Colombian designer Miguel Caballero has developed a range of clothing tagged “high-security fashion”, which incorporates an ultra-lightweight bullet-proof fabric that is virtually indistinguishable from regular designer clothing.
A $12,000 anti-ballistic polo shirt has been developed as part of his “Black Collection” line and is available now from Harrod’s of London.
The polo-shirt is able to resist bullet-fire ranging from a 9mm pistol to an Uzi submachine gun, which is really impressive.
Samsung Electronics and Giorgio Armani have partnered to release the first 46 – and 52-inch full HD TV Armani / PAVV TV in the Korean market.
Providing both Armani’s elegant design and Samsung’s cutting edge technology, the Armani/PAVV TV was first unveiled at I Saloni 2008, Milan international furniture show.
The Armani / TV PAVV supports DNIePro (Digital Natural Image engine +) chipset, WiseLink, InfoLink and 120Hz Auto Plus Motion technologies.
The luxury LCD TV will come in 46 inch for 6,990,000 Korean won ($7,000) and 52 inch for 8,690,000 Korean won ($8,750).
GIORGIO ARMANI is among the designers who will be launching limited edition watches to celebrate the opening of Heathrow’s Terminal 5 later this month. Designed exclusively for the launch, the designer is unveiling three new designs that will be sold at the terminal’s World Duty Free store.
The designs, which include an Emporio Armani Gentlemanâ€™s stainless steel watch and two Emporio Armani ladies watches, will sit alongside five new watches from Burberry Endurance and Michael Kors, as well as designsfrom Breil, Sekonda, Toy Watch and Casio G-shock.
The new collections unveil three of the most sought after cell phones in gold and platinum.
On offer are the Nokia 7900 Prism, Nokia 8800 Arte and the Samsung Armani P520, all available in 24 ct gold and platinum editions.
While Nokia 7900 costs $906, Nokia 8800 Arte costs $1812, almost double the cost of Nokia 7900 and Samsung Armani P520 retails for a starting price of $1208.
Source : bornrich
Babolat, one of the leading manufacturers of tennis products, announces the launch of the new EA7 Emporio Armani tennis racquet, marking the first time that Babolat has entered the world of sport fashion.
Babolat developed the exclusive new EA7 tennis racquet for Emporio Armani 7, the sports technology brand of Giorgio Armani. Branded the Emporio Armani by Babolat, the EA7 racquet is the perfect marriage of key technologies from Babolat, French specialist in tennis technologies and exceptional design from Emporio Armani, world famous Italian fashion designer.
These industry leaders have combined their know-how into this prestigious tennis racquet resulting in the perfect balance of fashion and performance. This is the first time Babolat has entered this luxury market.
The EA7 Emporio Armani tennis racquet by Babolat is now available exclusively at Emporio Armani shops.