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Black Badge Cullinan

Black Badge family defines taste of a younger generation

¤6.75-litre V12 engine now delivers increased power (600BHP) and (664 ft-lb) torque

¤Drivetrain and chassis re-engineered for enhanced dynamic performance

¤Infinity symbol continues to signify noir expression of Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled the latest member of the Black Badge permanent Bespoke Family, Black Badge Cullinan. Introduced in March of 2016 to tremendous reception, today one-in-five Rolls-Royce commissions is done as Black Badge with a darker image that defines the taste of a younger generation of luxury consumer., Cullinan remains the most popular Rolls-Royce with clients waiting for months for Bespoke commission. Now it is time for Black Badge Cullinan to conquer new frontiers.
 
“Black Badge reflects the desires of a distinct group of Rolls-Royce clients: men and women who take risks, break rules and build success on their own terms. The time has come for Rolls-Royce’s boldest and darkest expression of Black Badge yet. The King of the Night, Black Badge Cullinan,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
 
This Rolls-Royce alter ego is marked with the mathematical symbol representing a potential infinity placed discreetly throughout the motor car. This marking was first applied to Sir Malcolm Campbell’s record-breaking Rolls-Royce-powered Blue Bird K3 hydroplane.
 
Black Badge Cullinan Exterior: The King of the Night
Multiple layers of paint and lacquer are meticulously applied and hand-polished polished for up to five hours, representing the most comprehensive surface finish process ever applied to a solid paint color. The depth and intensity of Black Badge Cullinan’s finish serves as the perfect canvas for a contrasting Coachline.
 
 
The darkened Spirit of Ecstasy mascot is presented in high gloss black chrome and the iconic Rolls-Royce badges invert to become silver-on-black. Chrome surfaces such as the front grille surround, side frame finishers, boot handle, boot trim, lower air inlet finisher and exhaust pipes are darkened and the vertical grille bars remain polished, reflecting the blackened surfaces that surround them.
 
Black Badge Cullinan wears all-new 22-inch forged alloy wheels, reserved exclusively for Black Badge Cullinan. The 22-wheels accompanied by another first for Rolls-Royce with the marque’s first ever colored brake caliper. The high gloss Red paint offsets the new dark wheels.
Black Badge Cullinan Interior: Superlative comfort. Audacious design
Collaboration between designers, engineers and craftspeople saw the creation of a luxury carbon-fiber finish developed to create repeating geometrical shapes in a three-dimensional effect. Each leaf of Technical Fiber is finished with six coats of lacquer before being left to cure for 72 hours then hand-polished to Rolls-Royce’s hallmark mirror finish.
 
Starlight Headliner has joined Rolls-Royce iconography alongside the Spirit of Ecstasy and Pantheon Grille and makes its Cullinan debut on Black Badge Cullinan. Crafted in Black leather with 1344 individual fiber optic cables, the new Bespoke Starlight Headliner incorporates a new shooting star feature with eight brilliant white shooting stars.
 
Color and Trim designers created a bold new leather color, Forge Yellow, to offer as part of the brand’s curated collection. The new colors can also be commissioned for the Bespoke Viewing Suite or incorporated into the Recreation Module tailored to any client’s specification.
 
Black Badge Cullinan Engineering. The Architecture of Luxury’s dark side
Black Badge is far more than an aesthetic treatment. Key to the thrill of Black Badge Cullinan is the Architecture of Luxury, Rolls-Royce’s proprietary all-aluminum architecture. The sub-structure delivers extraordinary body stiffness and is fitted with all-wheel drive and four-wheel steering.
 
Like all Black Badge family members Black Badge Cullinan is enhanced to generate an extra 29bhp for a total of 600bhp and an additional 37 ft-lb (50NM) for a total 664 ft-lb (900NM) torque. Pressing the ‘Low’ button on the gear shift unlocks Black Badge Cullinan’s full suite of technologies including the new Black Badge audible exhaust, creating a deep rumble of the 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V12. As the Rolls-Royce of SUV’s, Black Badge moves Cullinan to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds.
 
