Photo: Zegna If you're the type of guy who just can't have enough pockets you should probably rethink what you need to carry on you on a daily basis, but if you must carry it all then Zegna's got one of the slickest solutions for your personal storage dilemma. Underneath Zegna's immaculate tailoring, the jacket hides several internal pockets for everything from your smartphone, your travel documents, your business cards, sunglasses, pens, and more.
Photo: Baxter If you've ever been to the Baxter Finley Barbershop in LA (if you haven't we highly recommend it) or have used one of their many pomades, you probably know by now that the company knows how to keep your hair in check.
Photo: Concepts American-made denim and one of the most iconic American sneakers ever created? You couldn't ask for a more natural fit and this limited edition pair of All Star Chuck '70s from Concepts is one high-top that is high atop our wishlist this season. The upper of the sneaker is made from a raw Cone Mill denim that features left hand twill in the left shoe and right twill in the right shoe.
Photo: Montblanc Montblanc isn't exactly known for their humidors, but looking at their Meisterstück Selection Sfumato Humidor it's a business they should definitely consider getting into.
Photo: Hard Graft This year's newest MacBook is the thinnest laptop the company has ever made and with its ever-shrinking form relying on a bag to carry your laptop and all its accessories is becoming less and less of an issue.
Photo: Nike See that little TW logo? That means this isn't your normal off the shelf Nike Vapor driver, this is the golf equivalent to wielding Thor's Mjolnir.
Photo: BMW From Warhol to Koons, BMW has worked with the who's who of the art world and this year marks a very special occasion of that program as the company celebrates 40 Years of their famed Art Cars.
Photo: Parabellum If your work surface is lacking in style, you might want to add some leather to it, just ask any discerning CEO...or the President.
Photos: Acquire When Chevrolet gathered the media to debut the sixth generation Camaro on Detroit's Bell Isle, the company brought together what amounts to almost 50 years of one of the most celebrated name plates in automotive history. The First Generation (1967-1969) The very first Camaro from 1967. Introduced on September 29th, 1966, Chevrolet introduced the world to an all-new muscle car, the four-seat Camaro.
Photo: Audi The R8 of the future might just do more than go fast on nothing but electric power. The company has debuted an all-new e-tron concept in Shanghai today that is further evolved and features their ongoing "piloted driving" developments that allow their cars to drive themselves. The "Piloted Driving" system uses a variety of technologies including a laser scanner, video cameras, ultrasonic sensors, and radar sensors to help aid the self-driving features. Of course, it's got some impressive power under all that carbon fiber reinforced polymer.
Photo: Private White V.C. A solid travel blazer is a must for any jet-setting gentleman. It's a piece that'll keep you looking your best through intercontinental flights and though we know a nice hoodie is incredibly comfortable during those long hours, it's in your best interest to look more like James Bond and less like the unabomber when traveling internationally (and domestically). Private White V.C.'s Combat Traveller Blazer is one jacket that will serve you well on any journey.
Photos: BMW Here's a bike you don't see everyday from BMW, a big, long touring bike, a first from BMW Motorrad.
Photos: BMW BMW is honoring one of the most celebrated cars in its history, the 3.0 CSL. Drawing from the CSL heritage, CSL standing for coupé, sport, lightweight, the Hommage model boasts lightweight construction and materials and is even 200 kg lighter than the original model. In the '70s the lightweight material of choice was aluminum and today the car's construction achieves those same characteristics with carbon fiber reinforced plastics that aren't just stronger, but lighter as well. As with the original, aerodynamics was also a big focus with a roof and rear spoiler combo and prominent wheel arches.
Photos: John Pangilinan The Quail, A Motorcycle Gathering presented by Tudor is not your typical motorcycle show.
Photo: Taylor Stitch (Model is wearing the Chambray Glacier Shirt, Stripe Camp Henley, and the Canvas Camp Shorts) Taylor Stitch and FairEnds are back at it for their annual spring collaboration and have created another great line of rugged, camp-inspired pieces.
Photos: Breitling The Breitling Superocean Chronograph M2000 Blacksteel is no simple diver's watch, this watch can reach a depth of 6600ft and is still fully operable and is the only chronograph that can operate at that depth.
Photos: Rapha It's no surprise Rapha has the cult-like following it has, the cycling label has successfully married its eye for fashion and its love for the sport of cycling with a line that definitely sets the bar for the category.
Photos: Keith Tio/DSPTCH DSPTCH's focus for their S/S '15 range revolves around lightweight options for your daily carry.
Photos: John Pangilinan Continuing with their partnership, Tudor has worked with Ducati to release a new line of Fastrider watches with this version matching the new Ducati Scrambler with three face color options in ‘62 Yellow, Ducati Red, and Wild Green.
Photo: Persol One of our favorite release from Persol last year was their Film Noir Editions, a collection of frames inspired by the moody, classic mysteries that were popular in the '40s and '50s.