Versace Jeans Leather Jacket

Supple lamb leather jacket with contrast mesh sleeves and back yoke, ribbed shawl collar, cuffs and hem.

Product Details:

  • Measurements: shoulder to hemline 28”, sleeve length 27”, taken from size 48 EU/S
  • Fit: Listed sizes are US unless noted otherwise; garment tags may reflect international sizing
  • Country of origin: Italy
  • Fabric: 100% Lamb Leather; Contrast: 100% Polyester
  • Lining: 65% Polyester/35% Cotton
  • International shipping available

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Non-CGI Films

There’s a reason a film is called a “moving picture.” Join WatchMojo.com as we count down its picks for the top 10 most beautiful non-CGI films.

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Animated Fantasy Short: Fol’Amor

A high-born lady and a young knight are frolicking in the forest when they come across Excalibur, which leads them to a silly game of seduction.

Production:
Augustin Clermont, Gilles Cortella, Marthe Delaporte, Clement De Ruyter, Maïlys Garcia, Gaspard Sumeire, Pierre Rütz.

Actors:
Vincent Demoury et Marie-Aline Roule

Pull&Bear AW 2014-15: The Film

The new Pull&Bear campaign video takes us to the highly evocative locations of Fårö, a Swedish island, where models Antonina Vasylchenko, Grace Van Gastel, Arthur Gosse and Malcolm Lindberg are protagonists of a non-linear visual narration with a surrealist tone.

Stop Motion Short: The Palace

The world is crumbling. Trapped and alone, high up in a dilapidated office building, a small boy must escape by any means if he is to survive. ‘The Palace’ is a film about loss, fear, survival and hope in a dark and foreboding world.

Co Written, Directed and Animation by John Eyre & Robin heap
Music Composed by Chris Roe
Foley & Sound Mix by Matthew Alani & Alex Outhwaite of Shifted-Sound

www.thepalacemovie.co.uk

First Sight: Sonia & Anita (Short Doc)

Blue Chalk traveled to India and documented the story of two sisters, both born blind, and followed them through the emotional process of receiving their surgeries and seeing for the first time.

Working with a top-tier creative team including photographer Brent Stirton, cinematographer Robert Wilson, editor Greg Snider, music composer Tyler Strickland and executive producer Rob Finch, Blue Chalk created a short-form video in several different formats to support its fundraising efforts as well as a library of high-quality still images that WonderWork can use in printed direct mail pieces.

Brent Stirton/Getty Images, Co-Director
Robert Wilson, Co-Director
Greg Snider, Editor
Tyler Strickland, Music Composer
Drew Jordan, Motion Graphics
Rob Finch, Executive Producer
Catherine Yrisarri, Producer

Created by Blue Chalk Media
bluechalk.com

The Mini Cooper Has Rockstar Status

There are certain cars that define a place and time. Cars that are so part of the culture that they helped to define it. The Mini is one of them. But why is that? Well, as Mr. Sumner Norman explains, it’s because the Mini was ubiquitous–everyone bought one, be it moms shopping for groceries or international recording stars like the Beatles who recognized its universal appeal. And just like Beetles (the VWs mind you, not the boys from Liverpool) and Ford Model Ts, people began modifying Minis for racing almost as soon as they hit the marketplace.

Sumner’s 1971 Morris Mini was not immune to this trend as it sports the Cooper’s 1275cc engine along with its disc brakes. But the Mini was never really about horsepower, it’s more about the handling and according to Sumner, the bends are where the Mini really comes alive for you courtesy of its rubber cone suspension. And raising your spirits is what the Mini is really all about.

In fact, if you’re ever feeling down all you need to do is jump in the Mini and go for a drive. Peoples’ response is just amazing according to Sumner, they cheer you on. Folks wave or flash the thumbs up or ask questions so often that it’s by the time you get home you’ll be in a better mood. Whether your day job is rockstar or not, a jaunt in the Mini turns you into one.

Drive Tastefully®

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Joan Rivers for W Magazine

"To be relevant, you have to be an outsider.” - Joan Rivers

The Queen of Comedy had a way with words—and accessories. And in W’s forthcoming October 2014 issue, we celebrate her Royal status in a portfolio shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Here she tells Lynn Hirschberg about her climb to the top.
(vía wmagazine)

Joan Rivers for W Magazine

"To be relevant, you have to be an outsider.” - Joan Rivers

The Queen of Comedy had a way with words—and accessories. And in W’s forthcoming October 2014 issue, we celebrate her Royal status in a portfolio shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Here she tells Lynn Hirschberg about her climb to the top.

(vía wmagazine)

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