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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Opens Doors

  • Najib Benouar

Revisiting Hamsterdam: Maxim recounts the oral history of The Wire on the ten year anniversary of it’s first season. Stringer Bell: still the man. [Maxim]

Art And The Zen Of Mustache Maintenance: Here’s a handy guide on how to trim your soup-strainer. [Art of Manliness]

A Million Dollars Isn’t Cool: If it weren’t for Twitter we’d never feel the joy of watching T. Boone Pickens serve Drake a large slice of humble pie. [Daily Intel]

Rocket Car: This isn’t just any Bentley Corniche--you can own Elton John’s Bentley Corniche. Here’s hoping he left a pair of sunglasses in the glovebox. [Driven]

On the Wing

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We’re no pilots, but we’re also not above a little light co-opting when the moment calls for it.

This hand-sewn pilot’s cap comes from Bentley with a design that’s straight from the 20’s. It might be a bit more costume-y than our usual objects of desire, and we’re not sure we’d drop $200 on something that’s almost impossible to wear outside of a cockpit.

But if you’re looking for something to wear to your pilots exam, this is it.

Bond's Bentley on the Block

  • Jared Paul Stern

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You can pick up a vintage Bentley that once belonged to Sean Connery, the greatest Bond of all, at Bonhams' auto auction as part of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiast's Club's annual rally this weekend for a relative pittance. The beautiful 1961 S2 saloon, finished in two-tone Tudor Grey / Shell Grey with a contrasting red leather interior, is estimated at only £12,000 - £15,000, or about $24,000 - $30,000, a fraction of what a new, less distinguished model *sans* pedigree will cost you.

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