We found some new spy shots of a facelifted Audi A5 Cabriolet/Audi S5 Cabriolet mule. Have a look! Audi A5 Cabriolet, Audi S5 Cabriolet: Facelifted mule spotted! was originally published on The German Car Blog on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.
Rumor has it that the long-awaited VW Polo R will arrive together with the VW Polo WRC in 2013. VW Polo R: Most likely coming with Polo WRC in 2013 was originally published on The German Car Blog on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.
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The subtle sheen on this Snake-Effect Leather Shoulder Bag by Milly gives the casual bucket-bag styling a nice “resort glam” upgrade, with just a hint of bohemian energy. Features on this shimmery cutie include a single bamboo top handle (a bit of matte earthy contrast) plus a detachable textured-leather shoulder strap, drawstring closure with bamboo-embellished leather tassels, goldtone hardware, protective feet, and a designer-stamped hanging charm.
Praised as a “shocking demonstration of just how much improvement can be brought to an already near-perfect sports car,” the Ferrari 458 Italia has been selected by the Robb Report editors and a panel of guest judges as the luxury lifestyle authority’s 2011 Car of the Year. Revealed in Robb Report’s March issue, which hits newsstands on February 22, the award is presented to an automobile, formally introduced in the previous year, whose technical designs, styling, and performance position it as the world’s preeminent sports or luxury vehicle. Continue reading Ferrari 458 Italia “Car of the Year” at Robb Report Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos Ferrari 458 Italia “Car of the Year” at Robb Report originally appeared on Luxist on Thu, 17 Feb 2011 10:01:00 EST
Alexander McQueen’s Tan Booties ($1165) uniquely merges various trends to create a breathtakingly gorgeous pair of boots.
Crime buffs, take note: The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has just announced that several key landmarks in Tasmania, Australia have been added to the list of World Heritage Sites — all of them key to Australia’s convict history.