Black Badge Cullinan features Rolls-Royce’s ‘Intuitive Throttle’ for a more aggressive shift pattern for the ZF 8-speed transmission. Both front and rear steered axles work collaboratively to adjust the levels of engagement depending on throttle and steering inputs. Changes to suspension components and settings add to the suite of dynamic technologies that ensure balanced dynamic and refined ride. And of course, Black Badge Cullinan features a raised braking bite point and decreased pedal travel. Redesigned brake discs also allow consistency in these changes while braking at elevated temperatures.
 
Black Badge Cullinan is now available to commission.

360 MAGAZINE, Vaughn Lowery, the360mag.com, Morse Asturias

Top 10 Hair Cut Ideas You’ll Want to Try Right Now

If you’re looking to update your look, you need to take these hair cut ideas into consideration. These are the hottest fall looks, and you’ll be inspired.

Are you ready to change your look and try a new haircut but you’re not sure what you want?

Celebrities, Instagram stars, and models can seemingly rock any style or color and look good. But some styles are more flattering (and attainable) than others. Finding a style that looks good on you and is still fashionable can be challenging.

Find inspiration with these hair cut ideas and styles perfect for any season. Keep reading to learn which cuts work for long and short hair and which style is best for you.

Blunt-Cut Bob

Ready to go short for the fall? The blunt cut is big this year leading to chic styles like the blunt bob. The bob is a go-to for many women because it flatters every face style.

Shorter styles also give damaged or over-processed hair new life and make your hair look healthy again. Recently, star Emilia Clarke cut off her long locks and rocked this shorter look.

Elegant Waves

Two of the biggest trends for this year are waves and curls. Gentle waves that cascade down your face look both elegant and feminine. Look to stars like Mila Kunis for inspiration if you want to try this look.

Another wavy hairstyle coming back this year? The finger wave. This style which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s has regained popularity in the last few years.

Sleek and Straight

Sleek and straight hair is still another fall-favorite. Straight bobs and lobs are the perfect lengths for turtlenecks, scarves, and fall sweaters.

Add shine and elegance to this style by straightening your hair and taming any unwanted frizz with some product. Tuck your hair behind your ears or pin it back for a youthful look.

Bardot Bangs

Popularized by pop culture star Brigitte Bardot, this look remains one of many trendy hairstyles that never go out of style.

If you’re tired of your current style and want to add some flair, bangs can transform your entire look. Bardot bangs never go out of style because they’re fun and flirty while still being professional.

Bronde

If you like your current length but you want to add visual interest, consider adding some color. One of the big styles this year is the “bronde” look which combines brown and blonde colors in a natural way.

If you can’t decide on light or dark hair then this style is for you. The warm and rich tones of this color combination are perfect for fall. And as a bonus, it’s also low-maintenance which means fewer trips to the salon.

If you’re looking for inspiration, check out the shadow roots trend. You’ll see all sorts of the latest hairstyles trying to invent a way to work the roots into the look. The shadow roots style allows your natural hair color to come through.

Caramel Highlights

Caramel highlights add warmth and dimension to your hair giving it that autumn sunlight vibe. Consider giving your hair an extra pop of color by adding highlights. This look also transitions well into the winter months and as your hair grows longer.

But what if you already have highlights but you feel you need to refresh your color? Demi-permanent hair color can lighten your blonde highlights and make your hair more vibrant.

Learn more about the difference between semi and demi hair colors so you and your stylist can achieve the look you want.

Wet and Wavy

Do you love that beachy hair look? If so, you’re in luck because wet and wavy hair is one of the hottest styles right now.

If you have long hair, ask for more layers for extra movement and volume. Opt for slightly damp and natural-looking waves. You can achieve this Instagram-worthy look with a curl diffuser.

The wet look works on both long and short hairstyles. With some hair gel to tame those flyaway strands, you can achieve a sleek and fashionable look.

Mid-Length

If you’re not ready for a bob or even a lob, mid-length hair is a good combination of functional and stylish. This classic style gives women a feminine look that’s easy to maintain and style.

As a bonus, you can pull mid-length hair up into a ponytail or bun when you hit the gym or don’t feel like styling your hair. If you want a more modern take on this look, avoid too many layers. Instead, add interest with some gentle waves by using a curling iron.

