could do everything that I couldn’t. Who could answer my thousands of questions. The older I grew, the more I realized how much my dad did for us. He wasn’t just a full time father. He actually had a life outside of home. He went to work and dealt with issues that involved people other than our family. He had a life prior to just the 5 of us. A childhood, with…

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