Life & Style

October 30, 2015

The Weekly Edit

10 things that turn us on from the worlds of art, style and design

  • Written by Amuse Team
  1. 1. Manshausen Island Eco Resort

    Perched on the icy-fringes of Manshausen Island, 200 kilometers north of the Norwegian Arctic Circle, isolated cabins--cocoons--have front row seats for the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun.

  2. 2. Supreme x Playboy

    Supreme is back with another Playboy collaboration, this time a smaller run of holiday essentials; sweatshirts, cotton hoodie and matching sweatpants all emblazoned with the iconic bunny monogram. This jiggy red leather puffa with faux fur trim is a touch diddy and perfect for autumn.

  3. 3. Sotheby's Rare Watch Auction

    An auction of rare watches, from the earliest days of watch design to now, will be held on 10 November. Featuring watches from the Swatch founders’ collection as well as watched from Rolex, Patek Phillipe and Bovet Fleurier. This yellow-gold Rolex from the mid 1950s is valued at £3,000-£4,300.

  4. 4. Arctic Stories at The Photographer's Gallery

    Young Russian photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva has created a series inspired by the solitary life of a meteorologist living on a peninsular in the north of her home country. Evgenia remained at his outpost for two weeks, photographing his day-to-day life, unique surrounding and the isolation of his existence.

  5. 5. Cynara by Bulbo

    Light your plants indoors with this nifty LED allows urban dwellers to grow a patch of their own. The lampshade merges with foliage so that plants get the nutrients they need from the light. From €119

  6. 6. Loewe Puzzle Bag

    This extra-large Loewe space-inspired puzzle bag is the perfect weekend accessory. From J.W Anderson's S/S 16 collection for the brand, the bag has a moc-croc purple spanish flap over and heavy metal hardwear. It's far out. Price upon request

  7. 7. Acne Reverse Shearling Coat

    Sunday marked the last day of summer. Acne Studios’ reverse shearling coat is the answer for dark nights and cold mornings as winter settles in. £2300

  8. 8. Woodland Menu at Mirror Room

    French chef Amandine Chaignot is one of the brightest young things to come out of gastronomy bigwig Alain Ducasse’s kitchen. Here, she’s prepared a complex and delicate menu featuring fresh and foraged woodland ingredients (think wild mushrooms, maple pecan desserts) to be served at the Mirror Room restaurant at the Rosewood London.

  9. 9. nasty dark market

    Califonian graffitti artist Nasty Neckface is launching an online flea market. Before the official launch next week, Dark Market is hosting a pop-up shop in L.A. selling limited edition tees, candles, pins and Dark Market signed and numbered prints.


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