Originally released in 1976, the Girard-Perregaux Casquette watch introduced to the world a futuristic LED display that offered a radical alternative to the prevalent analogue dial. It was a limited edition and popular with collectors, who nicknamed it the Casquette.
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it’s back with its nickname now being official. It’s even won a Wallpaper design award.
At a cost of over $4,000, the Casquette 2.0 is not the cheapest watch in the market, but a great deal more accessible than other watches of this type.
Morwenna Ferrier says, ‘If the world is falling apart, at some point you are probably going to see that reflected in what people wear.’
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The World Cup at its best.
Vinyl records have been on the resurgence for
a while now and a similar trend seems to be emerging for film photography.
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Using film motivates the photographers to be more thoughtful in photo composition and also gives them a sense of accomplishment – especially if the photographers do their own processing.
This bureau is loving the winners of the
Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards.
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