Revealed at this year's Top Marques Monaco, the Garia Edition Soleil de Minuit has taken golf-first a walking man's game, then a driving man's game-to a holy crap look at that thing! Golf? Wha? For a carbon roof, hand-finished leather seats, various alcantara touches, and other grandiose options, including custom paint (to match your other rides, if you please) it'll set you back, ahem, $52,000. That's Tiger Woods in Vegas money! But really, what golf cart can trace its pedigree back to the Porsche factory in Finland? Hint: this one right here.
Just an all-around great bag, this holdall is decorated with a Paul Smith signature-striped Mini suspended from a crane overlooking London, styled with smooth chocolate-brown leather handles and a studded protective base. With its quirky outer and purple canvas liner, it's a definite looker for the courageously stylish. Just don't call it a purse, or a man bag even, or we'll straight-up drop this Mini on you.
What is it about a watch that takes its styling queus from avionic intrumentation and vintage gauges that makes it so alluring? The styling and functionality, the durability and precision, the unmistakable aeorspace feel? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. The model pictured here, the SVT-FW44, is just the tip of the iceburg. A relatively new bunch, Tsovet has a whole mess of amazing timepieces to sate any collector's unhealthy watch fetish.
$375 and up
The Glenfiddich 50-year-old is a product of time, of 50 years spent maturing in oak casks, its complex flavors mellowing and maturing over the decades. Unveiled at the Glenfiddich Distillery, the 50-year-old is one of the rarest scotches in the world. The first vatting was created from just nine casks, laid down between 1937 and 1939, one for each of the founder, William Grant's children, who helped their father build The Glenfiddich Distillery in 1886. This is only the second vatting of the 50-year-old, ever. Smooth.
Oh, Bugatti. You weren't satisfied dominating the hypercar market? You had to go and meddle in the kettle business? Actually, this isn't that Bugatti, but still, it looks like it could be. Besides its fancy-pants displays and electronic controls, it's probably like any other kettle; i.e. it makes water hot. But it would look sooooo sexy in your kitchen. And you could always let people think that it's from that Bugatti. We won't tell.
Gotta take a flight, but can't stand to be away from your precious car for even a few hours? You're in luck, assuming you can afford a private jet, of course. Contracted out to Embraer for its Phenom 100 and 300 models, BMW has pimped these plane interiors out to the nines. Featuring white leather and wood accents throughout, the BMW aircraft interior is reminiscent of some of BMW's best road-going models. Considering BMW forayed into aviation way back when, it seems they've come full circle.