ace & tate + droog

By on Jul 8, 2014

Young Amsterdam eyewear brand Ace & Tate are not your ordinary eye-wear brand. They look at their category and purposly shake thinks up. In line with their constant shake up, Ace & Tate have collaborated with design Studio Droog this summer.   Ace & Tate hosts a retail experience under the heading “Lets make a Spectacle” at Hôtel Droog. During this ‘Summer Residency,’ Ace & Tate is presented in a special setting designed by Studio Droog. This cooperation will take place from June 20th till September, and will host various events such as the “Supper Club” – “A Spectacle of Food ‘and’ Design Discussion – A Spectacular Conversation ‘.   “We approached Hôtel Droog for an intimate dinner at the ‘One and Only Bedroom’, but after the first meeting the project grew into a partnership...

Warsteiner Nightgolf Challenge

By on Jun 16, 2014

On a dark night in June a unique golf event was held in the Amsterdam Bos in the run-up to the KLM Open, which will be held from 11 to September 14. Warsteiner, “official sponsor of the KLM Open, organised the first ever Night Golf Challenge in Amsterdam. Warsteiner transformed the Amsterdam Bos into a specially designed ‘par-3′ golf course. LED lighting and striking glow-in-the-dark golf balls were guiding the us along the golf course in an crazy cool setting. As the sun set, the we set off at 23:00, to finish with the last ball finding the hole at 02:00. I played alongside various Dutch amateur and recreational golfers as well as Gerald Sibon (former footballer), Take Takema (former hockey player), Hidde van Warmerdam (presenter), Frist Barend, Barbara Barend and Richard Witschge (former footballer). It was a great night and a great way to start the countdown to the...

IWC opens Amsterdam boutique

By on Apr 28, 2014

Amsterdam, a city filled with masterpieces by Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Vermeer and many more. Added to this list is IWC‘s newest boutique located in the city’s most luxurious street: the P.C. Hooftstraat. “Selecting the P.C. Hooftstraat in Amsterdam as a location for our first IWC boutique in the Netherlands was a logical decision. There are a large number of leading luxury brands already established on this luxury shopping street. In addition, the nearby museums attract many tourists, who also make use of this culturally appealing area for shopping. With IWC’s strong position in the Dutch market, we are proud to open our first boutique at this prestigious address,” explains Robert Pennartz, Regional Director IWC Benelux & Scandinavia. It’s the perfect stop for your luxury diet. A nice bag for the miss at Vuitton or Hermes, stop by Oger for some bespoke tailoring with...

OutKast Reunited at Coachella Last Night and Here’s the Full Performance

By on Apr 14, 2014

OutKast performed this year at Coachella and marked the first time the duo hit the stage together since the release of 2006′s Idlewild. It was the first of their 40 scheduled festival performances and reminded us of how strong these two are together. Andre 3000 and Big Boi ran off their long list of hits, starting with B.O.B. and off to other memorable tracks like ATLiens and Rosa Parks. They even invited artists like Janelle Monae and Future to join them on stage. OutKast will play at Coachella one more time before hitting other festivals this summer including Governor’s Ball in New York City and the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware. The hour-and-a-half long performance can be seen in its entirety...

Urban Art Army Exhibition

By on Aug 19, 2013

Frank E Hollywood painted several army fashion items which he submitted to photographers from New York, Istanbul, Los Angeles, London and Amsterdam.  He worked with Wayta Patmo (New York), Begum Yetis (Istanbul), Taylor Kent (Los Angelos), Sya Groosman (London), Nathalie Hennis (Amsterdam) and Frank de Graaf (Amsterdam).Each photographer was asked to use an army item for their photoshoot and interpret it in their own recognizable style. The end result can be seen in FOUR by Azzurro in Amsterdam until August 25th  ,...

Batman & Superman in ‘Man of Steel’ Sequel

By on Jul 22, 2013

It is the comic-movie hype of the moment, director Zach Snyder announcing not only the sequel to Man of Steel at this year’s Comic-Con, but that Batman would share screen time with Superman. Snyder made the announcement by reading Bruce Wayne’s famed threat to Clark Kent in DC’s epic graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns leading fans to draw the correct conclusion that Batman would be appearing in the series’ next instalment. The film is due to be released in 2015 with Henry Cavill as Superman, but it is uncertain who will play...

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