Author Archives: I Luw Fashion

Berkley Magazine goes into retirement.

Every story has a first chapter. Some stories as still being written for years and decades on, but others come to an inevitable end much sooner. The last chapter of Berkley Magazine is short. It began with a warranted design and layout overhaul that went live on the 2nd of January 2010 but come to…

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The sun and GQbyCitroen concept car shines in London.

Although petrol-headed car enthusiast, Berkley Magazine decided to forgo attendance of the hybrid bonanza at the annual Geneva auto show that took place last week. The consolation is owed to GQ Magazine and Citroen who knocked their heads together and held a private auto show of their own in trendy and vibrant Covent Garden, where…

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Diamonds and Dalmatians remain women’s best friends – Thom Browne makes raccoon man’s favorite mammal.

Animal friends in ever house and jungle tent in the world must be in horror shock over the sight of raccoon tails dangling below the waist of straight faced models during New York fashion week. It’s like a Disney nightmare come true – Thom Browne, a living male Cruella de Ville skinning animals for shopping…

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Pininfarina keeps coach building rolling on its four wheels.

Coach building is a virtue, which dates back several centuries to a time when man and machine were in the early stages of becoming truly engaged. Names such as Rippon, Barker, Carrozzeria Ghia and Chapron decked the lime light in the era of peace and love. In essence each firm wildly exhibited a unique style,…

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Valentine’s Day Special: Mind the age gap.

This is a weekend of tender love, flavoursome chocolate and rose petals floating on the surface of temperature controlled water in which a man and a woman will fondle in a fusion of love. Valentine’s Day is dedicated to man and woman, Adam and Eve, and anyone else who want to commemorate their emotional relationship…

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How Robert Pattinson preserves his handsomeness after leaving home.

Male vanity has long been stigmatised and even 7 years after David Beckham, the epitomizer of male vanity, opened gates to narcissism and made it acceptable for men to wear V-neck t-shirts with deep cleavage – talking publically about your beauty morning regimen is still controversial in the lightest sense. Pastime boardroom discussions rarely extend…

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Autumn Winter 2010/2011: Ready to wear style by Gucci and Louis Vuitton.

For the fashion season of the second half of 2010, Louis Vuitton and Gucci presents to us two collection of masculinity and style — melted and then moulded — into clothing worthy of your attention. Fashion, to some, is the oxygen they breathe and their only reason for existence – to others, the world of…

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Vacheron Constantin has what you need for the next event of formailty.

The new Historique Ultra-fine 1968 and Historique Ultra-fine 1955 wrist watches are sterling pieces of Swiss engineering by 255 years old watchmaker, Vacheron Constantin — but because their discrete nature, they are likely to slip under the radar of watch buyers. Yet, their slender cases can be purposeful in the context of formal occasions, such…

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