Sam­sung SUHD TVS

Mulliner Col­lec­tion

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Sam­sung re­cently launched its lat­est line-up of SUHD TVS at a me­dia event held at the Burj Al Arab in Dubai.

Ac­cord­ing to the brand, the 2016 SUHD TVS of­fer un­par­al­leled pic­ture qual­ity, fea­tur­ing Quan­tum dot dis­play, the world’s first bezel-less curved de­sign and the smartest user in­ter­face to de­liver a state-of-the-art hub for home en­ter­tain­ment con­tent.

Quan­tum dots are nano-sized crys­tals made of semi­con­duc­tor ma­te­ri­als. With over 150 patents on the tech­nol­ogy, Sam­sung is cur­rently the only com­pany that pro­duces cad­mium-free quan­tum dot dis­plays. Giv­ing off pure col­ors, the tech­nol­ogy en­sures that pri­mary col­ors can be more clearly dis­tin­guished in com­par­i­son to con­ven­tional TVS. Each quan­tum dot shows pre­cise col­ors while the light from con­ven­tional dis­plays mixes with ad­ja­cent col­ors.

Re­gard­less of the light­ing en­vi­ron­ment, the SUHD TVS de­liver the op­ti­mum view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, with the 1,000 nit high dy­namic range (HDR) of­fer­ing an ex­tra­or­di­nary level of con­trast be­tween light and dark im­ages. The Ul­tra Black tech­nol­ogy also sig­nif­i­cantly re­duces light re­flec­tion, fur­ther en­hanc­ing pic­ture qual­ity with min­i­mal glare. In­spired by na­ture, Ul­tra Black ab­sorbs nat­u­ral light the same way that a moth’s eye en­ables it to see bet­ter at night.

Mulliner, Bent­ley’s be­spoke coach-build­ing di­vi­sion, has re­vealed its lat­est col­lec­tion of cre­ations across Bent­ley’s range of mod­els, show­cas­ing quin­tes­sen­tial Bri­tish crafts­man­ship and un­ri­valled, hand­crafted lux­ury. With these lat­est ad­di­tions to the Mulliner of­fer­ing, the Mid­dle East’s dis­cern­ing Bent­ley own­ers can ex­press their per­sonal flair in ever more ways.

With Hid­den De­lights, Mulliner’s at­ten­tion to de­tail serves to sur­prise and de­light. In­spired by the dar­ing lin­ings of be­spoke Sav­ile Row suits, Mulliner crafts­men and women adorn the in­te­rior com­part­ments of the Mul­sanne with in­tense, vivid colours.

For the ul­ti­mate pic­nic ex­pe­ri­ence, Mulliner has cre­ated a new and ex­clu­sive ham­per which is specif­i­cally de­signed for the world’s most lux­u­ri­ous SUV, the Ben­tayga. The Lin­ley Ham­per by Mulliner, cre­ated to­gether with renowned Bri­tish de­signer David Lin­ley, con­tains the finest ex­am­ples of cut­lery, crock­ery and glass­ware in the world. The Lin­ley Ham­per by Mulliner, com­posed of three handtrimmed ham­per units, each in­te­grated into the boot space of the Ben­tayga us­ing a so­phis­ti­cated tray mech­a­nism, is the first Mulliner op­tion avail­able for the new SUV.

Dubai-based op­er­a­tor du has an­nounced that its cus­tomers now have the op­por­tu­nity to pur­chase ex­trav­a­gant, Ital­ian-made Tonino Lam­borgh­ini smart­phones at se­lected stores through­out the UAE.

The Tonino Lam­borgh­ini TL 66 Antares will re­tail at AED 11,000 in black, rose gold and sil­ver. The Tonino Lam­borgh­ini 88 Tauri, which comes in black, gold and sil­ver will cost be­tween AED 22,000 and AED 23,000.

“We al­ways want to of­fer our val­ued cus­tomers the best of the best global prod­ucts. This ex­clu­sive range of lux­ury smart­phones is per­fect for our tech savvy cus­tomers who love the finer things in life,” said Fa­had Al Has­sawi, Chief Com­mer­cial Of­fi­cer, du. “These de­vices are the epit­ome of ex­clu­siv­ity, hand­crafted in Italy, there are only a lim­ited num­ber of them avail­able in our mar­ket to­day.”

Fo­cus­ing on de­sign, Tonino Lam­borgh­ini’s core busi­ness com­prises lux­ury watches, eye­wear, jew­ellery, leather goods and pens. The com­pany’s ven­ture into smart­phones caters to tech­savvy lux­ury con­sumers, with de­vices that are de­signed and as­sem­bled us­ing the finest ma­te­ri­als in­clud­ing calf skin leather and, in some cases, gen­uine gold-plate.

No. 9, the leather col­lec­tion in­spired by the façade of Paul Smith’s May­fair shop at No. 9, Albe­marle Street, Lon­don, has evolved with new styles and colours for au­tumn/win­ter 2016.