Mid-length and longer hairstyles look great with warm hats and headbands, making these cuts perfect for fall and winter. As a bonus, this style helps keep your neck warm.

Natural Curls

This is the time to let your full and curly hair shine because natural curls is one of the hottest fall hairstyles to try this year. Ask for external and internal layers to add shape and interest and reduce bulk.

Knowing which products to use is the key to mastering this look. Talk to your stylist and ask for suggestions for your hair type.

Shag Cut

The shag look is still big this year, bringing back those rocker vibes. This cut is artsy, lived-in, and casual. This style works on both long and short hair plus it’s low fuss and requires minimal styling to maintain.

So how do you get a shag cut? Ask your stylist for shattered layers for extra movement. 

Sometimes stylists use razors to give layers more movement and to remove the weighed-down look of heavy hair. You can even pair this style with long bangs.

Give These Hair Cut Ideas a Try for Yourself

Trends come and go, but some styles last through the years. These chic and feminine hair cut ideas add interest and transform your look.

These are just a few of the current hairstyles making an appearance on both the red carpet and the streets. The next time you head to the salon, don’t be afraid to try one of them for yourself.

Can’t get enough of the latest fashion news? Check out the rest of our website for even more articles and news about fashion, music, and culture.

Vaughn Lowery, hairstyles, 360 MAGAZINE

Let Your Layered Hair Express Your Impressive Sense Of Style

We live during the times when everything possible. This means that no matter your tastes and preferences you can opt for any cut that appeals to you. However, when doing that you need to keep the simple fact in mind even if you can get the cut, it does not mean that it is going to suit you. Sad but true, some cuts fit only chosen hair textures as well as face shapes.


This news may sound quite disappointing but wait until you hear about the popular as well as trendy layered hair! The truth is that layered cuts are almost unlimited, and this means that as long as you know what to look for, you will find the one for your hair type as well as face shape. There are dozens of variations and all the layers can be easily fitted to your personal needs. So let our journey into the world of layered haircuts for all ladies begin!

Fabulous Long Layered Hair

If you think that layers can’t look great on long hair you are mistaken! They can give your long mane that one of a kind look. As mentioned above, you need to consider your hair texture in the first place before asking for a layered cut. An experienced hairdresser knows that the best texture to spice up with layers is the thick hair. If your hair is thick and long it usually needs some additional movement and reduction of heaviness. That is when layering comes in more than useful. Besides, layered hair is less likely to look damaged due to split ends since they are simply eliminated.


Normal long hair can be upgraded with the help of subtle ones gathered in the back, while the medium layers go to the front to frame the face. Layers can add volume too, so if you have long hair you can benefit from the cut as well. However, it is best if you ask for blunt and piece-y layers instead.

Cute Short Layered Cuts

Layers are beneficial to short hair too. When short cuts grow out a little, it does not look as fancy and complementing as it used to. Add a few layers in the proper places, and things will change dramatically. What do we have in mind?


Soft layering in the front will help you accent your cheekbones which will create a necessary lifting effect which many long for. In times when you wish there were some more volume on the top, we suggest you opt for graduated layers in the back. This approach goes well for both fine as well as thick hair. Firstly, you will gain fullness on the crown. Secondly, the crown will not look as bushy. There is almost no cut that a bunch of layers wouldn’t be able to enhance!


Sassy and Sweet Medium Layers

It goes without saying that medium length styles are some of the most popular among today’s women. In fact, it’s low-maintenance and easier to preserve which is certainly advantageous.


One of the most universal layered cuts for all textures and faces is the layered bob. It complements many yet has a different look on every person. However, the layered bob isn’t the only layered cut for mid-length hair. They’re a ton out there and we will help you discover them!

Layered Hair for Every Hair Type

Has it occurred to you that layers fit all textures without exception. How is that possible? The answer is simple. The fact is that layers are involved in every cut at one point or another. However, it depends upon a good hairdresser to find suitable layers that fit your hair type most. For instance, straight hair should only be layered with a razor, while thick locks require some internal layers. At the same time subtle layers will boost volume in fine hair. Amazing, isn’t that?

Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair, JHAF, 360 MAGAZINE, Image Courtesy of Lucas Ayoub

Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair

Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair (JHFAF) closed its first edition on Sunday, September 15, 2019, with strong sales and high attendance. Over the four-day event, JHFAF reports about 2,000 visitors with $2 million in sales. JHFAF brought out some of Jackson Hole’s most prominent locals, as well as new visitors, all excited to see the museum-quality fair presented within Jackson Hole’s thriving arts community.

The fair presented 50 exhibitors who brought works that they felt matched the personal aesthetics of the Jackson Hole community. Works ranged in genre and price from world-renowned artists like Maynard Dixon, Ed Mell, Billy Schenck, Eanger Irving Couse, Thomas Hart Benton, Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, Ed Ruscha and Sam Francis. 

Fair Director Rick Friedman said, “Because JHFAF was the first international fine art fair in town, I think both collectors and exhibitors did not know what to expect. I’m so happy to report that all attendees I spoke to said it was far beyond their expectations. We heard the repeated comments, ‘loved it, fantastic, and terrific’ by fairgoers as they left the fair. We produced a multi-genre fair, with works within the Contemporary, Modern, Native American and Wildlife genres, with many of the early to mid 20th century pieces finding new homes. I see this as a breakthrough event that presented world-class and museum quality offerings across all of our showcased genres and I think the sales prove that. It was the wealthiest collectors as a percentage of the attendance of any of my fairs ever, over 10 years. ” 

Exhibitors reported strong sales with  Redfern Gallery, Nieto Fine Art, Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Montana Trails and Mongerson Gallery reporting mostly sold out booths. 

Throughout the weekend, guests were treated to special programs and events including artist Q&A’s with Barbara Van Cleve, Donald Martiny, Larry Pirnie and Sarah Winkler. During the fair, JHFAF also produced a silent auction, which raised money for its institutional partner, The National Museum of Wildlife Art. 

JHFAF presented several awards throughout the weekend including the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award to the late John Nieto and the 2019 Art Collectors of the Year Award to Anne Phillip, the 2019 Sculptor of the Year award to Bart Walter and the Contemporary Artist of the Year award to Paul Villinski. Quotes from Galleries:

Local dealer, Miriam Diehl of Diehl Gallery said, “It’s been incredibly exciting to see an art fair of this caliber in Jackson Hole. It’s been wonderful to have so many like-minded dealers and the camaraderie among them has been amazing and encouraging. It’s been tremendously successful for us and we look forward to the second edition.”

John Nieto Gallery who was awarded the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award for the late John Nieto said, “The visitors have been very quality. They know the work and the artist’s history. We’ve even had a lot of collectors who own Nieto’s work come by. There have been many great conversations about art.” 

Rey Redfern of Redfern Gallery said, “The show has been much more than I expected. I’ve met a lot of people and I’ve sold a lot of paintings. They’ve been paintings I’ve had tucked away for a long time, but they’re high quality and that’s why they sold.” 

Brenda Linscott from Endeavor Fine Art said, “We had a chance to bond with our space and develop a sampling of five of our artists who we’ve worked with for many years. It’s been so nice for us to see our artists in a visual conversation with other artists at the fair. To walk through the show and see what everyone else brought has been really incredible too. There really is room for everyone.” 

Thomas Paul of Thomas Paul Fine Art said, “JHFAF did a great job putting this  fair together with such an excellent variety of artists on display. It was so nice to see such a powerful exhibition of contemporary art  brought to Jackson Hole.” 

