08. 27. 13. 10:58 am ♥ 17

Ulysse Nardin Freak Phantom

No hands, no dial, not even a hint of a crown, this timepiece is pure movement, in all definitions of the term.

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05. 29. 13. 01:13 pm ♥ 2

Fujifilm X20: Taking the new wave of semi-pro compact cameras to a new level! 

05. 28. 13. 11:30 am ♥ 5
Bulgari Cocktail Limited Edition Collection featuring creole-cut turquoise and mother-of-pearl, topping it off with cabochon-cut tourmalines, rubellites and amethysts. High-res

Bulgari Cocktail Limited Edition Collection featuring creole-cut turquoise and mother-of-pearl, topping it off with cabochon-cut tourmalines, rubellites and amethysts.

04. 25. 13. 10:40 am ♥ 1
Kari Voultilainen 28 Sarasamon Timepiece High-res

Kari Voultilainen 28 Sarasamon Timepiece

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04. 23. 13. 11:39 am
Chopard Happy Sport 1993 & Happy Sport Square 1998 High-res

Chopard Happy Sport 1993 & Happy Sport Square 1998

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05. 29. 13. 01:19 pm

Have a rendezvous with Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Collection.

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05. 28. 13. 04:41 pm ♥ 9
A chat with Dylan Chong of Dylan and Son: http://cosmone.com/fashion/exclusives/singapore-bespoke-dylan-and-son High-res

A chat with Dylan Chong of Dylan and Son: http://cosmone.com/fashion/exclusives/singapore-bespoke-dylan-and-son

05. 27. 13. 11:54 pm ♥ 5
Before US President Kennedy ever stated lofty ambitions of travelling to the moon, Omega already had a quiet hit on their hands- the Seamaster.
Launched in 1948, the Seamasters were among the first known ‘rugged’ timepieces of the time. Supplied to British airmen at the time of World War II, Seamasters came to be known for their rugged reliability and superior water resistance courtesy of the infamous 72 water immersion tests under differing pressure and temperatures. Over the course of supplying the Royal Airforce, 26,000 Omegas were issued to pilots and crews with no complaints ever about performance or precision.
Wishing to capitalise on the success of the RAF issued wristwatches, Adolphe Vallat, then Omega’s Commercial Director wanted an automatic timepiece that was not only robust but sporty (by 40s standards). Rene Bannwart, Head of Creation Department at the time, rushed to show him hurried sketches that were in his words, “too large and inelegant.” Vallat disagreed, “They’re exactly what I need!”And the rest, as they say, was history.
The first 1948 Omega Seamaster was a civilian version where the crystal was held by a steel tension ring. The famed robustness and reliability was the result of a new standard in Swiss watchmaking- interchangeable components that simplified servicing.
Pictured here is a non-chronometer version 1951 Automatic Seamaster with “leaf-shaped” hands. They were water, shock and dust resistant and available in stainless steel for $85 or 14K gold for $145. Both featured steel casebacks with 18k gold applied figures and indices.

Before US President Kennedy ever stated lofty ambitions of travelling to the moon, Omega already had a quiet hit on their hands- the Seamaster.

Launched in 1948, the Seamasters were among the first known ‘rugged’ timepieces of the time. Supplied to British airmen at the time of World War II, Seamasters came to be known for their rugged reliability and superior water resistance courtesy of the infamous 72 water immersion tests under differing pressure and temperatures. Over the course of supplying the Royal Airforce, 26,000 Omegas were issued to pilots and crews with no complaints ever about performance or precision.

Wishing to capitalise on the success of the RAF issued wristwatches, Adolphe Vallat, then Omega’s Commercial Director wanted an automatic timepiece that was not only robust but sporty (by 40s standards). Rene Bannwart, Head of Creation Department at the time, rushed to show him hurried sketches that were in his words, “too large and inelegant.” Vallat disagreed, “They’re exactly what I need!”And the rest, as they say, was history.

The first 1948 Omega Seamaster was a civilian version where the crystal was held by a steel tension ring. The famed robustness and reliability was the result of a new standard in Swiss watchmaking- interchangeable components that simplified servicing.

Pictured here is a non-chronometer version 1951 Automatic Seamaster with “leaf-shaped” hands. They were water, shock and dust resistant and available in stainless steel for $85 or 14K gold for $145. Both featured steel casebacks with 18k gold applied figures and indices.

04. 25. 13. 10:36 am ♥ 1

55’ Rosemary Smoked Organic Egg

Cooked for a lengthy 55 minutes at exactly 64 degree celsius! Absolutely heavenly.

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04. 23. 13. 11:12 am ♥ 11

Wild Caught Langoustine & Avocado Cannelloni at Jaan, Swissotel Singapore

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