The above space was created by the Belgian design legend Axel Vervoordt. The space consists of exquisite antiquities particularly placed along side soft linen furnishings. The variation in beautiful textures, pastel colour tones, weathered surfaces and ancient artworks are a constant source of timeless inspiration.


Blokes, If you’ve ever had the urge to truly bespoke your crepes with a dope image or pattern, then your dream is about to come true.

Adidas is teasing an app for its ZX Flux sneakers that would let you take a photo with your mobile device and then have it printed on a pair of shoes, which you can purchase when the app goes live in August.

Pharrell Performs ‘Happy’ To Audio from Hundreds of HTC M8 Sprint Phones

Sprint scored a coup this week in getting chart topper of the moment Pharrell Williams to headline the Sprint Sound Session, a music event at New York City’s Webster Hall to launch the mobile service provider’s new HTC M8 phone. 
Each member of the audience was given an HTC phone, and together the phones were the sole source of audio for Pharrell, as he performed his popular hit “Happy.” The phones, powered by Sprint’s wireless network, were also synched to flash and change colors to the beat of the tune synched to flash and change colors to the beat of “Happy,” powered by Sprint’s wireless network. 
Production company Radical Media faciliated the technology and produced the concert and live-stream on behalf of Sprint. Pharrell’s performance is expected to be the first of several “Sound Sessions” by Sprint. 

#Blokeapproved-Tzukuri Eyewear


If you’re like many people, you’ve probably lost a sunglass or two. Tzukuri Eyewear plans to change that with a line of sunglasses with built-in iBeacons that communicate with your phone via Bluetooth to notify you when your shades have been left behind. The sunglasses also have a built in solar cell to keep them charged and the company analyzed thousands of faces using 3D technology to create six frames suited to just about any face.


Christy Turlington-Burns and Citizens of Humanity Promote Maternal Health

The latest addition to “Just Like You,” a video series from the socially conscious denim brand Citizens of Humanity that highlights influential people doing inspirational things, is a two-minute spot by Christy Turlington Burns about her three-year-old women’s health nonprofit Every Mother Counts. The goal of the organization is to help “people understand that pregnancy and childbirth, even though it’s a joyous experience for so many women, really is a risky endeavor for millions of other women,” according to Erin Thornton, its executive director, who happens to be expecting right now herself. “To this day, hundreds of thousands of women will die in pregnancy and childbirth, but 90 percent of those could be prevented just with basic, simple access to health care.”
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SOURCE: T Magazine