Lego’s Replica of James Bond’s 1964 Aston Martin DB5

Including both a working ejector seat and also hidden machine guns, Lego’s 1,290-piece 1964 Aston Martin DB5 contains many surprises. The real-life car—driven by Sean Connery’s James Bond in “Goldfinger”—has curves that Lego couldn’t quite match, but every detail inside hits the mark. It’s an exciting replica, and when it goes on sale in August (for $150), there will be guaranteed demand. Read more at …

Mack Weldon Updates the Polo Shirt

The tailored but sporty Vesper features a micro-mesh fabric blend

The polo shirt can be a confusing staple piece to some. It’s a bit dressy and a bit casual. Its existence in that interspace has made it popular for over a century—as it was initially primarily attached to sports (polo, golf and tennis). While it may be easy to throw on and is ultimately comfortable, the collar nods toward something more than a regular T-shirt. …

James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 Up For Auction

Proceeds from the Christie's sale will benefit Médecins Sans Frontières and more

In the collectible world of filmic history, there’s nothing quite like the Aston Martin DB10. The 4.7-litre, V8 petrol engine with six-speed manual gearbox machine—developed exclusively for the James Bond “Spectre” film—is the rarest in the DB line to be offered up for private ownership. Its sleek carbon fiber exterior conceals an exquisite, detailed luxury interior. As far as automobiles go, there’s a resonant beauty …