2019 Galleries: 917 Fine Arts (Miami Beach), Abend Gallery (Denver), Addison Rowe Fine Art (Santa Fe), NM Andrew Smith Gallery (Tucson), Bill Hester Fine Art (Santa Fe) Bonhams (LA, NYC, London), Calabi Gallery (Santa Rosa) Childs Gallery (Boston), Diehl Gallery (Jackson), The Directed Art Modern Gallery (Miami), Elizabeth Gordon Gallery (Santa Barbara), Endeavor Fine Art (Nashville), Faust II (Santa Fe, Scottsdale),Gail Severn Gallery (Ketchum), Gallery 1261 (Denver), Gary Snyder Fine Art (NYC, Bozeman),GF Contemporary (Santa Fe), Green River Stone Company (Logan), HG Contemporary Art (Flushing), ILIAD (New York), Imago Galleries (Palm Desert), J Klein Gallery (Scottsdale), James Compton Gallery (Santa Fe), K Contemporary (Denver), Kiechel Fine Art (Lincoln), L.A. Design (Missoula), Legend Nano Gallery (Carlsbad), Mai Wyn Fine Art (Denver), Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery (Tucson), Matthew Rowe Fine Art (Santa Fe), Maynard Dixon Museum (Tucson), Melissa Morgan Fine Art (Palm Desert) Mike Clark Fine Art (Billings), Nieto Fine Art (Rockwall), Patricia Qualls Contemporary Art (Carmel Valley), Peace Waters Collective (San Diego), Prescott Gallery & Sculpture Garden (Santa Fe), Redfern Gallery (Laguna Beach), Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., (New York), Seagrave Gallery (Santa Cruz), Steidel Contemporary (Lake Worth), Stevens Fine Art (Phoenix), Studio Greytak (Missoula),T.H. Brennen Fine Art (Scottsdale), Tayloe Piggott Gallery (Jackson), Thomas Paul Fine Art  (West Hollywood),Timothy Yarger Fine Art (Los Angeles), Waddell Gallery (Scottsdale), Walker Fine Art, LTD (New York), Wilde Meyer Gallery (Scottsdale), Woolff Gallery (London).2019 Sponsors: American Art Collector, artnet,​ Art Collector’s Athenaeum, Bonhams Auction House, Family Management Corporation, George B. Stroer Foundation, Grand Teton National Park,  Jackson Hole Community Radio, Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, Jackson Hole Public Art, Montanya Distillers, Mountain Living, 96.9 The Mountain KMTN Radio, The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Snow King Hotel, Teton Distillery, Wyoming Arts Council, Young’s Market  
Venue: Snow King Sports and Events Center (100 E Snow King Ave)

About Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair
The Jackson Hole Fine Art Fair is the latest addition to the luxury, regional fairs produced under the leadership of Fair Director, Rick Friedman. Other fairs produced by Friedman include: the Hamptons, Aspen, Houston, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Silicon Valley and Philadelphia. JHFAF is excited to contribute to Jackson Hole’s vibrant arts community. 2019 Sponsors: American Art Collector, artnet,​ Art Collector’s Athenaeum, Bonhams Auction House, Family Management Corporation, George B. Stroer Foundation, Grand Teton National Park,  Jackson Hole Community Radio, Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, Jackson Hole Public Art, Montanya Distillers, Mountain Living, 96.9 The Mountain KMTN Radio, The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Snow King Hotel, Teton Distillery, Wyoming Arts Council, Young’s Market 

Image Courtesy of Lucas Ayoub. 

360 MAGAZINE, Patrick T. Cooper

Vibrate at Your Highest Frequency: A Man’s Guide to Fall Style

By Patrick T. Cooper

Hello fall! We will definitely miss summer. However, there is something magical about the oncoming of layers, textures and the brisk welcome of an autumn breeze. From a health morning stretch at a phenomenal winery to a well-coiffed beard we have got you covered. While the kids may be returning to school, who says they are to be the only individuals gathering a new stride of style. Here is your cheat sheet to achieving excellence and sophistication. Manifest a lifestyle of  passion, perspective, and purpose. By all means, level up by utilizing our  man’s guide to  fall a style.

Affirmat

Live authentically and vibrate at your highest frequency with a highly stylized, jute and biodegradable Affirmat. Being on the move requires flexibility and this mat is designed to support your yoga and pilates journey leading you to clarity and elevating your consciousness. Yours actions will scream, “I am strong.”