The shop fa­cade rein­ter­prets the de­sign lan­guage of the eigh­teen­th­cen­tury Ge­or­gian town­house be­neath. The re­peat­ing el­lip­ti­cal mo­tif of in­ter­lock­ing cir­cles, ren­dered in cast iron, nods to or­na­men­tal Re­gency forms, cre­at­ing a del­i­cate, mod­ernist pat­tern from a sub­ver­sively heavy­weight ma­te­rial.

The cast-iron frontage firmly lo­cates No. 9, Albe­marle Street within its May­fair sur­round­ings, mir­ror­ing the area’s char- La­coste has un­veiled a new line of trendy lace-up shoes, which the brand says will help Mid­dle East buy­ers sur­vive the sum­mer heat while look­ing good.

The La­coste Marice Lace-up shoes are in­spired by the Riviera style with nau­ti­cal in­flu­ences. The boat shoe is a con­tem­po­rary take on the clas­sic es­padrille with the iconic croc­o­dile print on the up­per.

De­signed in fine qual­ity can­vas with white soles, the laid back slip on will in­ject a state­ment style into any out­fit. Ac­cord­ing to the brand, all you need to do is pair the shoes up with a solid color T-shirt and denim shorts for the per­fect sum­mer look. G-shock and Hawai­ian-based board­sport and life­style brand In4­ma­tion have teamed up for a sev­enth in­stall­ment col­lab­o­ra­tion watch—the Mile­stones Time­piece or GAX100X-4A.

This lim­ited edi­tion watch of­fers a new de­sign that merges the in­her­ent tough­ness and tech­nol­ogy of G-SHOCK with a deep color aes­thetic that rep­re­sents the ac­tive is­land style.

Sym­bol­is­ing the long-stand­ing part­ner­ship be­tween G-shock and In4­ma­tion, the new Mile­stones Time­piece fea­tures sea-foam blue high­lights, a nod to the first G-shock and In4­ma­tion GLX watch col­lab­o­ra­tion. The deep orange color within the resin band com­ple­ments the sea-foam blue, and res­onates as a sym­bol of sta­tus, style, and con­fi­dence.

In line with the Hawai­ian cul­ture of surf­ing and other wa­ter­sports, the GAX100X4A fea­tures 200-me­tre wa­ter re­sis­tance, tide in­di­ca­tor and moon graph for track­ing the next big wave.

"Af­ter six col­lab­o­ra­tions with G-shock, the sev­enth Mile­stones Time­piece truly em­bod­ies the years of com­mit­ment and de­ter­mi­na­tion both brands have ded­i­cated to this suc­cess­ful part­ner­ship," said Jun Jo, Mar­ket­ing Di­rec­tor of In4­ma­tion. "We are proud to con­tinue this jour­ney and build upon our legacy with G-shock."

This lim­ited-edi­tion watch is out­fit­ted with rugged ca­pa­bil­i­ties in­clud­ing a shock­re­sis­tant struc­ture, and mag­netic re­sis­tance in a 51.2 mm case.

Mont­blanc has launched a new, lim­ited-edi­tion back­pack, which the com­pany says is de­signed as a fine leather com­pan­ion for city life.

Made of soft-to-the-touch black Ital­ian leather with a slightly waxy feel and so­phis­ti­cated matt ef­fect, the back­pack is equipped with a side com­part­ment for the stor­age of a lap­top, a ded­i­cated pocket for a phone with see-through holes for head­phones, a satel­lite sys­tem, and re­flec­tive bands. With a sim­ple and quick ad­just­ment, this piece can be trans­formed into a doc­u­ment case as its owner tran­si­tions from leisure to busi­ness and back through­out the day.

The new back­pack also comes in an­other lim­ited-edi­tion run fea­tur­ing storm cov­ers de­tail­ing the tran­sit maps of the ma­jor metropo­lis trans­port net­works in New York City, Seoul, Paris and Lon­don.

Tu­dor has an­nounced the Her­itage Black Bay 36 model, which re­tains the gen­eral lines of the Black Bay fam­ily of watches while re­duc­ing its pro­por­tions.

With its 36 mm di­am­e­ter, the steel case is par­tic­u­larly ver­sa­tile. It acts both as an in­tro­duc­tion to the Black Bay aes­thetic for slim­mer wrists and as a more for­mal op­tion while re­main­ing part of a fam­ily of es­sen­tially sporty watches.

Like other mod­els in the Black Bay fam­ily, Black Bay 36 fea­tures a dial in­spired by the Tu­dor divers' watches pro­duced dur­ing the 1950s. It bor­rows the char­ac­ter­is­tic an­gu­lar hands known to col­lec­tors as snowflake that ap­peared in the brand's 1969 cat­a­logue. A fixed smooth steel bezel and a shiny black pol­ished dial act as the fin­ish­ing touches to this sport chic Black Bay.

With a choice of a steel bracelet or a lightly dis­tressed beige-coloured leather strap with steel fold­ing clasp, each Her­itage Black Bay 36 is also sup­plied with an ad­di­tional strap in ur­ban cam­ou­flage fab­ric. Made in the Jacquard tech­nique ac­cord­ing to tra­di­tional meth­ods by a hun­dred-year-old fam­ily busi­ness from the St-eti­enne re­gion of France, this strap is a sig­na­ture fea­ture of Tu­dor’s Her­itage line.

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