Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition | British fashion house Paul Smith has linked up once again with German camera maker Leica for a second collaboration, electing the modern Leica CL as t

Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition

Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition

Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition

Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition

Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition

Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition
Paul Smith Joins Leica Again for a Second Collaborative Limited Edition
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British fashion house Paul Smith has linked up once again with German camera maker Leica for a second collaboration, electing the modern Leica CL as their canvas.

While the technical specs of the camera remain unchanged — a 24-megapixel sensor, 4K video recording capabilities, and a standard Elmarit-TL 18mm f/2.8 ASPH lens — its aesthetic design is very much Paul Smith. Painting the top panel of the camera in bright blue, the fashion brand included a playful etching of an eye atop the viewfinder. Near the bottom beneath the classic black leather body wrapping are three muted colored stripes — a classic pattern from the British designer. As a final touch, written on the back of the camera is the phrase "look and see," a tribute to Smith's famous quote: "many people look, but often they don't see."

For those interested, the Leica CL "Edition Paul Smith" — limited to 900 units — is now available over on Paul Smith's website, retailing for $3,995 USD.

Elsewhere in the world of Leicas, the brand has also released a limited edition M Monochrom in tribute to 150 years of Ernst Leitz.

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Marshall's Kilburn 2 Speaker Is Perfect for the Road

Marshall's Kilburn 2 Speaker Is Perfect for the Road

Little will question Marshall's pedigree in creating high-performing audio equipment, and now the brand has taken its expertise from the past six decades to create a truly portable Bluetooth speaker for the road.

Dubbed the Kilburn 2, Marshall's latest creation provides room-filling sound via two tweeters constructed from 8 Watt Class D amps along with a booming woofer using a 20 Watt Class D amp. As with the rest of its speakers and amplifiers, atop the box are volume, bass, and treble adjustment knobs so you can tune your music according to your preferences. Connection-wise, the Kilburn 2 is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX, allowing for high fidelity sound quality. It holds a battery life of more than 20 hours, and can even hold a play time of three hours from just a 20-minute charge. As a bonus for those out and about, the portable speaker is also IPX2 water resistant, and comes with a handy carry strap.

Available in both black or white, the Marshall Kilburn 2 portable Bluetooth speaker is now available over at the company's website for $300 USD. Head over to grab yours now.

For more things tech-related, the new 16-inch MacBook Pro has apparently reverted back to the scissor-switch keyboard of the older models.

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HFR Links up with Nike for Another Lion-Emblazoned Lebron 17

HFR Links up with Nike for Another Lion-Emblazoned Lebron 17

Following a zesty yellow collaborative LeBron 16 earlier this year, esteemed Harlem's Fashion Row has once again linked up with Nike for yet another silhouette from the basketball player's line, this time opting for the LeBron 17.

Giving the iconic model a premium makeover, HFR's take dresses the upper with a beige Knitposite material, with a matching-colored tongue and laces. Gradually moving down the lateral and onto the rear of the sneaker are gold and red accents, providing a welcome contrast with colors worthy of King James himself. Further down, a light beige midsole is complemented with a gold Swoosh logo alongside a Max Air unit, wrapped up by a translucent outsole. Tying the entire royal look together, however, is the 3D lion head on the tongue, replacing the usual embroidered version of the icon.

For those interested, the latest Harlem's Fashion Row x Nike LeBron 17 will be available over at Nike's online store and select retailers on December 7.

Elsewhere in footwear, Jordan Brand has dropped an Air Jordan 4 in a "What The" colorway.

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