Breitling Superocean Ironman Limited Edition

Let’s face it telling time is something that you can easily do from your smart phone. However, Breitling continually evolves in their artistic presentation of timepieces. Known for their aeronautical expertise in product design you will easily be the envy of your fellow jetsetters 

El Cielo Winery

A red wine perhaps? Considering we are passionate about the  coming of fall.  Keep warm and absorb the Mexican sunshine while wine tasting at El Cielo winery & resort. This family owned and operated resort is the manifestation of excellence and hardworking. 79 acres of vineyard will have you gasping upon arrival. Wine lovers beware El Cielo produces 15 unique grape varietals from Cabernet Franc to Grenache. The most phenomenal experience beyond the wine of course is  dining in the dark. El Cielo is a partner in an going collaborative to aid and insure the  blind become exceptional members in hospitality too. 

SheaMoisture

male g is an essential element to a well-dressed man. Gone are the days where men don’t get a fair share of grooming products to help us sparkle. Reduce razor bumps and skins irritation with the applications of SheaMoisture all-natural ingredients. A good shave and scrub is refreshing to help you conquer the world. More importantly, SheaMoisture is simplifying your beard regiment so that you can look great while greeting September style with effortless confidence. 

influencer Mariano Di Vaio , 360 Magazine, Dolce & Gabbana

K by DOLCE&GABBANA

K by DOLCE&GABBANA is a fragrance that inspires and captivates, blazing a trail of lingering masculine seduction. Instantly conjuring the Italian countryside and the Mediterranean midday sun, its warm enveloping embrace evokes the fresh earthy scent of wooded Tuscan hills. The sublime and majestic scent boldly creates a vibrant crescendo of citruses, ignited by fiery aromatics and underpinned by sophisticated and sensual woods. This scent was a collaboration between two renowned perfumers – Daphné Bugey and Nathalie Lorson – each bringing their own quality to the finished fragrance.  

The fragrance opens with zesty citruses that invigorate the senses: an energetic fusion of sparkling blood orange and pressed Sicilian lemon. Their effervescence is tinged with the fresh bite of juniper berry and warmed by amber accents of calming clary sage, blended with crisp geranium and restorative lavandin. These notes are ignited by an arresting spark of spicy pimento essence, an ingredient seldom used in perfumery, which adds a touch of heat, kindling the heart of the fragrance and amplifying its masculine energy. The scent then unfolds to a base of warm woods, sensual cedarwood merging with earthy vetiver, before yielding to the sweet spiciness of patchouli. Magnetic and unmistakably masculine, the scent both reflects and intensifies the innate charisma of a modern-day king.

Esqapes

On July 5th, Esqapes opened the world’s first virtual reality massage center. The Esqapes Immersive Relaxation Center, located at 5757 Wilshire Blvd, Suite M111, Los Angeles, CA 90036, is like a “mini-vacation” that anyone can enjoy during a lunch break or after a long day of work. Each Esqapes environment is designed to tantalize the senses and help guests shed the stresses of daily life.

By combining beautiful virtual reality environments, carefully curated fragrances and programmed, automated massages, Esqapes will transport guests to a state of relaxation unlike anything else.

Guests can choose from 10 different Esqapes: from a tropical Koi pond at an ocean front resort, to a luxurious cabin in a snow-covered wonderland, complete with a crackling fireplace.

“The goal of Esqapes is to provide guests with a unique way to relax and take a break from the routines, responsibilities and daily issues that can cause anxiety and stress. Esqapes is using VR in ways unlike any other company, which is to de-stress and help people relax. With a combination of proprietary software, and traditional wellness practices, Esqapes is offering the spa of the future, today,” says Micah Jackson, creator of Esqapes.

Esqapes  provides a novel method of immersing users into a virtual environment, while ushering them into a heightened state of relaxation. Using this system taps into the key senses that people use to evaluate their surroundings (sight, sound, smell, touch) which in turn helps them to relax and feel comfortable.

Micah has 20 years of expertise in innovative and interactive design. Some of his prior ventures include starting Angeles Vista Creative Ventures, LLC (AVCV) he worked for AOL, Yahoo, Disney. Three years ago, he resigned from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to pursue his newfound passion: virtual reality. Soon after, his first VR project ‘Where Angels Meet’ was chosen by Oculus/Facebook to receive funding as part of their prestigious Launchpad program. In 2018, he began to experiment with virtual reality experiences that transported viewers to beautiful places. This is how Esqapes was born.

