Food meets fashion
Earlier this week, Fendi announced their plan to take over one of the world’s most famous department stores in London. Harrods will be home to Fendi Caffe from July until the end of August. The pop-up was designed with the help of visual artist, Joshua Vides and will offer authentically Fendi treats including edible iconic Baguette handbags.
Sail away in Rafael Nadal’s superyacht
Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal is selling his 76-foot motor yacht for $2.96 million. The Italian-built MCY 76, named Beethoven, was bought in 2016 and designed by Venetian naval-architect firm Nuvolari Lenard. The superyacht can reach a maximum speed up to 55.56 km/h with a 44.44 km/h cruising speed.
Gilbert & George exhibition at the Fondation Louis Vuitton
From now until the 26th August, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is presenting a rare complete work by collaborative art duo, Gilbert & George, entitled There Were Two Young Men. The six-part Charcoal on Paper Sculpture is part of the Foundation’s collection and is one of a series of 13 sculptures done between 1970 and 1974, held in different collections around the world.
The McLaren 720S for junior!
McLaren has renewed the Super Series product family at the core of its brand with the introduction of a McLaren 720S Ride-On. The British motor manufacturer has branched out to the kids’ market with a mini roofless McLaren 720S, available in the seven colours the full-sized versions come in, but at a 1/700th of the price of the real deal.
The world’s largest outdoor TV?
Vienna-based company, C Seed is hoping to take the “the world’s largest TV” spot in 2020 with the C Seed 201 outdoor tv screen. The outdoor tv screen will be hidden in its underground storage casing waiting for activation by a simple push of a button on the remote control. The C Seed 201 column will take about 15 seconds to achieve its full height of 4.65 meters.