Ian Fleming and Ann Charteris stand as one of history’s most dysfunctional couples. Charteris was a wealthy aristocrat whose troubled upbringing left a permanent scar on her behaviour, while Fleming, famous as the creator of James Bond, was a philanderer whose relationship with his wife was played out through extreme sadomasochism.
“Like Bond, they were both spurred on by danger and violence”
Are you sad someone died? Better lawyer up, as legal experts acting on behalf of a group of depressed Michael Jackson fans have won a staggering €1 each in compensation from Dr Conrad Murray, the man deemed responsible for the bonkers pop star’s death. The case saw a group of Jacko fans come together to […]
It may be the Chinese Year of the Horse, but in art terms 2014 belongs to British painter and collagist Richard Hamilton. Unlike the ancient calendar’s equine symbol of quick success, Hamilton’s own climb to fame was slow and steady. Quite possibly the stylistic bridge between Duchamp and Warhol, Hamilton is credited with inventing Pop Art and, among other things, he designed the cover of The Beatles’ White Album….
Seven years of development—from inception to execution—contribute to Melissa Ramsay’s namesake label. With her first-ever New York Fashion Week show, her Vivien Ramsay A/W 2014 line came to life in stunning form. Not only has Ramsay…
Ford unveils their latest limited-edition model, the 2014 Mustang V8 GT Coupe “The Black Edition.” As the name suggests, the cars comes outfitted in a jet black paint job alongside 19-inch aluminum wheels finished off with black accents and an entire interior decked in black. A three-layer structured glass roof blocks 90% of infrared rays along with 96% of ultraviolet rays. Under the hood lies a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine that drives 426 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque through a 6-speed automatic transmission. You’ll have to be quick to get yours as the 2014 Ford Mustang V8 GT Coupe “The Black Edition” is limited to just 40 units and will only be available in Japan on March 15 for approximately $50,000.