As an African-American founder, it’s Micah’s mission to become a pioneer in the VR industry. With Esqapes, he can set this example. One of the founding principles is to maintain a diverse staff at every location and at all times. No location should be run by people of a single gender or a singular race. Guests should feel welcome at all times.

Guests can book at: https://www.myesqape.com/book

Valentino’s Latest Collaboration

Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino and Jun Takahashi of Undercover discuss how the reopening of the Valentino flagship store in Ginza, Japan brought the two designers together to create diverse and inclusive collections like never seen before.

 -Piccioli on collaborating with Takahashi: “The thing that interests me the most about collaborating with a designer like Jun is not the technical creative process in itself but the human exchange and, in our case, the cultural dialogue. That’s how you continuously learn and teach.”

-Takahashi on his inclusion of roses in the women’s collection: “Roses are beautiful, but they also have thorns. I am always attracted to this kind of duality, and this is at least why I chose them.”

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10 Tips to Make Yourself Look Attractive to Guys

Sequined embroidered babydoll? You don’t have to be a sexual tease to be more attractive to men. Here are 10 tips for boosting up your “it” factor when it comes to making sure the guy you have your eyes on has his eyes on you.

1. Have Fun

Debbie Downers aren’t fun to be around. People who are energetic and seem naturally happy, without faking it, are generally more attractive. My morning routine involves watching a 20-minute compilation of Jim Carrey’s funniest moments.

2. Variety

Routine builds discipline, which is crucial for staying ahead in life. However, when it comes to relationships (friendships or more), routines are the call of death. Invite spice into your life; if you are interesting, he will be interested in you.

3. Fitness

Burpees burns fat and tone your physique, making you look far more attractive. That said, what you eat plays just as an important role in your fitness as exercise. You don’t have to subscribe to any of the trendy diets rolling around out there, such as high carbs, no fat, no carbs, Keto, etc. Eat healthier – simple as that.

4. Money

How you treat your money shows people what your life values are. If you don’t make a lot of money, be upfront about it – and do not be a financial drain. (This advice applies to men, as well.) Nobody in the world is attracted to someone who continually spends other people’s money.

5. Your Voice

On average, a man who hears a woman with higher-pitched voices thinks she is younger and “more feminine.” With the exception of Scarlett Johansson, who has such a deep, husky voice that nobody can resist it. The same goes true for us: we’re drawn to men with lower-pitched voices.

6. Lingerie

When it comes to sexy women’s lingerie, there’s no denying that being risqué and revealing is attractive. What most women who wear these outfits don’t realise is: your comfort in the outfit amplifies your appeal. If you trust your man, and want to up your “it” factor, don’t be afraid of putting on something a little more… dangerous… than your everyday fashion.

7. Makeup

Most men aren’t interested in women who wear pounds of makeup on their face. Beauty products are made—despite what the fashion industry tells you—to enhance your natural beauty and highlight your prominent features.

8. Curves

Time has shown that men are drawn to women with curves. It’s a far cry from the times of old, when “toothpick-skinny” women dominated the world. If you have curves, don’t try to hide them. Embrace them.

9. Kindness

A friend of mine deliberated about proposing to his girlfriend. That changed one night when they went to the theatres to catch a movie. On their walk there, they passed by a homeless man. The girl went across the street to Subway, and 10 minutes later came out with a 12” BLT and large drink for the man. My friend saw (for himself) that her kindness made her special. He knew she was the one.

10. Your Authenticity

Weird is normal. Do you have odd quirks and eccentricities that got you teased and bullied in school? Embracing your individualism is what makes you most attractive – to anyone, regardless of gender.

Conclusion

These are not “rules” and shouldn’t be treated as such. What works for one person won’t work for someone else. It’s also crucial for you to remember to stay who you are as a woman: nobody in life is worth losing your sense of self.

Justin Roberts

Today, Justin Roberts drops his new single and video entitled, Way Too Much. It features Justin alongside of influencer Jordyn Woods as well as model Sofia Jamora. In the video, the trio plays life-sized dolls being assembled and packaged in a toy factory.

Fun Fact:

Justin is managed by Post Malone’s manager, Austin Rosen.