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Introducing William Schwing: the First-Ever #LiveThem Award Winner
The first-ever #LiveThem Award—a unique initiative from Gear Patrol, COOL HUNTING and Rémy Martin®—has been fascinating to follow. The entries were countless and the passions wildly varied. The winner was difficult to pick, but ultimately we chose...
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Fit and Healthy by Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Benz can now enhance the wellbeing of its passengers through a coordinated stimulation of the senses in response to the driver’s state of mind. "Fit & Healthy,” which launches in the very near future, connects to a driver’s Mercedes Me...
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Steven Spazuk's Impressive Fire Art
In a truly romantic tale, artist Steven Spazuk says that the idea to paint using flames came to him in a dream. After his first attempt—which resulted in a page burnt to a crisp—he became obsessed with perfecting the technique. From there, he started...
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How $10,000 Will Help These People Further Their Talents
When we created the #LiveThem Award with our friends at Rémy Martin® and Gear Patrol we felt kicking off the year with a $10,000 award was a great way to help one of our readers further develop one of their talents, and today we are one step closer...
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"Short Journeys" Film Series
Directed by Dutch-born Sam de Jong, a new film series entitled "Short Journeys" includes four shorts that each focus on very human relationships—with the world around us, our loved ones, and ourselves. In a first for Cadillac, these films were produced...
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lululemon men: Kelly Serfoss
"I live in the pursuit of finding comfort in discomfort, which starts with having the right tools for the task at hand,” says photographer Kelly Serfoss, who when out in the field, relies effortless apparel to allow him to focus on the work before...
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lululemon men: Tobi Shinobi
Tobi Shonibare, better known by his social media moniker Tobi Shinobi, is obsessed with balance and symmetry. The self-taught architecture photographer’s Instagram account is an inspiring stream of mesmerizing spirals, echoed lines and kaleidoscopic...
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lululemon men: Robert King
Adventure photographer Robert King has only been shooting professionally for two years, but has spent a lifetime preparing for the role. Now based in Los Angeles, King spent his formative years in Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh before returning to...
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lululemon men: Photographer Josh Rubin
Our founder and editor-in-chief Josh Rubin is always imagining the perfect shot—even on a ship. Attending the recent Summit at Sea, he noticed a dude with a fierce beard and tattoos running on the ship's very small track in sleek and technical gear...
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Develop Your Talents with the Help of the First-Ever #LiveThem Award
Nobody is defined by just one thing—whether that's their job, hobby, hometown—we're all multi-faceted humans. But to pursue and successfully cultivating our full potential we need two things: motivation and resources. While we can't be your life coach...
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lululemon men: Photographer Ryan Plett
It takes substantial vision to capture fashion in an engaging way. An image must deliver more than a product on a person; it has to convey a look, an energy and an identity. NYC-based photographer Ryan Plett captures it all. The works of the portrait...
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Take Your Talents Further
It’s tempting to define someone by a single detail—a job, hobby or hometown. Yet we all know there’s more to us than any one label. Successfully cultivating our full potential as diverse individuals requires two critical elements: motivation and resources...
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lululemon Taps Deep Design Expertise to Create New Outerwear for Men
In the last year the number of men we’re seeing wearing lululemon has increased drastically. Known since its early days for making yoga clothes for women, the Vancouver-based brand added menswear in 2013, around the same time they broadened their athletic...
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Thom Browne + Woolmark Suits
Thom Browne wants people who wear his suits to feel one thing in particular: confident. The NYC-based designer has managed to make suits that incorporate business elegance and a hint of playfulness since founding his eponymous company back in 2003...
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The Madbury Club + Microsoft Surface Experiments
Founded in 2010, Brooklyn's Madbury Club is a self-proclaimed "functionally dysfunctional studio experiment" made up of designers, artists, photographers, videographers, carpenters and makers of all kinds. Essentially, dealing in innovation and creation...
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Music is a big part of traveling, whether it's obscure songs you hear in taxis or tuk-tuks, or the tunes you select for a personal journey. The team behind Arlo Skye, one of favorite luggage brands, shares our love for music and travel, as does LA...
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Lapsley: Operator (DJ Koze's Disco Edit)
If ever there was a modern-day disco anthem that makes listeners imagine what Studio 54 must have been like the night Bianca Jagger rode in on her white horse, then this is it. German DJ/producer Koze’s perfect and unabashedly disco remix of Lapsley...
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Sofi Tukker: Drinkee
This gem of a song, Sofi Tukker's "Drinkee" will forever be a reminder of summer '16. It oozes the season's vibes. The repetitious Portuguese chanting and the relentless groove makes this jam undeniable and completely hypnotic. Almost like a mantra...
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The Kills: Echo Home
The Kills paint aural dreamscapes that make you travel to lands you somehow know, but have never thought of. Their songs lead listeners on an emotional path through the fire-and-water romance of true thought—and the gorgeously sullen duet "Echo Home...
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Tkay Maidza: Tennies
"Tennies" is one of those bangers that grabs listeners from the very first listen and doesn't let go. Maidza's flow—a little reminiscent of M.I.A, Santigold and Rye Rye—is so effortless and the production from crossover producer Salva is the perfect...
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Freedom Fry: Smells Like Teen Spirit
On their Soundcloud page for this song the Los Angeles-based indie duo comment: "The fact that 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' can work with a disco and reggae influence is a testament to how great Kurt Cobain’s melodies were." Couldn’t have said it better...
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Give Somebody The World
If you've been following CH Global Spin; our editor-at-large Karen Day's travels as part of her Gap-year-style break from traditional work, you'd be aware that she has finally returned back to NYC. She traveled everywhere from Berlin to Beşiktaş, Seoul...
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Triarrows' New Affordable Mechanical Watches
After two highly successful Kickstarter campaigns raising over $100K together, affordable watch brand TRIARROWS has returned with another well-made timepiece that defies traditional wristwatch pricing. Their new automatic watch, known as The Mechanical...
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Take a Closer Look at These Instagrammers
We all spend hours trawling though Instagram and—between the memes and celebrity style feeds—there are some incredibly inspiring, creative and thoughtful people who are making the platform better. We're taking the opportunity to shine a little spotlight...
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CH Global Spin: Musical Instruments Museum, Brussels
by Karen Day Do you know what a serpent chandelier sounds like? Or, perhaps more importantly, did you know that a serpent chandelier is a tuba-esque wind instrument? It's surprising encounters like these that make exploring Brussels’ Musical Instruments...
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