We’re back in San Miguel waiting out some wicked weather and it’s bullfight season once again. You no doubt saw our dispatch on ACL from the last such outing.
This occasion was a slightly more amateurish affair, but as always there were some spots of astonishing beauty, which you cannot deny no matter your stance on the actual sport.
Enjoy this quick glimpse with the promise of more to come….
Now that seriously cold weather has us in its grip, it’s tempting to stay inside huddled by the fire. However you can step out in style as much as any other season if you play the game right.
Here from AskMen is my retrospective on the coolest moments in winter style with tips on how to implement the iconic elegance of certain godlike figures who laid the ground rules for looking good slopeside.
From Bond to the Beatles and Gianni Agnelli to Jack Nicholson, through seven decades of high style, these gents evoke an effortless cool that we’d all do well to emulate. Enjoy:
A quick preview from our recent excursion to Italy. Stay tuned for more….
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Courtesy RM Auctions
Here we have a peek inside the legendary Jaguar E-Type, one of the most beautiful cars ever built both inside and out, courtesy of RM Auctions’ upcoming Salon Privé sale in London. Read more at A Continuous Lean….
Courtesy of RM Auctions
On offer at RM Auctions‘ Monterey sale during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 19–20: this race-winning 1955 Ferrari 750 Monza Scaglietti Spider, which played a starring role in the 1959 apocalyptic thriller On the Beach starring Fred Astaire, Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner. Read more at DRIVEN….
Gatsby’s house was recently torn down but the sporting spirit of Long Island’s North Shore lives on… in pictures like these. Above, world class polo player Stewart Inglehart at the Meadow Brook Club. Check out the scene c.1946 at A Continuous Lean.
At Antiquorum’s important watches sale in Geneva this weekend: a Pan Am pilot’s 1957 Rolex “Tropical Dial” GMT-Master, complete with the flyer’s cap, briefcase, lighter, ashtray and flight instruction manual, estimated at $27,000 – $38,000 (Read more at A Continuous Lean).
We ourselves sport the modern offspring of this model, the GMT-Master II. Damned handsome it is too, though we’re thinking of upgrading to the new 40th anniversary “Steve McQueen” Explorer II.