London's Churchill War Rooms recently played host to a fashion show featuring Savile Row's latest entries. It's tremendous how timeless these contemporary bespokes are and how perfectly they fit in to this locale.
The War Rooms, located on St. Charles St., SW1, are an incredible visit. Impeccably preserved and an overwhelming look at the strategy of World War 2 and the charismatic Prime Minister who presided over the UK at the time.
You can watch the New York Times video HERE
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This week at La Dolce Vita Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Brown-Forman hosted a reception in order to celebrate the launch of it's new Jack Daniel's Sinatra Select. The liquor company looked throughout Los Angeles in order to find a location that best emulated Sinatra's sensibility and turns out that former Rat Pack hangout, La Dolce Vita was the place.
|La Dolce Vita|
According to mixologist, Eric Tecosky, Comedian, Jackie Gleason first introduced Sinatra to Jack Daniels in the 1950s when the whiskey was relatively unknown. As soon as Frank declared the drink, 'Nectar of the Gods,' liquor stores were hard pressed to keep it in stock.
Sinatra Select is a testament to its namesake. Not totally smooth, but a comfortable enough sip that soon after packs a certain punch and leaves you wanting more.
I'm told the bottles will be available for one year starting on December 12, 2013, Sinatra's 100th birthday. I can't wait to see what other tributes will be released to celebrate's the Chairman's 100th year. Wish he was around to enjoy it with us.
His booth at La Dolce Vita still is - I know where I'll be on December 12 to toast the man. Care to join me?
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As part of Lincoln's renovation, it is bringing to life this incredibly unique sound experience. The musical brilliance of Beck teamed with Radical visionary Chris Milk deliver this one of a kind music video of Bowie's classic. Courtesy of this one of a kind car company which finally comes back on the scene as a cool american luxury brand and a force to be reckoned with thanks to the all new MKZ. Thank you Lincoln. Next up, Fly me to the Moon as reimagined by Mumford and Sons?