Plaid shirts are everywhere this season and the demand is quite high as well. This boyfriend inspired trend has returned and most designers have come up with bunches of designs for plaid shirts. However, you should be careful when dressing up in plaids because you will not want to look like an Italian restaurant table cloth or like a lumberjack heading off to cut down the forest.
Simply head to the Sandbox vending machine adjacent to the beach bar at Pompano Joe’s Seafood House, and you’ll find a selection of sunscreen, sunglasses, goggles, floats and other fun in the sun necessities.Designed as an alternative to the traditional hotel gift shop, the unique vending machine at this trendy New York City lodging, nicknamed Semi Automatic, contains a curated collection of designer items like Comme des Garons wallets, Nixon watches, and Ray Ban sunglasses. Got an extra $90,000? Splurge on its most expensive selection: the keys to a brand new Bentley Arnage T. Block out the noise with a pair of Beats by Dr.
The information about the Enterprise Edition’s Intel Atom chip also goes in line with what the Wall Street Journal reported last December. The new report claims Google Glass would be using a low power Intel Atom chip, which is said to be clocked slightly faster than the chipset inside the current top Android Wear models. The exact chipset model has not been mentioned..
Let’s bask in on the sunny side: WE’RE GOING AWAY FOR THE WEEKEND. Hence why I’m writing now. Lockdown in the city was lifted yesterday, but since contagion numbers are not going down here, despite the month long lockdown, we’ll probably go back to it soon.
Now Google is going all high fashion with its first collaborative line, “DVF Made for Glass” by designer Diane von Furstenburg. The aim is to make a geeky device cool through sleek frames, aviator style sunglasses, and a recognized designer’s stamp of approval. Will the ploy appeal to the high fashion crowds who have the funds to spend more than $1,500 on Glass, in hopes that trickle down trends will bring the device into mainstream?.
Where’s the justification for most of these businesses actually being worth 20 million dollars? I mean they’re awesome stories, but when you have $1 2 million in revenue and have to deal with physical products, you won’t exactly have millions in profits. So if you’re generating, say, $200K in profits, who exactly is going to give you a 100 P/E and pay you $20 million for that business?Why does Forbes need to go the bullshit “How This Kid Made $60M” route to rouse interest? Can’t it be awesome enough in itself that someone is making a very fine living selling labels or socks? Oh no, unless they’re worth eight digits, they’re not worth talking about. Sad..